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Thread: Quick Way To Level A Ferrule

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    Default Quick Way To Level A Ferrule

    Iíve re-tipped a few cues for people recently and the amount of ferrules that Iíve seen that are uneven and not completely flat on the top or rounded on the edge of the ferrule is ridiculous. Seems like a lot of club players literally play with the same tip on their cue until there is basically noth

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    I use a long wide file manually as this often is enough and once you are used to it, works well -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --
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    Just a wood file, about an inch wide and 10" long, differing coarseness on the sides.


    on ebay and amazon etc
    something like

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    personally, no
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    I have one of the Tweeten sanders and it does an excellent job but care is needed using it and the one on Amazon looks expensive

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    Does not matter hold it so it does what you want it to do and either hole works just fine

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