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Thread: Retipping with Araldite any good?

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    It's a bloody snooker tip! Not a replacement knee!

    Tip off, remove crap, sand flat, sand tip flat, dollop of super glue gel, put tip on,

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    Thanks vmax, I will have a look.

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    401 Loctite is the best Iíve used. It doesnít dry up like normal superglue does overtime.
    It is very fast drying though..so not for the faint h

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