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Well, if you are talking about the small black plastic piece that sits where the shaft meets the hosel, which is called a ferrule, than yes. I am assuming that is the piece you are talking about, because if the actual connection wasn't sticking it wouldn't be playable anyway. If the ferrule is loose, you can take a little bit of superglue and stick it back down.

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