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Thread: Jump/break cue

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    Jump/break cue

    I should have asked this before I bought it, but didn't. I recently purchased a jump/break cue. What I need to know is....How does it work. I assume it has two joints for a purpose. Now, I only use it to break with.

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    Re: Jump/break cue

    You need a table and balls. LOL
    The butt breaks in two pieces. With the jump handle and shaft, the cue should be around 41 inches long.

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    Re: Jump/break cue

    You know how to jump the cueball (the dart-style)?
    The light short stick is excellent for that.

    See: http://www.bunjeejump.com/2k_changes...0Dart%20Stroke (you don't need the bunjee jumper for jumping, your shortened stick with a hard tip should do)

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    Re: Jump/break cue

    my jump break cue is a cuetec. affordable yet effective

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    Re: Jump/break cue

    From what I understand, you use the full cue (all 3 pieces together) for breaking. For jumping, it depends on the cue, either remove the last section OR remove the middle section. In otherwords, you only have 2 pieces together.

    I hope this helps.
    SureShot

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    Re: Jump/break cue

    Just curious, did you replace the original tip with a much harder one?
    I have been wondering about this for a while. Most players that I know that do have jump cues, have had the hardest tip available put on them.

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    Re: Jump/break cue

    But you need a Bunjee to insure that we can continue to provide resources like the tutorial and videos. :-))


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