View Full Version : New Cue Repair Tool.

04-14-2012, 05:49 PM
This tip centering tool will be the most amazing tool on your bench. Holds 11, 12, 13, & 14mm tips square and centered for professional installation. Takes all the guess work out of trying to center your tip by eye. Also allows you to use your lathes tailstock to hold pressure while drying. Made from 6061 Aluminum, It will last a lifetime. Check it out and pick yourself up one today. If your not 100% satisfied, send it back and get a 100% refund Plus return Shipping. I have sold over 200 of these in the past month, And have not got one back.

04-15-2012, 03:35 PM
Holding the cue vertically with the tip on sandpaper on a hard floor and drilling for oil aint bad.
U grip firmly and u drill the cue about a halfturn and a halfturn back again, about 4 or 5 times, while pushing down.
Then u regrip and turn the cue a quarterturn, and u drill again.
Do that four times and u hav dunn a full circle. If u did 16 or 20 drills without turning then u had better be good at judging vertical.
Repeat untill the tip iz kleen ok.

Barefoot helps (i am allways barefoot in the billiard room, i wear sox if cold). U stand on the sandpaper to stop it spinning, and u hold the tip tween your toes.

Adrian Clark
04-24-2012, 06:17 AM
Tips are so useful. These help me so much.

04-26-2012, 02:51 PM
But i am talking about 9mm 10mm and 11mm tips.
For sure 13mm and 14mm might deserv machine assistance.

Bushwalker sox are best -- thick and warm -- and they last and last (on a hard hardwood billiards room floor).

Nearly forgot. Better kleen tween your toes first, if u hav been kollekting chook eggs barefoot. Wouldnt want any chookshit on your balabushka.

04-28-2012, 04:25 AM
Can you provide me some further details about Bushwalker sox??

Fran Crimi
04-28-2012, 11:27 AM
Let me guess...first time poster...looking for something to copy and then sell as your own?

04-28-2012, 10:10 PM
Looks like there iz no aktual brandname bushwalker sox. But bushwalking sox i think hav a thick soft yielding inner layer -- less blisters.
I get cheap ones, for sliding around my table.