Besides being the coolest accessory that you can add to your setup, it is only a matter of time when your Lacrosse Head will become
loose. A loose Lacrosse Head is an annoyance. Using tape on the shaft is not the solution. There is actually 2 problems that contribute to a loose Lacrosse Head.
The Two Problems
1: Screw Will NOT Tighten
2: Head Fits Loose to the Shaft
Problem 1: Screw Will NOT Tighten
All Lacrosse Heads are screwed into a thin walled shaft. After a few installs, your shaft hole will become worn out. Once this hole
is worn, the screw will never tighten and may even fall out! That means that your expensive equipment is at the mercy of a single hole. Click on the video below to learn more about the
worn shaft hole. Buy it
Problem 2: Head Fits Loose to the
All Lacrosse Heads and Shafts have varying sizes. This is due to wear and manufacturing tolerances. That means that shafts can vary in
width. Some may be a little smaller than others. The same holds true with the shaft hole on the Lacrosse Head. This causes many shafts to fit loose with the head. When the
screw cannot be tightened, these loose fitting shafts will "wobble" after assembly. In some cases the "wobble" will be extremely noticeable and can become an annoyance. Even
worse, in time, loose screws can fall out and cause the Lacrosse Head slip off of the shaft. Click on the video below to see excessive "Wobble" on a Lacrosse Head.