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preventive maintenace

mark t

Just wondering if there is any set procedure on when to clean/dry the weights in the 917s. Do we just let it go after cleaning (not soaking the head underwater). Just scrubbing with plastic brush after a round or use right now. Wiping it dry with a soft cloth.

There will be some moisture I think. Little WD-40 inside and at the hosel?

What do you all do???

5 Replies

  1. Chuck Z

    I let it go after cleaning. I never remove the weights unless necessary (making a change).
  2. 19hole

    I have never worried about the weights on mine and have yet to see any problems develop.
  3. Don O

    Tightened to the correct torque should prevent moisture from leaking in. Short of soaking the head under water. I had occasion last evening to adjust the weight on a D2, It's been over a year since it was opened and the weight was clean and dry. I use a wet cloth after almost every round.
  4. Kirk E

    I agree with the others. I have never had a problem with mine. I also wipe and scrub it clean after every round.
  5. Jeff L

    No issues leaving the weights in. Now, if I've played on a very wet course as happens sometimes in Houston after a torrential downpour, I'll take the weights out because of a "fear" (rational or not) that some water may seep in through the threads. Never hurts to be careful.

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