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30th November 2010, 05:32 PM
Where would a person look to properly ID this 6x12. It looks similar to a Brunswick Anniversary. We hav looked all over but can not find anything. Need to know because we might need new pockets as our brand new balls are getting nicked. There is a bit of metal showing on one side pocket that is suspected to be the cause. The pockets are the 2 screw vinyl bucket type and may hav been trimmed. Also, what else causes nicks on the balls. This table is at a seniors centre on carpet and the balls never leave the table top. Any help to save our balls is appreciated. New member, first post.:confused:
1st December 2010, 02:07 PM
It might be an Ontario Billiard Supply (OBS) Windsor which was a pretty cheap table with thinner slates.
OBS has long been out of business and you may be out of luck. The only thing I can recommend is to try Odie Willett, advert on snookerline(dot) com, who won't have the parts but may be able to steer you in the right direction.
Otherwise you're stuck but should tape over any screws which are sticking out or else find a plastic cap to fit over the head of the screws in all the pockets.
2nd December 2010, 06:42 PM
Thanks Terry, you hit the mark with OBS.
14th December 2010, 10:14 PM
If it is 'like' a Brunswick Anniversary (lesser cost copy) Ken Hash of Classic Billiards in Maryland may be able to help you. He is the best source for all things "Brunswick"
I got new vinyl pockets from him for my Brunswick Centennial 10' snooker table and the cost was less than $70. US for the six pockets. The old pockets were a mess so I replaced them. A little trimming and the pockets 'snapped' right in and a couple of small nails (away from the impact area) ensure a secure installation.
Here is a link to Classic Billiards and if you call Ken I am sure he can help you out or he will point you in the correct direction for a fix.
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