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  • #61
    Originally posted by lazyjack View Post
    Measurements on my Aeon are 5.7mm at the top, 10.8mm at the bottom and 23mm long.
    Well check to see if my ones are the same
    For that one you've always wanted...
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    • #62
      Originally posted by lazyjack View Post
      Was mainly looking for a mini butt and possibly a plug-in telescopic extension to replace my homemade job.
      Robin Cook or Robert Osborne should have some the same fitting, I know there not supplying cues to the UK now but sure they'd sell you some extensions.
      Last edited by CueAntW147; 17 January 2017, 05:14 PM.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by lazyjack View Post
        Measurements on my Aeon are 5.7mm at the top, 10.8mm at the bottom and 23mm long.
        The measurements will be really handy as if we have the measurements for both spiro locks (larger and smaller) people would be able to use them as visually they are really close to look at.
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        • #64
          Originally posted by Ninja.cues View Post
          How far back do you want to go because when the Quick release crazy started.
          Each maker had they own, that could change every year or so.
          Can find some of ones from friend's if it helps?
          I'm slowly trying to build a page with as many as I can on there so people can identify joints and maybe compatible ones so I guess I'll take whatever I can get and see where it goes.

          As people send me anything they know about a particular joint I will add this text to it and just see how it progresses.

          It would be nice to just look somewhere when you are looking for something compatible and see it in a picture with some information.
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          • #65
            Originally posted by RogiBear View Post
            Hunt & O'byrne Joint


            Joint that I use (same as crispians I believe)
            Is there a name for the joint you use Adam?
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            • #66
              Originally posted by Shockerz View Post
              Is there a name for the joint you use Adam?
              They're the modern h&o type joint, ie the thread pitch is identical to the originals but the form of the joint is different

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              • #67
                Originally posted by RogiBear View Post
                They're the modern h&o type joint, ie the thread pitch is identical to the originals but the form of the joint is different
                A very in-depth topic indeed!
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                • #68
                  have mastercue changed their butt joints? i recall seeing something different on a photo recently but can't seem to re-find the picture

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by qc2 View Post
                    have mastercue changed their butt joints? i recall seeing something different on a photo recently but can't seem to re-find the picture
                    I will post a snap of mine - picked a probutt up around 5 weeks back..the joint does inspire confidence though..

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                    • #70
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                      Mike Wooldridge F1
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                      Mike now sinks the current F1 butt joint into the wood to protect it

                      The earlier Airlock joint does not fit this joint and are a brass colour. Early F1 joints are also a brass colour

                      Note perfect splices on the 3/4 joint

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