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  1. zensteve
    09-06-2009 08:47 PM
    zensteve
    Hi Glen,

    If you were in a contest to install Simonis rapide 300 cloth on a billiard table and have the cloth roll faster than your competitors, (no silicone sprays), what would you do different? All things equal. Only alteration is the cloth.

    The Olhausen Open Tournament is a month away and I want the carom tables lighting fast.

    My friend Steve Waldo went to Chicago and worked on the tables with you. He said you said 2" pull is max on rapide 300.

    What if I wet the cloth?

    What if I use a come-a-long, attach to cloth puller to it and rachet it tighter.

    I appreciate your help.

    Thanks,

    Steve Andersen
  2. cuesportpro
    09-03-2009 01:38 AM
    cuesportpro
    When is the next time you'll be in the MidWest? I'd like talk to you about recovering 4 tables.
  3. cuesportpro
    08-31-2009 11:47 PM
    cuesportpro
    Glen,

    Do you have any DVD's or information for people looking to become table mechanics? I'm more interested in material fit for Diamond tables to be honest. Does Diamond have a table mechanic class or program or is there any way you can point me in the right direction? Thank you so much!
  4. realkingcobra
    08-29-2009 05:46 PM
    realkingcobra
    I saw it for a moment, but didn't really look at it because I won't be headed to Cali for about 2 more months, I could work on it then, or give you the name of a mechanic that could. Snooker tables are a funny bred of tables, unlike normal pool tables.
  5. duguy
    08-29-2009 11:15 AM
    duguy
    Hi Glenn,

    I'm wondering if you saw the PM that I sent you a couple of days, about possibly setting up my full size snooker table in N. Calif. You come highly recommended, and I'm hoping that I can engage you.

    Thanks,
  6. realkingcobra
    08-26-2009 02:52 PM
    realkingcobra
    Not a problem, I should be passing through Tucson in the next couple of months or so. Talk to Brian at Diamond 812-288-7665 to see if they have any used/reconditioned 9ft Pro's at the factory.

    Glen
  7. center pocket
    08-26-2009 02:01 PM
    center pocket
    I am looking to buy a diamond here in about three months and was wondering when is the next time you will be coming to Arizona. I figure if we start talking far enough in advance I can get you to come out and set it up. I want a diamond pro 3 piece slate if I can find one.

    Thanks,
    Evan
  8. merkyone
    08-14-2009 11:44 AM
    merkyone
    Hello sir, I am looking to buy and have setup a diamond pro-am or similar in birmingham, al. I know you are a good source of tables for sale across the US and was curious if you knew of any at this moment. Thanks for your time.

    Scotty Waters
  9. smitty
    07-30-2009 06:47 AM
    smitty
    glenn,
    i need some info on a diamond table if you dont mind. you said on the forum that a 9 footer is around 1000lbs but diamond said it was 1200, seems like not a big deal but im going upstairs so every little bit helps. was you talking about the pro or the pro am? is the base frames the same as far as well built on both units? i like the pro better but am concidering both models just cant make up my mind. any help is much appreciated so again thanks for any help
  10. realkingcobra
    07-27-2009 08:56 AM
    realkingcobra
    I don't have a manual for the assembly of that table, don't even know where to send you to get one. The century tables were built in the late 1980's to early 1990's.

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