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  • Cue crafty
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    Originally posted by jrc750 View Post
    No they are still very nice
    Can't afford food as had a high heating bill, well i mean if i don't keep the castle nice and warm the staff start wanting to put clothes on
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  • jrc750
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    Originally posted by PatBlock View Post
    Oh dear, are the servants revolting JTC?

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    No they are still very nice
    Can't afford food as had a high heating bill, well i mean if i don't keep the castle nice and warm the staff start wanting to put clothes on

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  • PatBlock
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    Originally posted by jrc750 View Post
    Aye same here, had nothing to eat today yet
    Oh dear, are the servants revolting JTC?

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  • jrc750
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    Originally posted by DeanH View Post
    yep, was not sure of the spellings
    thanks

    (made me hungry though )
    Aye same here, had nothing to eat today yet

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  • DeanH
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    yep, was not sure of the spellings
    thanks

    (made me hungry though )

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  • jrc750
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    Maybe Muntins DeanH 😁

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  • DeanH
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    only some tables have "adjustable muttons" (the cross beams) or they can be converted to this, that allows for under slate adjustment; if the table does not have this system (most) then shims are used but I think to a lesser extent than used under the feet

    If I recall what Geoff has said in the past

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  • jonny66
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    I think snooker tables can also be adjusted at the slate, if you know what I mean.

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  • Billy
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    Originally posted by thommo335 View Post
    Plywood shims under the table legs allow the frame to be levelled where the floor is uneven before the slates go on. one less thing to correct if you know the frame is right first.
    Thanks for the confirmation.

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  • thommo335
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    Professional table levelling?

    Plywood shims under the table legs allow the frame to be levelled where the floor is uneven before the slates go on. one less thing to correct if you know the frame is right first.

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  • Billy
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    Originally posted by DeanH View Post
    snooker tables tend not to have adjustable legs. you see disks under the foot like big coasters
    Don't know what material they are though, cardboard
    Well I never!

    Do they also have cut down cues for when the walls get in the way?

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  • DeanH
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    Professional table levelling?

    snooker tables tend not to have adjustable legs. you see disks under the foot like big coasters
    Don't know what material they are though, cardboard

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  • Billy
    started a topic Professional table levelling?

    Professional table levelling?

    I'm sure we've all been there as kids, levelling our six-foot tables with coffee coasters shoved under the legs, but how do the pros do it? I'm assuming the legs have adjustable feet, but this is only a guess.
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