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  • #16
    Thats a lovely job you have done Mr Khan you can hardly see it. I'm amazed the glue 'pulls' the wood together, I would never have known that, the clamps would have come out, ADR certainly knows his stuff.
    Snooker is a game of simple shots played to perfection Joe Davies

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    • #17
      What a great piece of help by adr, I just refinished the cue. It looks new. Thanks a lot mate. It looks like magic, after oiling, the crack is invisible.

      https://ibb.co/vH7R4mF
      https://ibb.co/jJBN3Tx

      Thanks sanman.
      Last edited by fkhan; 9th April 2019, 08:20 PM.
      Looking for perfection is the only way to motivate yourself.

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      • #18
        That's a great tip ADR and another one to add to the arsenal
        For that one you've always wanted...
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        • #19
          Please let me know where I could find a screw in cap to avoid this in future. I think it is an sd joint like JP uses.

          I have a push on cap but it makes the butt feel thicker.
          Last edited by fkhan; 9th April 2019, 08:38 PM.
          Looking for perfection is the only way to motivate yourself.

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          • #20
            Why dont u contact Ritchie him self am sure he will help u out
            Current playing cue Trevor White
            3/4 ash cue

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            • #21
              Originally Posted by fkhan View Post
              Please let me know where I could find a screw in cap to avoid this in future. I think it is an sd joint like JP uses.

              I have a push on cap but it makes the butt feel thicker.
              This what you after? I got one off ebay, but saw them here when I was looking:

              https://www.woodscues.com/products/s...ted-woods-cues

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              • #22
                Originally Posted by Mark187187 View Post
                This what you after? I got one off ebay, but saw them here when I was looking:

                https://www.woodscues.com/products/s...ted-woods-cues
                A butt plug.

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                • #23
                  Originally Posted by Mark187187 View Post
                  This what you after? I got one off ebay, but saw them here when I was looking:

                  https://www.woodscues.com/products/s...ted-woods-cues
                  Thanks a lot. How do you find it after use?
                  Looking for perfection is the only way to motivate yourself.

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                  • #24
                    Originally Posted by fkhan View Post
                    What a great piece of help by adr, I just refinished the cue. It looks new. Thanks a lot mate. It looks like magic, after oiling, the crack is invisible.

                    https://ibb.co/vH7R4mF
                    https://ibb.co/jJBN3Tx

                    Thanks sanman.
                    Good job you have done there.
                    https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/adr147

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                    • #25
                      Would not have been possible without your idea, the adr metal file and some sand paper helped me do it.
                      Looking for perfection is the only way to motivate yourself.

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                      • #26
                        Originally Posted by fkhan View Post
                        Thanks a lot. How do you find it after use?
                        I won't lie, it's in a cue I ended up not using much. It's pretty light, and didn't come loose at all, so fit for purpose. It stopped the butt of the cue soaking in lager from the gross carpet around the table, which was the reason for buying.

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                        • #27
                          Originally Posted by Mark187187 View Post
                          I won't lie, it's in a cue I ended up not using much. It's pretty light, and didn't come loose at all, so fit for purpose. It stopped the butt of the cue soaking in lager from the gross carpet around the table, which was the reason for buying.
                          Sounds good. I will have to order one!
                          Looking for perfection is the only way to motivate yourself.

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                          • #28
                            Came today. Fits nice and snug.
                            Looking for perfection is the only way to motivate yourself.

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                            • #29
                              Thanks for the superglue in the fridge tip. I've used it to fill dings before, but not been successful with a couple of cues with a split under the badge. I'll be trying this with it cold this time.

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                              • #30
                                Thanks, I have a split in my cue exactly like pictured, will be trying this out with the gel type glue and hope to get similar results. Looks at have worked perfectly. Cheers
                                I try hard, play hard and dont always succeed, at first.!!!!

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