I’m looking for a .359 reamer like the ones that Golfworks sells. Britt? Anyone?
For what it’s worth, I found some drill bits on Home Depot online that might do the trick. 23/64 = 0.359375. I just searched under 23/64 metal drill bits. Hope this helps! Michael
Just curious why you want a .359. Not a “stock” size and he ones we have are made for us and most common diameters used in clubs. I will research to see if I can find.
I am a new Miura dealer, and it appears that their .355T bores come, needing to be reamed. I’ve talked to an 8 year veteran of Miura iron building, and he says he has used the .359, and found it to be perfect. It could very well be a shaft tip diameter issue with certain shafts. I’d try the Golfworks .355 reamer I have first, before moving on to the .359. On this build I’m working on, I’m using the new Project X steel LZ shaft. Do some shafts require extra abrading, to deal with a heavy chrome plating? The combination of reaming with the .355 reamer, and a typical adrading, doesn’t do it, by a long shot.
Any luck Britt?