Installation Instructions

Fuse-Fit Irons & Wedges

Shafts

  • Standard tip trim

    OEM specifications

  • Shaft Preparation

    1. Abrade shaft tip 2”
    2. Clean abraded shaft tip (acetone recommended)
  • Adapter Preparation

    1. Abrade inside of Fuse-Fit Shaft Adapter
    2. Clean inside (cotton swab and acetone recommended)
  • Installation

    (bonding Fuse-Fit Shaft Adapter and shaft)

    1. Fit o-ring onto shaft tip (roll it up the shaft to allow room for the rest of install)
    2. Slip Fuse-Fit Nut onto shaft until it reaches o-ring (careful not to scratch shaft)
    3. Temporarily tape Fuse-Fit Nut in place
    4. Fully mix 2-part epoxy (golf club specific - other epoxies NOT recommended)
    5. Apply a thin layer of epoxy to the general install area of the shaft
    6. Carefully apply epoxy to the inside of Fuse-Fit Shaft Adaptor
    7. Apply shafting beads (if necessary)
    8. Install Shaft Adapter until top (flat end) reaches 2.125” up the shaft tip
    9. Rotate to desired position (Default: indicator line opposite of shaft logo)
    10. Wipe off excess epoxy (DO NOT leave epoxy in corners of Shaft Adapter)
    11. Allow epoxy to fully cure before handling again
    12. Remove masking tape and push o-ring and nut toward Shaft Adapter
  • Finishing

    1. Irons - butt trim to desired length (w/o head)
      1. Butt trim to 36.125” (w/o head) = 37.5” (total length w/ head)
      2. Convert length appropriately (e.g. 35.625” = 37”, etc.)
    2. Wedges - butt trim o desired length (w/o head)
      1. Butt trim to 33.25” (w/o head) = 35.25” (total length w/ head)
      2. Convert length appropriately (e.g. 33.75” = 35.75”, etc.)
    3. Affix head to shaft, then measure CPM (no grip; 5” clamp at 40 psi)
    4. Install grip to desired position (Default: align grip logo with shaft logo)
    5. Label shaft with length and CPM (Default: 0.5” below grip, align w/ logos)

Shafts

  • Standard tip trim

    OEM specifications

  • Shaft Preparation

    1. Abrade shaft tip 2”
    2. Clean abraded shaft tip (acetone recommended)
  • Adapter Preparation

    1. Abrade inside of Fuse-Fit Shaft Adapter
    2. Clean inside (cotton swab and acetone recommended)
  • Installation

    (bonding Fuse-Fit Shaft Adapter and shaft)

    1. Fit o-ring onto shaft tip (roll it up the shaft to allow room for the rest of install)
    2. Slip Fuse-Fit Nut onto shaft until it reaches o-ring (careful not to scratch shaft)
    3. Temporarily tape Fuse-Fit Nut in place
    4. Fully mix 2-part epoxy (golf club specific - other epoxies NOT recommended)
    5. Apply a thin layer of epoxy to the general install area of the shaft
    6. Carefully apply epoxy to the inside of Fuse-Fit Shaft Adaptor
    7. Apply shafting beads (if necessary)
    8. Install Shaft Adapter until top (flat end) reaches 2.125” up the shaft tip
    9. Rotate to desired position (Default: indicator line opposite of shaft logo)
    10. Wipe off excess epoxy (DO NOT leave epoxy in corners of Shaft Adapter)
    11. Allow epoxy to fully cure before handling again
    12. Remove masking tape and push o-ring and nut toward Shaft Adapter
  • Finishing

    1. Irons - butt trim to desired length (w/o head)
      1. Butt trim to 36.125” (w/o head) = 37.5” (total length w/ head)
      2. Convert length appropriately (e.g. 35.625” = 37”, etc.)
    2. Wedges - butt trim o desired length (w/o head)
      1. Butt trim to 33.25” (w/o head) = 35.25” (total length w/ head)
      2. Convert length appropriately (e.g. 33.75” = 35.75”, etc.)
    3. Affix head to shaft, then measure CPM (no grip; 5” clamp at 40 psi)
    4. Install grip to desired position (Default: align grip logo with shaft logo)
    5. Label shaft with length and CPM (Default: 0.5” below grip, align w/ logos)

Heads

Must reference previously built shaft w/ Fuse-Fit

  • Alteration

    Head weight with all Fuse-Fit components should equal OEM weight

    1. Record OEM weight of head (without ferrule - if applicable)
    2. Dry fit Fuse-Fit Hosel Adapter over hosel with size AA, A, B, or C
    3. Affix dry fitted head to shaft (previously built w/ Fuse-Fit)
    4. Measure total length
    5. Measure the difference of labeled shaft length to actual club length
    6. Cut the difference in length from the hosel (if possible)
    7. Drill to lower bore depth (if necessary)
    8. Record weight of head, Fuse-Fit Hosel Adapter, and Fuse-Fit Shaft Adapter Kit
    9. Add or relieve weight (if possible) to match original OEM weight
  • Installation

    Bonding Fuse-Fit Hosel Adapter and hosel

    1. Abrade outside of hosel
    2. Abrade inside of Fuse-Fit Hosel Adapter (until black is removed from inside)
    3. Clean all abraded surfaces (acetone recommended)
    4. Fully mix 2-part epoxy (golf club specific - other epoxies NOT recommended)
    5. Apply epoxy to abraded portion of hosel and inside of Hosel Adapter
    6. Place Fuse-Fit Hosel Adapter over hosel
    7. Align indicator line on Fuse-Fit Hosel Adapter parallel to club face
    8. Wipe excess exterior epoxy (NO NOT LEAVE EPOXY ON THREADINGS)
    9. Allow epoxy to fully cure before handling again
    10. Use a .370 reamer bit to clear excess epoxy and material from inside hosel
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Heads

Must reference previously built shaft w/ Fuse-Fit

  • Alteration

    Head weight with all Fuse-Fit components should equal OEM weight

    1. Record OEM weight of head (without ferrule - if applicable)
    2. Dry fit Fuse-Fit Hosel Adapter over hosel with size AA, A, B, or C
    3. Affix dry fitted head to shaft (previously built w/ Fuse-Fit)
    4. Measure total length
    5. Measure the difference of labeled shaft length to actual club length
    6. Cut the difference in length from the hosel (if possible)
    7. Drill to lower bore depth (if necessary)
    8. Record weight of head, Fuse-Fit Hosel Adapter, and Fuse-Fit Shaft Adapter Kit
    9. Add or relieve weight (if possible) to match original OEM weight
  • Installation

    Bonding Fuse-Fit Hosel Adapter and hosel

    1. Abrade outside of hosel
    2. Abrade inside of Fuse-Fit Hosel Adapter (until black is removed from inside)
    3. Clean all abraded surfaces (acetone recommended)
    4. Fully mix 2-part epoxy (golf club specific - other epoxies NOT recommended)
    5. Apply epoxy to abraded portion of hosel and inside of Hosel Adapter
    6. Place Fuse-Fit Hosel Adapter over hosel
    7. Align indicator line on Fuse-Fit Hosel Adapter parallel to club face
    8. Wipe excess exterior epoxy (NO NOT LEAVE EPOXY ON THREADINGS)
    9. Allow epoxy to fully cure before handling again
    10. Use a .370 reamer bit to clear excess epoxy and material from inside hosel
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