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How to Attach Your Mark 2F with Locking Bolts | StringKing Lacrosse


Kit Smith here
from StringKing Product Development, and today I’m gonna show you how to drill
the Mark 2F locking bolt holes into a StringKing shaft. Also keep in mind that we offer
to pre-drill the holes on any StringKing shaft that you purchase through our website. And, if you already have a shaft
but you don’t have access to a power drill check out our other video that shows you how to do this with only a screwdriver and
self-tapping screws. For this process, you’ll need: A StringKing Shaft A Power Drill A 1/8″ Drill Bit A 3/16″ Drill Bit The StringKing Mark 2F One Square Short Bolt Two Square Bolts And last but not least, a Phillips Head Screwdriver. The first step in this operation is, that we’re gonna put the Mark 2F
onto the StringKing shaft BACKWARDS. So, you’re gonna line up the small holes
on the BACK of the head with the big hole on the FRONT of the shaft. And the big holes on the FRONT of the head with the small holes on the BACK of the shaft. On the StringKing shaft,
the bottom back hole is already drilled out,
so you only need to drill two holes: one on the back, and one on the side Try not to strip the plastic. And the one on the side. Now, I’m going to take the Mark 2F off of the shaft. Sometimes it can be hard to get off. For the StringKing shaft,
you only need to drill out the top hole and the side hole with the 3/16″ bit. So now I’ve got one big hole on the side
and I should have two big holes on the front. And I’m gonna put the mark 2f back
on the shaft. Before you go any further,
look through the big holes that you’ve created, and make sure there’s no metal showing. If there is, then widen the
hole. Now use the 1/8″ bit to drill out all of the remaining small holes. Since this is a StringKing shaft you’ll only
need to drill out the side hole. The short bolt will go in need to go in on the side, and the two long bolts will go in on the front. And now that we’ve got all the bolts in,
we’re ready to string this baby up and go take a couple face-offs.

David Frank

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11 COMMENTS

  1. M. Abram Phenn Posted on April 24, 2018 at 7:59 pm

    Mark 2a is life

    Reply
  2. Josh King Posted on April 25, 2018 at 1:04 am

    #antijigglebolt

    Reply
  3. Mubeen M. Posted on April 27, 2018 at 3:46 am

    The locking bolts are imperative, I cracked my 2F after 5 days already because I didn’t think i needed them. Luckily StringKing has you covered with the 6 month warranty and they even told me that was probably the problem after viewing my claim!

    Reply
  4. Logan Poulin Posted on May 28, 2018 at 11:43 am

    You should make a string king metal f. A shaft for face offs.

    Reply
  5. Harry Luong Posted on May 29, 2018 at 7:24 pm

    Does this head work with non stringking shafts?

    Reply
  6. dwkilmartin Posted on June 11, 2018 at 12:20 pm

    Great video, thank you. Any chance you have a video on stringing suggestions? The 2F mesh is pretty different then others. It would be nice to see how you guys sting it up with all those hole options.

    Reply
  7. Liam Gasser Posted on July 19, 2018 at 8:01 pm

    This head doesn’t fit this shaft

    Reply
  8. FUNK POPPIN Posted on October 19, 2018 at 5:09 am

    where to get this hoodie?!!

    Reply
  9. little feminist Posted on May 15, 2019 at 2:00 am

    How do I remove a locking bolt?

    Reply
  10. Cayden Henshel fan Posted on May 18, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    I just need to find a shaft

    Reply
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