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rackmup
10-27-2002, 08:44 AM
http://www.seyberts.com/billiardaccessories/table/tablex/superracks/index.3.jpg

The SARDO TIGHT RACK is one of the most maligned inventions of our time. Just look at a few of it's many uses:


A great COOKIE PRESS!
http://www.c2b.com/images/CookiePics/BakedCookies/baked.jpg
Simply place frozen cookie dough into the Sardo Tight Rack and press! Results? 9 perfectly round cookies ready for baking!


Slip-Proof Walkway
http://www.creative-impressions.com/gall/Page1/thumbnails/eurofan_jpg.jpg
While this stamped concrete walkway was still wet, the Sardo Tight Rack was placed over it and depressed with nine poolballs in it. The results? A non-slip textured walkway!


Grade School Science Project
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/mgifs/Moonptolemaeus.GIF
Is little Bobby a little lacking in his "show and tell" skills? Perfectly recreate the moon's surface with the Sardo Tight Rack and make his next project a hit with students and faculty alike!


Back Massager
http://seyberts.com/billiardaccessories/images/Step_2_small.jpg
Fill with warm poolballs (heated in a conventional microwave), press and roll the Sardo Tight Rack over those achy back muscles for complete relief!

Just some thoughts in case you were considering throwing yours away.

Regards,

Ken (the carrying case also makes a great way to carry that casserole dish to your next potluck dinner at the neighbor's house)

Troy
10-27-2002, 09:24 AM
The problem Ken, is that the plastic is sooo flimsy that it will probably break prior to completion of your suggestions.

However, your ideas are far superior to using the SARDINE GIZMO for racking balls.

Troy

10-27-2002, 11:00 AM
I like it.

Troy
10-27-2002, 11:30 AM
Interesting comment, extremely informative..... duh...

Let's see --- Create craters in the cloth during "training". Rack the 9-Ball on the spot. Plastic breaks very easily. Much too expensive.

Yup, I'd sure trade in a quality oak rack for that piece of crap..... Yup..... Sure.....

Troy

<blockquote><font class="small">Quote: Mars:</font><hr> I like it. <hr></blockquote>

rackmup
10-27-2002, 11:35 AM
We have Diamond heavy wood racks at Billy Weir's and they rack better than anything I've ever used and we didn't:


Have to read directions on how to use it.
Train anything.
Carry it in a case.
Spot the 9 on the spot.

The rack has lots of room at the back for easy racking. Time tested design wins out over Sardo technology everytime.

Regards,

Ken

Cueless Joey
10-27-2002, 12:42 PM
Sourdough racker makes for a nice triangle shaped pizza press. You can also preload it with 2 1/4" sized pepperoni.

10-27-2002, 09:28 PM
I guess you don't like it.
Sorry if I didn't write a three page essay filled with irony and dripping with contempt.

bigalerickson
10-27-2002, 11:27 PM
Mars,

Got some bad news for you. If you hang out here, you will never be able to live down being a sardo tight rack fan. you are still more than welcome, but i cannot say that being a sardo supporter will earn you a lot of grief.

hope to see ya round.