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I have two Taylor drivers - one with a broken head and one with a broken shaft - can the shaft of one be used on the other to give one club that can be used?

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    Randy McLarry Aug 14, 2010

    so you have a shaft that isnt broken with the club head still attached to it that is broken?



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Are you willing to sell the package? I'm interested in picking up an r7 and I like doing that sort of work myself. It goes towards my credits. Give me a call if interested. Even if you still have the broken head I'd be interested in talking to you.

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