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Golfsmith Deluxe Mr T Ferrule Installer

 

 
 
 
 

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The latest Mr.T Ferrule Tool design


Features a durable aluminum sleeve with a hard ABS plastic handle. The ergonomic, T-shaped handle also features finger molds underneath the handle for a more comfortable grip when installing ferrules. To install ferrule, place the butt end of the shaft on the floor and drive the ferrule on by hand; it will stop one inch from the tip. Then use the hosel of the clubhead to drive the ferrule down the shaft tip penetration depth.


- Works on all conventional iron and wood shaft tips (.335" to .370") including tapered iron shafts.


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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Yes, you actually do need this to make clubs If you are just getting into club making and are deciding what you do and do not need, don't skip over this tool! You may be thinking to yourself that you can just use the club head to knock the ferrule down, but why risk damaging your head or having the ferrule get stuck halfway down while assembling. It is a fair price for something that you will be using often. June 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good for the hobbiest I found that this tool worked well, especially on stubborn ferrules. On at least one club, I would have never gotten the ferrule on the shaft without this tool...very tight fit! I agree with other reviewers who wished there was a centering pin to help guide the tool. Still, for the money it is a useful tool for those of us who reshaft just a handful of clubs each year. April 19, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by mr t ferrule installer It damages the ferrule if you are not extra careful. It needs a pin in the center to guide the shaft into place. September 6, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Damaged My Ferrule Perhaps this review is better for the Snake Eyes Iron Ferrules which are dreadfully difficult to install. The folks at the local store recommended this ferrule installer to make the task a little easier, after telling me, "yeah the SE ferrules are very tight". It looks like a well made tool and appears to protect the ferrule during installation. With my first try it bent the edge of the ferrule and I had to cut it off. I rated this product "fair" just because it probably works better with other less finiky ferrules. However, I was very disappointed to lose my last spare ferrule. For the other clubs I used my thumb to get it started, a rubber mallet to set it in place and the club head to position the depth. The only thing I found that helped was to abrade the tip of the shaft (for me, a TT DG SL iron shaft) to just below the top of the ferrule and use a file and sandpaper on the inside top of the ferrule before installation to remove enough material to get it to slide. October 24, 2009
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