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Looking for Fujikura Fit-On M Gold R-Flex & S-Flex Shafts

Fujikura Fit-On M Gold shaft

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#1 GrahamGolfPro

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 04:02 AM

Hello everyone.

I wonder if anyone, especially you club fitting specialists out there, can tell me where I can find some "old" (as in 2009/2010) Fujikura Fit-On M Gold shafts for a 3-wood and 5-wood? They were originally fitted into the 2009 Cleveland Launcher range and the XL Bore range in 2009-2010.

Not sure what flex would best suite me, hence the experiment, so would like to try both stiff and regular flex. All the club fitters I have contacted in the London area don't have them so I can't do a fitting for them. My driver speed is 95-97 mph so normally I am right on the border of flexes and generally opt for the softer shaft.

I love the shafts, used them before and still have one fitted into my 2011 Callaway 2-hybrid. I want to fit them into my Callaway Diablo Tour 3 wood and Diablo Octane Tour 5 wood.


Any ideas, any stock out there?


Thanks,
Graham


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Posted 27 February 2013 - 05:19 AM

EBay .... You might have to buy the whole club to get this shaft. I have bought a few in stiff myself to use later.... finding those on Ebay took months, obviously not looking everyday.

I can tell you with 93/95 SS with driver Regular flex is not a real option.  They play about a full flex softer than labeled.  

If you want a "suitable" replacement these shafts are light (60grams...ish) with VERY soft tip. HIGH spin and HIGH launch. Look at regular flex if it is true aftermarket shaft. Good luck

Ps... I got mine from 2009 Cleveland Launch. FWYS

Edited by LansingMI, 27 February 2013 - 05:21 AM.

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 06:10 AM

Hey, what a great idea to shop around on Ebay and other used equipment sites. Why didn't I think of that!?!?

I actually like the regular flex in my 2 hybrid but as you say, it is pretty soft and if I give the swing some welly, it does come out high with a strong draw. Maybe I'll try stiff flex first but buy what I can.

Thanks for the great idea.




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