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Aldila RIP Alpha 70 Max 80% OFF Stiff Shaft Titleist 915 913 + Max 77% OFF Driver 917

Aldila RIP Alpha 70 Stiff Shaft + Titleist 913/915 / 917 Driver

$124

Aldila RIP Alpha 70 Stiff Shaft + Titleist 913/915 / 917 Driver

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Product description

Custom assembled graphite shaft, with grip, installed with Titleist's 910 / 913 / 915 adapter. This is a replacement shaft designed to fit Titleist's 910 Drivers or 910F Fairway, 913 Drivers, and 915 Drivers. It's ready to go right out of the box! The shaft is cut to precisely the manufacturer's standard length, but we will be happy to accommodate special requests and custom specs. Simply add a note to your order when you checkout. If you're needing the 913F or 915F fairway wood adapter, please let us know. The wrench is not included. Allow one additional business day for shipment to leave our warehouse; this item is built to order. The R.I.P. (Reverse Interlaminar Placement) employs patent-pending technology and exclusive materials to completely transform the shaft from the inside out. The R.I.P. Technology repositions the materials and shaft design patterns to maximize the flexural and torsional performance characteristics of the carbon fiber. The R.I.P. Alpha version (skull with red eyes) features a stiffer tip for low launching shots.

Aldila RIP Alpha 70 Stiff Shaft + Titleist 913/915 / 917 Driver


 
 

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