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  • GeordieDS
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    Originally posted by itsnoteasy View Post

    Cheers J, I know it's a terrible habit, I will try that when I get back.
    on a side note I looked out the TUCA and have been using that since the lockdown.
    I had a cup of tea yesterday as well

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  • itsnoteasy
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    Originally posted by j6uk View Post

    Try holding The cue at The top of The splices above The balance point as your in play walking around The table. The only time The butt of The cue should contact The floor is When you stop to chalk The tip before The pre-shot routine.
    Cheers J, I know it's a terrible habit, I will try that when I get back.
    on a side note I looked out the TUCA and have been using that since the lockdown.

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  • j6uk
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    Originally posted by itsnoteasy View Post
    I've worn the leather pad right down to the wood, bad habit of dragging it along the floor, just sprung to mind seeing that nice new one on the cue.
    Try holding The cue at The top of The splices above The balance point as your in play walking around The table. The only time The butt of The cue should contact The floor is When you stop to chalk The tip before The pre-shot routine.

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  • itsnoteasy
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    I've worn the leather pad right down to the wood, bad habit of dragging it along the floor, just sprung to mind seeing that nice new one on the cue.

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  • j6uk
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    Originally posted by GeordieDS View Post
    Good to see you're still continuing with the craft Jason, do your cues have badges on now?
    Thanks geodie, no not yet, but it's about time..

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  • GeordieDS
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    Good to see you're still continuing with the craft Jason, do your cues have badges on now?

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  • j6uk
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    fully restored ..

    58.5
    9.2
    30.5
    16.7oz
    17.5bp

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  • Cue crafty
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    Great to hear from you Jason - brilliant to see you are still turning out some stunning works!

    Did you travel anywhere interesting b4 lockdown? Namaste

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  • Starsky
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    That’s an amazing transformation between the two cues.

    It’s like a ‘Stars In Their Eyes’ for snooker cues .

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  • DeanH
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    cool
    another worthwhile resurrection

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  • j6uk
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    Low 16" splice, was 58", discolored varnish, no black grain and lots of deep scratches, off set lead weight that i reused and relocated. Took a bit off The top, added few inches to The back..
    Very different now

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  • j6uk
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    Originally posted by DeanH View Post
    lovely looking that, any before photo?


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