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    Default Some general questions about tip sizes and chalk

    Hi forum. My apologies for posting so many different threads here but I just wanted to ask a few questions. I already searched the forum for those answer but could not find a clear answer to my question.

    So here are some of my questions

    1. As someone who has never paid

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    Hi psyhigh, welcome!

    One thing we can all agree on (perhaps...) is that the tip should not be smaller than the ferrule's diameter. The st

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    Here we go, visit greenbaize dot com, menu "information", submenu "cue advice".

    And by the way, yes, Elks are incons

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    If you're just starting out, a larger tip is more forgiving. If you started with something around 9.8mm, you can always have the cue take down later,

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