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    Default Joint alignment

    Hi. I was playing with my brother today, he mentioned that his joint has gone out of synch, so i said i'd ask on here.

    He'd had the cue, 3/4 jointed, for about a year. He's noticed that the flat of the butt doesn't line through exactly with the top of the shaft. It wasn't that noticea

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    3/4 cues can get out of alignment over time due to the brass faces wearing down, its pretty much entirely dependant on how often the cue is assembled\

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    because it is only a year old, I doubt it is wear of the joint faces but that one or both parts of the joint has moved within the wood; this can be du

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    like the lads have said above, if its past straight its a much bigger job than if it was before straight.

    Past straight the joint will n

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    I would say, check the face of the joints are clean and don't have any crap on them or if the joint had been knocked.
    If there is a small dent o

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