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06-28-2017, 05:18 AM

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Thanks you again.

I'm from Argentina..we haven't a nice level je.. and the cue shop only sells 12.5 or 13 mm. And i don't know what requirments are to import directly from USA.
I will call to Buenos Aires for a reseller.

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argentina has alot of carom players

i dont know how close you are but if your close to buenos aires check out the club
los 36 bilares

have many beautiful antique tables, and many carom players whom you can ask about the cues

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06-28-2017, 05:25 AM

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argentina has alot of carom players

i dont know how close you are but if your close to buenos aires check out the club
los 36 bilares

have many beautiful antique tables, and many carom players whom you can ask about the cues

https://www.facebook.com/Los36Billares/?fref=ts
Does los 36 billares club sell new cue?
I was looking into poison cues for pool and the majority have 13 mm tip. I also called to Rosario reseller and he recommend me buying a carom cue and the using it for pool..is not a mistake.

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06-28-2017, 05:37 AM

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Does los 36 billares club sell new cue?
I was looking into poison cues for pool and the majority have 13 mm tip. I also called to Rosario reseller and he recommend me buying a carom cue and the using it for pool..is not a mistake.

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They might, i know of plenty of pool clubs that sell cues


you being in the same country should be easy to call and ask them
carom shafts just do everything right for some of us, but try one before you buy, if you can

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06-28-2017, 06:29 AM

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They might, i know of plenty of pool clubs that sell cues


you being in the same country should be easy to call and ask them
carom shafts just do everything right for some of us, but try one before you buy, if you can
Ok.
my fingers are short. So 12 mm or thiner is better.
Is possible to torn the shaft and made it thinner?

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06-28-2017, 06:43 AM

And i enter in poison and predator official web pages. And all cues clasified as pool cues are not thiner than 12.5.
Instead caroom cues are 12 mm or thiner.
Also there are cues that you can select its shaft. Pool shaft or caroom shaft. Obviously the second thiner than first.
But the sellers dont know what game you will play. but why are clasified like that?


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06-28-2017, 07:39 AM

just try a 12mm shaft, tiger makes them, predator also i think

predator and poison are mostly pool focused

like i said check out tiger, longoni, layani, those all are carom makers
and see what the locals are playing with as well

just remember carom shaft has much thicker taper

if you want a 12mm shaft with more traditional pool cue taper, you should probably look at tiger
  
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06-28-2017, 08:26 AM

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just try a 12mm shaft, tiger makes them, predator also i think

predator and poison are mostly pool focused

like i said check out tiger, longoni, layani, those all are carom makers
and see what the locals are playing with as well

just remember carom shaft has much thicker taper

if you want a 12mm shaft with more traditional pool cue taper, you should probably look at tiger
Of course. I wrote 12 mm in the first message because is an intermediate.

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06-28-2017, 11:13 AM

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And i enter in poison and predator official web pages. And all cues clasified as pool cues are not thiner than 12.5.
Instead caroom cues are 12 mm or thiner.
Also there are cues that you can select its shaft. Pool shaft or caroom shaft. Obviously the second thiner than first.
But the sellers dont know what game you will play. but why are clasified like that?


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I think you missed the Z~shaft from Predator.


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06-28-2017, 11:18 AM

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And still the most precise game on the planet by far
They don't use tree trunk shafts
Try to reach the outter most extreme limits of the ball with a 13mm shaft,

Reminds me of Beavis
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For a draw shot (6 o'clock), I would agree.
Other than that I would disagree.


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06-28-2017, 11:56 AM

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Of course. I wrote 12 mm in the first message because is an intermediate.

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07-24-2017, 04:58 PM

I use and recommend 12mm shafts for those who want better cuts and english.


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