Thread: Equipment: Extending a wooden shaft
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05-15-2013, 02:59 PM
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McDugan
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Originally Posted by LarryO View Post
If you have an old composite shaft you could use a piece of it as a butt end, and glue it onto the end of your stick after reshaping the wood to fit tightly in the piece of composite shaft. If you're a bit handy with tools, it's quite do-able.
it could be done, but there would be all sorts of issues. by re-shaping the butt end of the existing wood stick, you'd be severely weakening it by taking off the finish and any fiberglass reinforcement.
combine that with the fact that you'd have to have a good 3" tenon into the composite piece, and it would be hollow beyond that point, and you're liable to break the whole thing off pretty quickly. maybe taking some scrap wood to fill the composite piece would help a little, but really, i see no point in making all the necessary effort.

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