1. Secure club in vise approximately 6 inches from the end of the grip and align clubhead. Tighten with slight pressure.
2. Cut-off old grip with a utility knife, using care not to cut into the surface of a graphite shaft. Remove remaining adhesive or tape by peeling or scraping surface carefully. Wipe shaft clean with a solvent.
3. Apply double-sided grip tape leaving 3/8" overhang at the butt end of the shaft. Remove the backing from the tape and smooth out carefully to avoid leaving wrinkles. Use tape overhang to plug open butt end of shaft.
4. Place paint pan under taped area. Saturate taped surface with a solvent
5. With index finger covering the hole in the grip cap, apply a generous amount of solvent inside the mouth of the grip. Pinch open the end of the grip and shake to evenly distribute solvent.
6. Pour excess solvent from grip over entire taped surface.
7. Align grip design with clubface. With the grip tilted slightly, quickly push it over the end of the shaft. Grasp firmly with both hands and push forward until grip end cap is fully secure against shaft butt.
8. Remove club from vise and make final alignment adjustments.
9. After installation is complete, wipe away excess adhesive and solvent with solvent moistened paper towel. Allow grip to set-up for 24 hours before using.
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Last Updated: Mar 5, 2011 7:35:39 AM