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You will need to get a shaft puller, a propane blowtorch and a butane blowtorch as well as a Stanley knife. Soften the ferrule with the propane torch and scrape it off with the knife. You then crank it into the shaft puller and melt the old epoxy with the propane torch(steel shafts) and butane torch(graphite shafts). You will see the club head moving, and then you simply pull the club head off.

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