View Full Version : Instroke case length

08-12-2004, 08:47 AM
What is the overall length of an Instroke case?

08-12-2004, 08:54 AM
I dont know the overall length, I could measure when I get home, but my cue is around 59 inches and I have plenty of room. I can tell you the instroke case (I just got mine a couple weeks ago) is the nicest case I have ever owned.

08-12-2004, 08:56 AM
Which one? The cowboy case with the turnbuckle latch or the regular one with a zipper?

I can tell you this much - the cowboy case is shorter than the other case. I had picked one up at the Expo a few years ago and brought it up to my room and started to put my cues in it and they wouldn't fit. The case was about an inch shorter than my custom cue. So I had to go back and get the zipper case. My cue is 59 1/2".


08-12-2004, 09:46 AM
I think the length from the bottom of the tubes, to the top edge is around 31.875. At least it is on mine (3x5 instroke artisan.) If you have a standard length cue (29" butt) with a .500" bumper, a 1" joint screw, you should have room for joint protectors as well. My main playing cue's butt is 29.625, with the bumper extruding around .375" with a 1/375 pin (uni-loc radial) with that long azz joint protector, and all i have is a small indentation in the cushioning on the top "hatch".



08-12-2004, 05:24 PM
I have the Cowboy 3x6 and it is 4" deep, 6" wide and 34" high. Terry

08-12-2004, 11:36 PM
tap,tap,tap Woody. I have 3 cases, and this one is by far the best and nicest case I have ever owned.
One other item of note...my latch broke on the top or lid of the case. Instroke mailed me the UPS label, I packed it up and sent it to them, they repaired the case and sent it back with no cost to myself, and no questions asked. /ccboard/images/graemlins/blush.gif