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    Hi all,
    my nieghbour is looking for a 10 foot snooker table that will take full size snooker balls.
    He also wants 8 turned legs and 2 inch slates. His budget is around £500 - £600.
    Any help will be much appreciated.
    ATB
    Danny

    P.S. he lives in Essex so the closer to home the better.
    Did you put my "1" up ?

  • #2
    Got one but would be needing £ 1500

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    • #3
      Thanks but too much money.

      ATB
      Danny
      Did you put my "1" up ?

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      • #4
        From what I have seen, 10ft tables are very popular and hold their price more than 12ft tables.
        Up the TSF!

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        • #5
          I think you are right. He might have a task finding one for that money.
          Did you put my "1" up ?

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          • #6
            Too right they are more expensive and hold their price , and to find one with 8 legs rather than the 6 leg version even more so , at £500 to £600 that is buy in trade price after a renovation add in the collection and delivery costs and Maryfields £1500 is a good price .
            We have a Modern Riley 10ft in at the moment we have just sold it for £1900+vat + delivery costs , only 6 legs and a 5 piece slate .
            I'm not saying that you won't find one at that price of £500 to £600 on ebay but being a 10ft it will attract a few bidders , but you then also have to add in costs of collection and Delivery normaly around £350 to £500 depending on distance and thats without a recover / new balls and cue's etc .
            [/SIGPIC]http://www.gclbilliards.com

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            • #7
              I agree geoff. Luckily for him he has transport and help so delivery costs are vertualy zero.
              Still going to be a tough find though.
              If you or anyone else finds one please could you let me know.

              Many thanks
              Danny
              Did you put my "1" up ?

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              • #8
                I don't recall ever seeing a 10' on 8 legs although from Geoff's post it appears they do exist. Why would you use 8 legs since there would be about the same weight on each leg of a 6 leg 10' as there would be on each leg of an 8 leg 12'? (If that makes any sense to anybody).

                Of course I can get you as many 10' tables as you wnat here for maybe just over 500 pounds. 6 legs, 2" or heavier slate bed etc. etc. The catch is you have to collect ;-)
                王可

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                • #9
                  Phil I used to have one about 22 years ago , I came across one that had been discarded in the back garden shed of a club , the slates where outside and one of them had been split with frost , water getting into the end bolt holes and freezing thus expanding and spliting the slate which was the second slate in , I managed to repair it by putting fibreglass resin into the split and clamping it together for a week then floated the slates I do have a photo of it on my patio at my second house somewhere , the table was a traditional riley with 8 legs , it is now in scotland .
                  it was common for manufacturers such as riley to offer 6 or 8 leg 10ft tables and i have worked on many 8 leg 10fts .
                  it was the same design as this riley

                  http://www.sovereignleisure.co.uk/re...cial-club.html

                  you can still buy a new 10ft with 8 legs from this link , don't know the quality of them though .

                  http://www.billiardshop.com.au/Billi...es-8-Leg-.aspx
                  [/SIGPIC]http://www.gclbilliards.com

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