Happy holiday, dear friends)))
About 5 years ago, when I was still a young and ardent student, I visited Pindos (most of us know this country as the USA) according to the Work & Trouble program. So it was called by the majority of students who were lucky enough to visit the states in 2010 with me. The reason for this was terrible unemployment, a public debt crisis, etc. All this affected the ability of the American population to spend on vacation and job shortages for the flow of students from all over the world. The lion's share of students that year was left without work, someone left back, and someone remained as a "Russo tourist". I myself worked for half a day, leaving no attempts to find a second job, but fate))) All my free time I spent either on the beach, riding a board, or traveling on foot / bike / bus. Why am I? And, to the fact that from that trip I brought a lot of all sorts of American stuff and chips. One of the bottoms was a package with real golf balls (amers pamper mini-golf)
And for almost 5 years, these balls have been idle until today. Today I pereklinilo, and I decided to change the automatic transmission handle for the third time.
At first I had a full-time pen without skin
Then I ordered the American American Musclecar pen in China.
I liked to hold my hand on it while moving, but in the cold it was impossible to touch it.
Then I returned the stock, after repainting the gray plastic in a black mat.
Today, my soul again wanted to experiment and I, having drilled a technological hole, put a golf ball instead of a stock handle.
Golf Stick Replacement
If there are marks on the handle, they usually point to the club head. On the vice there are soft pads that protect the club blade from damage. Use the solvent for the stick in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
Fasten the club in a vise. Cut the old handle with a cutting wheel number 426. Be careful not to cut the working blade of the club.
Remove residual old tape with solvent. Then wrap the double-sided tape up the handle with a spiral, starting about 15 mm higher from the lower end of the handle.
After removing the remnants of the tape from the club blade, hold the handle with your finger covering the hole at the opposite end. Pour the solvent into the handle and shake it so that the liquid is well distributed on the inner walls.
Pour the remaining solvent onto the handle blade, make sure that the tape is damp throughout. Quickly install the new handle on the web on which the tape is wound, push it all the way.