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    Hi all, i have recently purchased a new cue, and have just noticed that the ferrule sticks out wider than the shaft on one side, is this normal, and will it put any undue pressure on the shaft .??

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    Believe it or not, it is an ADR147 1 piece cue i purchased from a shop in Keighley, i noticed it when i went to wipe the cue down, it is not a lot, b

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    Cheers Ninja, it doesnt really bother me, just wanted to make sure it was not going to damage the cue over time, it is a lovely cue, and i really enjo

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    It depends on how things the ferrule is..
    If it's not thin, then you shouldn't have a problem with it

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