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rack'em zach'em
03-15-2010, 01:36 PM
Shane Johnson, AKA Cuephoric and I want to hit the road and start working on some tables..We will travel anywhere!!

Naturally, Shane is a perfectionist and loves his work. If you're interested in getting something done, give us a call. You can't beat the quality for the price and that's guaranteed!!

We will do anything and everything as long as it involves a pool table..

Rack'em Zach'em

940-595-6091

Shane "Cuephoric" Johnson

817-471-0764

States of Shown Interest This Far

Midwest
Ohio - Saturated Fats
Texas - Kawa44, Elephant Man

East Coast
South Carolina - Thunderball
Virginia - Donscratch
Connecticut - Kickin' Chicken
Massachusetts - Apocalypse2012
New York - Bambu
Pennsylvania - Iownthe412
New Jersey - Bpp&d


If you could send me a pm with your name, phone number, location, table type, size, and the work you need completed in what time frame that would be awesome...

Thanks

Rack'em Zach'em

Elephant Man
03-15-2010, 02:38 PM
Sweet. I have been looking for someone from AZB to give me a redo soon. I live near Fort Worth and am having a house built. I will be needing my table recovered/leveled. I plan or ordering the cloth in advance. When I had my table initially installed I was not impressed with the quality of work done or the mechanics attitude. I knew things were going bad as soon as he opened his tool box displaying a big sign almost demanding a tip (maybe this is common). I was broke from buying the table so I gave him a $20 and he gave me an FU look. He was so good he eyeballed my side rails and almost got them square! Anyway, if you have proven results and your prices are fair then maybe you can work me into your tour.
Thanks, Ron

rack'em zach'em
03-15-2010, 02:46 PM
Just let us know when...Tons of people in the DFW will tell you about Shane's work..We don't expect any tips and you will know the price up front with no surprises at the end..

He has done work all over the country in the past so his reputation should be known.

What size table do you have? I'm sure I could PM you a standard price since you're providing the cloth!

Elephant Man
03-15-2010, 03:14 PM
Sure, PM me a quote, but I think I'm sold already! It is an 8' table. The cloth will be 860 in Tourny Blue. I will move the table to its new location and maybe get the frame together (unless it is better not to). I would like to watch/help as much as possible without getting in the way or slowing things down. Just let me know how much and I will let you know when the time comes. Pushing hard to have house finished before the 8K tax incentive ends, so we are probably looking at late June/early July.
Thanks again, Ron

Thunderball
03-15-2010, 03:14 PM
When you find yourselves heading to the southeast send me a pm. I may have some work done.

Papa Red
03-15-2010, 03:34 PM
I can say this, Shane covered our tables in Sherman and they play so good you would think you were eating ice cream and cake instead of playing pool.:thumbup:

Kickin' Chicken
03-15-2010, 04:09 PM
hello;

l have a gc1 and am interested in a recover with tan 860. let me know when and if you ever plan to be in Connecticut.

thx,
Brian (KC)

rack'em zach'em
03-16-2010, 07:52 AM
Conn, SC, and NY -May have an extended road trip


Anyone else?

Saturated Fats
03-16-2010, 08:05 AM
I have a GC1 or 2 (not sure which) that needs rubber and tan 860. You could PM me a price.

Thanks.

Apocalypse2017
03-16-2010, 08:21 AM
Conn, SC, and NY -May have an extended road trip


Anyone else?

If your coming up to boston I need my table recovered.

iownthe412
03-16-2010, 08:31 AM
If you wanna come to Pittsburgh, I have some work for you. I actually have been looking for someone for awhile but not many people in this area. I have an 8' table looking to get 860 in tourney blue and table also needs re-leveled a bit. Let me know if you can do it and give me a quote.
Thanks man

iownthe412
03-16-2010, 08:35 AM
Sorry man, forgot to mention the table needs new rubbers too!

dontscratch
03-16-2010, 09:25 AM
I need my Gandy recovered and leveled-I can get the 860 cloth -in Va so I am in between sc and conn-thanks

Guerra Cues
03-16-2010, 09:32 AM
No California?
That sucks...

