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strmanglr scott
11-01-2015, 08:55 AM
I believe I am going to look at a kasson terminator pool table today. The new house owner said it came w the house and listed the manufacturer as Lawson. Which is weird cause he put a pic up of the kasson logo up on his ad. I did some searching and did not find a kasson model called Lawson either.

My question is how does this thing break down? I looked all over for assembly instructions but couldn't find any. It is three pc slate, a must for my space. It also needs to completely break down.

I have the cheapest of cheap Brunswicks now, I just don't feel its worth re-felting.

realkingcobra
11-01-2015, 11:19 AM
I believe I am going to look at a kasson terminator pool table today. The new house owner said it came w the house and listed the manufacturer as Lawson. Which is weird cause he put a pic up of the kasson logo up on his ad. I did some searching and did not find a kasson model called Lawson either.

My question is how does this thing break down? I looked all over for assembly instructions but couldn't find any. It is three pc slate, a must for my space. It also needs to completely break down.

I have the cheapest of cheap Brunswicks now, I just don't feel its worth re-felting.

A Kasson isn't much better:rolleyes:

strmanglr scott
11-01-2015, 12:41 PM
Lol if you saw the table I got you would probably laugh. Its all made w MDF. At least w the kasson it has solid wood rails.

Any other suggestions for a table that can break down and get through tight spots? I would love a high quality like a better made Brunswick or Diamond, have the money too.

realkingcobra
11-01-2015, 12:53 PM
Lol if you saw the table I got you would probably laugh. Its all made w MDF. At least w the kasson it has solid wood rails.

Any other suggestions for a table that can break down and get through tight spots? I would love a high quality like a better made Brunswick or Diamond, have the money too.

Then I fail to understand your problem, any Diamond ProAm can be broke down completely and reassembled with a 3 piece slate in any place any other table can.

Call Aaron or Anthony at Diamond, 812-288-7665 and tell either of them RKC told you that you want a ProAm that can break all the way down...done deal:grin:

strmanglr scott
11-01-2015, 03:29 PM
^^^
I did not know this thank you

realkingcobra
11-01-2015, 03:58 PM
^^^
I did not know this thank you

Well now you do:grin: