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    Can anyone recommend a case for a 3/4 joint cue. I have a cheap ebay aluminium case, but the foam is a bit thin, so my cue rattles around a bit, well the shaft does. It's not a case which really lends itself to putting a cloth in to add some extra cushioning. Anything available which is similar but

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    my vote is for CueCraft Ali cases, the new foam with velvet topping are good and last for years, they sell replacements if necessary (I bought a set f

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    Thanks. Just had a look at those, they look nice. I noticed some had light grey foam with dimpled foam in the lid, and others had black foam without t

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    I believe the dimples is an old photo of the old version, the flat one on the top is the new version with the velvet cap -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --
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    one thing to do, is to measure the longest part (shaft) from tip to end of joint-screw, and check the internal capacity fo the case you are interested

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    sure they are not sold out..?

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    yes on cue craft site, but maybe "maybe" ADR may have one or two at the back of his huge stock room -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --
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    Peradon halo is a good case as well, just a bit annoying they never included a s

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    I was looking at the Cue Craft cases earlier ADR147 has them on his ebay shop and Green Baize has them listed in stock as well. ADR147 mentions the ne

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    E- bay , second hand Barracuda Match ( 2x channel ) or Silver Fox or Cue Craft . Any of these , cant go wrong , the Barracuda cases will hold a shaft

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