Schon Shafts For Sale

worktheknight

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Please contact me at sales@cdand.com with questions.
will ship usps priority mail with tracking and insurance to usa lower
states, $ 10.00 charge

Each line is a different shaft, the gap in numbers represent
that previous shafts with those missing numbers
have been sold.


Schon
# 14 Schon Pre marked shaft 11.9 mm, 4.1 oz. small taper roll $ 70.00
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# 15 Schon Pre marked shaft 12.3 mm, 4.0 oz. small taper roll $ 70.00
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# 16 Schon Pre marked shaft 12.3 mm, 4.0 oz. good taper roll $ 70.00
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# 18 Schon Pre marked shaft 12.3 mm, 3.9 oz. fair taper roll $ 50.00
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# 21 Schon 1993 stamped collar shaft 12.1 mm, 3.8 oz. small taper roll $ 90.00
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# 22 Schon Hybrid 12.7 mm 4.1 oz rolls good, $135.00 ***Sold***Sold***
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All shafts listed here are Schon Shafts from Schon, no factory seconds.
 

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curious as to what pre marked means .... obviously not stamped as schon but are the "factory seconds" slightly under the schon standard?
 

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Early Schon shafts did not carry the Schon name on the shafts. There is detail of length
of ferrule, pilot width and length and black sealer on the pilot's that are consistent through out
the time which makes it more likely than not, they are an "original Schon shaft"

It also helps that through the early years, Bob Runde lent his knowledge while he was still
at Schon.

all shafts in this post are from Schon, these are not factory seconds.
 
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