Standard length will be perfect, standard length are usually 45.75" -46". But if you do feel the shaft is a bit short you could get half an inch or an inch added to it.
Most driver shafts are about 46 inches, but they can be shorter or longer. Some players use 44 inch shafts for accuracy and other use a 48 inch shaft for distance. 48 inches is the maximum length for a driver shaft.
There is no set length as it needs to be relative to your height.
The longer the shaft on your driver is - the further you will hit it. 5'8'' isn't overly short, so I would recommend standard length is ideal. However, if you want to take an inch off you could - this will give you more control too.
http://www.clubmaker.net/golf_club_length_specs.htm This will answer your question
The main difference is length, and sometimes weight.
It IS 42"
The standard length of a mens 3 wood is around 41-42 inches long. You will find that the length of shaft varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. You can also get custom fit where they may take an inch or two off your shaft.
This is the shaft which was used in the Taylormade R7 425 and R7 460, it is a great shaft. The regular shaft is 55 grams, 3.9 torque, high trajectory with a low kick point, the tip is .350 and it is standard length. The stiff shaft is 65 grams, with a mid kick point, the tip is .355 and the shaft is standard length.
45.75- 46 inches. But can be up to 48 inches.
You are actually average height. You would be able to use a standard shaft, however if you feel uncomfortable you could get custom fit.
52 what tall? If it is centimeters I wouldn't suggest you play golf. If you are 5'2'' you could still use a standard length driver, or you could get it custom fit to see how long it should be, to best suit your game. If you are fully grown, they may recommend 44'' which is about 1.5'' - 2'' shorter than standard. But you will sacrifice distance.
There is not a lot of difference . . . only in the name.
The intermediate shaft is the shaft going to the driver side wheel from the tranny. The shaft is suppose to eliminate what you call torque steer, It comes straight from the tranny and bolts to the engine block with a bearing race to hold the shaft and at that brace is where the half shaft, or drive shaft connects to the intermediate shaft and to the driver side hub.
Driver side tail shaft of the transmission.Driver side tail shaft of the transmission.
Apparently it is a Mitsubishi Diamana Whiteboard 83 gram shaft.
A Reverse Shaft is the shaft which rotates in the opposite direction of the engine driver shaft with the help of meshing of gears mounted on it to the gears mounted on engine driver shaft when reverse gear is applied. The reverse shaft allows the vehicle to move in reverse direction. Sanjay Singh Rathore (ME 3rd year) M.I.T.Mandsaur
Reshaft it with the proper length shaft, you local golf shop or professional should be able to do it for you easily and cheaply.
you dont! if you need that then you are buying a new cv shaft.
The most common shaft length for engines in the 90 hp range is 20 in., refered to as a long shaft. They also come in 25 in., extra long, and for special applications, 15 in. refered to as a short shaft.
Generally, the best stick length is for the shaft to be the length of your arm; however, just a standard stick length seems to work best for most people. If you cut it to your arm length, it makes it easier to maneuver. But, a really good lacrosse player can maneuver the stick regardless.
7" on average.
yes most fit but some don't.