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When I hit my driver today, I heard a rattling on the inside of the club head. So doc, How bad is it

Time:2012-09-24 03:07Turbochargers information Click:

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though it might drive you crazy hearing it. I think the glue comments are the correct answer. Bought an Adams 460 adjustable head. First day it developed a rattle. Called GolfSmith. They said send it back and they would fix it. I asked how they would fix it. Unlike the other answers, if not, your turbo might be terminally ill... I think that you may have broke it on the lower shaft. Look for a tiny crack down there. The head usually will not break. Not too bad but still enough to piss a guy off.. To much glue. Its just a piece of glue that broke off and went into the head of the club. It wont change the way the club performs, It is a 460 cc club head, no they would not take the shaft off. They would drill a small hole into the head and inject another type of glue. Then they would shake the head until the thing creating the rattle got caught by the new glue and became glued to the head. Heard that is a very common repair method for rattles. Me? I took the weight screws out and shook the thing until the offending item fell out. It was excess shafting glue. ,。

turbo power, nike sasquatch knockoff. Usually it will be something simple such as a piece of glue that has fallen off inside the clubhead. Your local pro shop can heat the shaft to remove it and check it out. It may cost $5-10 though.Source(s):I am the golf editor for Affluent Magazine looks like your perimeter weighting is now variable...see your local golf custom/repair shop to see if an operation is called for。

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