Re-shafting

anyone know what year these were made in? I just found them in a second hand store, I am going to refinish, install new shafts, grips etc. what shaft dia and tip style? can anyone help? it looks like they have a pin through the hosel, whats best practice here, drill out shaft and pin? thanks 

They are proabably one of the original Tour model irons with the old Acushnet logo.  Most all our irons use .355 taper tipped shafts. 

Thanks for the response!

I am aware of the .355 tapper tip for most / all of Titleist clubs, obviously these are not .355. They have an aluminum shaft that is close to .400 in dia. Anyway to find out for sure? Any technical drawing you could reference? Do you know the year?

Thanks for any and all information you can share! 

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Christopher

On Jun 9, 2014, at 4:19 PM, "Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge" <bounce-cathid1@acushnetgolf.com> wrote:

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Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge replied to Re: Re-shafting in Golf Clubs.

They are proabably one of the original Tour model irons with the old Acushnet logo.  Most all our irons use .355 taper tipped shafts. 

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They look like some of the Finalist Forged irons produced in the early 70s with Acushnet stamped on them but yours have Titleist on them instead of Finalist. This leads me to believe that they were probably made around 76 when they were in the process of changing the body style a bit. Your irons have the straight lined back on them like the 75 models but they have the stampings of the 77 model Tour irons. Not sure what the deal is with that.

We have people here from 25+ years and no one can identify it and unfortunately, we don't have any specs on it.