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Most of our grips can be installed with air pressure, eliminating the need for tape, special adhesives or activators that can be harmful to the environment. And that makes them very easy to remove and reuse.
Note, however, that we strongly recommend using an air compressor that allows you to adjust the air pressure. If that’s not possible, confirm that your machine can operate at a pressure of no more than 0.25 kg/cm2. If the pressure is too strong, you might damage the grips.
Check the air pressure setting on your air compressor. For best results, a pressure of 0.15 kg/cm2 or less is recommended.
Attach the air gun to the butt end of the grip.
Align the grip tip with the end of the shaft.
While injecting air, slide the grip onto the shaft as far as possible.
Increase the air pressure to 0.25 kg/cm2.
Now, while continuing to inject air, push the grip all the way onto the shaft until it stops.
Double-check to make sure the grip is fully installed on the shaft.
Verify that the grip is aligned properly with the shaft and club head.
You are now good to go to the first tee. Enjoy!