CamposCues
03-16-2010, 10:00 AM
If, for some crazy reason, you have to blow through Nebraska let me know. I need new pocket facings and a recover.

rack'em zach'em
03-16-2010, 10:08 AM
If you could send me a pm with your name, phone number, location, table type, size, and the work you need completed in what time frame that would be awesome...

Thanks

Rack'em Zach'em

rack'em zach'em
03-16-2010, 11:35 AM
I will be compiling a list until Sunday and contacting everyone in between now and then with pricing information. Hopefully we can start this coming Monday when he gets back in town...

jackson
03-16-2010, 08:47 PM
So guys - picked out a name yet for this Grand Tour?? - how 'bout one of these -

Pack'n and Rack'n
Felt'n and Belch'n
Pool Table Recovers - Get Felted by the Best
Have Money - Will Travel

No?? - OK then how's this -

The Historic Journeys of the Illustrious Cuephoric and his handy dandy - tool fetch'n - action seek'n sidekick Rack'em Zach'em from the great state of Texas

Jackson:smilewinkgrin:

rack'em zach'em
03-17-2010, 06:47 AM
to the top

realkingcobra
03-17-2010, 08:14 AM
With so many tables in the great state of Texas needing to be recovered or worked on, I wonder how Shane finds the time to work in so many other states;)

Glen

rack'em zach'em
03-17-2010, 08:21 AM
When you rely on word of mouth and minimum impact advertising it can be slow at times..but you have to be thankful for what is there when it is..

With the way things are going in the economy right now you have to do what you can to provide for your family..not to mention traveling around would be pretty cool..

realkingcobra
03-17-2010, 08:36 AM
One would think that with over 3,600 bars & pubs listed in Texas, that would produce way more work than 10 Shane's could keep up with. When I had 328 bar accounts up in Washington St. back when I was recovering tables all the time, that produced over 1,000 recoveries a year...and I never had to leave the state, but it does take some work to build that kind of reputation I guess;)

Glen

realkingcobra
03-17-2010, 08:44 AM
Dave & Busters in Dallas still has rock hard cushions on all their tables, isn't that located in your back yard?;)

Glen

rack'em zach'em
03-17-2010, 08:53 AM
I don't know what Shane has and hasn't check out...but I will look into it..The are around 5 or 6 Dave and Busters in the area..

rack'em zach'em
03-18-2010, 12:22 AM
bump bump bump

rack'em zach'em
03-18-2010, 03:58 PM
If you're in the Midwest Region I need you cloth orders and deposits by 2pm tomorrow..Call me for the prices and we will get it done..All cloth will be shipped to your address so that it is there and ready on arrival.

Zach

940-595-6091

rack'em zach'em
03-19-2010, 04:16 PM
back to the top for the midwest

James2003
03-19-2010, 07:12 PM
I may be intrested in a couple of months on changing to 860 Tourney Blue. If I don't recover I do need my table moved over about 5-8 inches. It's a 8 foot Brunswick Brookstone. I got a price from a VERY Well Known person and that was $350





Shane Johnson, AKA Cuephoric and I want to hit the road and start working on some tables..We will travel anywhere!!

Naturally, Shane is a perfectionist and loves his work. If you're interested in getting something done, give us a call. You can't beat the quality for the price and that's guaranteed!!

We will do anything and everything as long as it involves a pool table..

Rack'em Zach'em

940-595-6091

Shane "Cuephoric" Johnson

817-471-0764

States of Shown Interest This Far

Midwest
Ohio - Saturated Fats
Texas - Kawa44, Elephant Man

East Coast
South Carolina - Thunderball
Virginia - Donscratch
Connecticut - Kickin' Chicken
Massachusetts - Apocalypse2012
New York - Bambu
Pennsylvania - Iownthe412
New Jersey - Bpp&d


If you could send me a pm with your name, phone number, location, table type, size, and the work you need completed in what time frame that would be awesome...

Thanks

Rack'em Zach'em