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New Sharpro grips; having trouble getting them over the end of the club to slip on. Any suggestions? Thanks!

I've installed hundreds of grips, but I'm having trouble getting these on. I've used plenty of solvent, but the end of the grip with the hole seems a bit flimsy and I can't get it to slide in. Thank you!

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    Slappy White Mar 28, 2014

    Thank you Rian. I think the club is .600 and grip .580. I finally got them on! I'm adding this comment in case anyone else needs a helpful tip: I folded the end of the grip (as if rolling up a pant leg) and was able to finally get the grip to go on. When it was fully on the club, I simply unrolled the bottom (open end) of the grip. So happy, patiently waiting for better weather!!

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Hello,

You want to make sure the shaft your installing on is the same butt diameter as the grips. If the shafts bigger than the grips it is possible to stretch them on there however you risk tearing the grip.



Also you may not have just put it on far enough. Once you start sliding it on don\'t stop! If there is extra play at the end you can use a needle and inject solvent under the grip to loosen it up.

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Try boiling water and dropping them in for a few seconds to soften them up. Keep checking them for pliability and drop in again if needed.

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