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AC L

I wanted to know if there was a way to use the shafts I was using for my 910 Hybrids and use them for my 913.  I found a 913 adapter and the club fitter could not make it work.  Are the 913 now .370 rather than .355?

 

Trying to figure out if I have to trash or sell these old shafts because they were pretty expensive.

 

THanks!

 

Aaron

2 Replies

  1. mark w

    The hybrid/wood shaft connectors are different for the 913.  Driver connectors are the same I think.

  2. David Browning

    AC L

    I wanted to know if there was a way to use the shafts I was using for my 910 Hybrids and use them for my 913.  I found a 913 adapter and the club fitter could not make it work.  Are the 913 now .370 rather than .355?

     

    Trying to figure out if I have to trash or sell these old shafts because they were pretty expensive.

     

    THanks!

     

    Aaron

    Both the 910H and 913H/HD use .370 adapters. If you have another size adapter, it came from either a fairway wood or driver (.335). 

    I'm not sure if they're still doing it, but, Titleist was allowing customers with 910 F/H shafts WITH the OEM Sure-Fit adapter still on it, to be sent in to have the 913 adapter's installed. I believe that the cost to have Titleist change adapters was $45. You'll have to get a hold of Titleist and see. 

    However, if you had a club maker mess around with your 910 shafts/adapters, that would void the warranty and I believe that Titleist wouldn't accept them. 

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