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Thread: The Break Cue Tip

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    The Break Cue Tip

    I do heaps better on my break with a bigger flatter tip

    This isn't based on scientific fact, it's based on me practicing with various different cues/cue tips

    how does your break cue tip compare with your playing cue tip ? (size and shape)

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    Re: The Break Cue Tip

    Much harder and flatter. Thinner too.

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    Re: The Break Cue Tip

    Flat and extra hard. It's made from a phenolic material. I think it's some sort of plastic. On the break shaft it hits a ton!! [img]/ccboard/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img]
    TommyT

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    Re: The Break Cue Tip

    For my break cue, I use a Sumo tip Hard, slightly more flat than the dime shape. Get a lot of speed with it, wether I use extra power with the body or just the speed of the arm alone.

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    Re: The Break Cue Tip

    What does the predator bk come with? ww is giving one to me for christmas.

    Laura
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    Re: The Break Cue Tip

    You're right about the flat tip, it's probably the best way to go, hard of soft is not so important so long as you get a good square hit on the cue ball.

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