Hi folks. I'm refinishing some Maruman woods to play with. The 5 wood has what seems to be a crack in the head behind the face plate. The varnish was broken over the crack before I removed it so it looks like there was movement there at some time. I've attached a picture. My current plan is to drill out the area around the crack and fill with liquid epoxy. I'd appreciate your views on this approach.
This is the latest Dave Wood restored driver that has just been completed. Here are before pictures of the 945W EOM I sent to Dave. This driver was a reclamation project to say the least but there was some potential there, which is why I bought the set. The fairway woods, especially the 3 and 4, are horrible as literally small chunks of wood is missing in spots. The driver held some promise and the shafts of the 2-4 were pristine. The price for the set was under $100 so I figured what the heck. Here are pictures of the before restoration of the driver affectionately named by Dave as Bam-Bam.
Work in progress pictures:
Final restoration pictures with incredible EDO period inspired finish:
Greetings...I have my father’s MacGregor Colorkrom Tourney M80 irons and Eye-o-Matic Tourney M80 woods. I’m in the process of cleaning them and noticed that the DS Wedge is missing it’s end cap. My question is: how difficult would it be to replace it with the end cap of another identical wedge with the identical grip, and what would that involve? Thanks!