Heads are usually universal. You may have to drill a new hole in the shaft though.
Stx lacrosse heads DO fit on brine shafts.
Yes. In fact, any head can go on any shaft.
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All maverick shafts and all stx shafts except the bad ones like the alloy n it does fit on brine shafts but u will probably need to drill a new hole. Hope that helped.
no... why would you think that?
Easton lacrosse shafts only have prototypes out so far so you cant get them yet unless your on some teams
Almost all lacrosse heads are compatible with other shafts, so that you can mix and match them.
Drive shafts, PTO shafts, Steering shafts, Axle shafts,
Crank shafts make the ball lower a different center of gravity, it sits lower in the pocket. People say it easier to craddle and throwing is smoother
yes in some
Lacrosse shafts used to be made out of wood, but are now made out of many materials
Drive shafts & axle shafts
the brine clutch head will fit on any brine lacrosse shafts. I have the Clutch on my brine swizzebeat. i recommended this shaft its is light gripy and cheap. it is only 80 dollars
Shafts come pre-colored from the manufacturer.
sure y not
If by "What are the lacrosse sizes?" you mean what the different lengths of lacrosse shafts are I can help you. There are three basic lengths of shafts, A 60" shaft for defensive players or long stick midis. There is a 30" shaft for midis and attack men. There is also a 40" shaft for goalies. However, all goalies don't the 40" shaft some (including me) use a 30" shaft (it's mostly a preference thing.)
Yes, in men's lacrosse only two of the defensive shafts are long pole
It doesn't have universal joints. The axle shafts have constant velocity (CV) joints.It doesn't have universal joints. The axle shafts have constant velocity (CV) joints.
It looks cool, not as strong as other metal or aluminum shafts
yes they do but usually you need to drill a new hole
They are used in axle, drive, and steering shafts.
it will fit on shafts make sure the shaft is mens and it's a little harder to put on a crank shaft. if this is a real problem take it to the nearest lacrosse store and ask them why and if i burned out of shape go to where you bought it and see if you have a warranty (most heads do)