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  1. liakos
    05-15-2015 04:51 PM
    Hi Glen! I'm gonna be recovering my table and I want to get new cushions! I have a gc3 with pockets shimmed to 4-3/8! I don't play out much but when I usually do it's at snookers in RI. They have GC4 there and was wondering what your recommendation is for cushions are for my table! I don't know the difference between the 2 tables, and I'm very sure you do

    Thanks in advance
  2. T2000
    04-16-2015 07:40 PM
    im looking at buying a gold crown. am i able to send you the rails alone and have you recalibrate and tighten them. or do you need to be at the table?
  3. quitecoolguy
    03-29-2015 05:12 AM
    Hello Sir

    I respect your trade and opinion. I have a Brunswick Medalist 9 foot table. I had to take it down due to divorce and I am now remarried and putting it back up. I noticed that when it was up the rails were not very lively, and were not from the time that the table was given to me.

    This time before i put the table back up i want to replace the rails. The question that I have is what profile are the rails on that table.(K55?) I pulled the cloth off on the end rail and it is an original Brunswick Super Speed rail. Should I go back to that same rail. The set is about 154.00 dollars which in the big scheme of things isnt that bad. I have seen less expensive ones but you often get what you pay for. I also know the price can also come along with a brand name as well. If you could direct me on what profile and or a replacement brand I would be in your debt sir. Thanks again
  4. johnchen
    01-27-2015 02:42 PM
    i live in denver,co, and i am looking 8' or 9' diamond table.
  5. johnchen
    01-27-2015 01:38 PM
    hi, I heard from my friend about you. do you have plan travel to west ?
  6. Darkray
    11-28-2014 08:29 PM
    I apologize if I sent you multiple PMs but it keeps telling me I have no sent msgs-

    So the global table isn't going to play very well (I know it's not a Gold Crown but could I get a similar "feel" with the way it's constructed, slate, cushions, etc.)? I thought those tables retail for around $4K new. Is his asking price fair?

    Is there anyone else you would recommend in my area for table tune-up?
  7. realkingcobra
    11-28-2014 07:33 PM
    It's an okay entry level pool table, I lost all my info on my phone, so I don't have his number anymore, stolen phone, so this is my new phone.
  8. Darkray
    11-28-2014 06:58 PM
    The model he has is all rosewood finish. Photos show it in decent condition with some typical use scuffs on the pedestals, originally coming from a pool hall in Woodland Hills. Cloth is worn and will need to be replaced. Wondering if thereís anything in particular I should look out for or any particular questions I should be asking about it when I go see it. I emailed about seeing it Monday and he mentioned he'd be willing to help disassemble it, load it up into his truck and get it to my place (which is not really that close).

    Also wondering if you could recommend a good mechanic in my area. I spoke to Donny Wessels but he said heíll only work personally on Diamond tables now. He mentioned Steve Leisekow but I wasnít able to get contact info and canít seem to find any.

    Thanks for any advice,

  9. Darkray
    11-28-2014 06:57 PM
    Hi Glen, havenít posted here before but have been reading posts religiously in hopes of finding a good players table on my limited budget. Iím in San Pedro, CA and usually playing on tables over at Hard Times in Bellflower. I saw in the Sticky of the mechanics directory that you had delivered Global tables (albeit from 7 years ago). I found someone with an 8í Global Centennial asking $850. I was hoping to get your opinion on this table if youíre familiar with it. I canít really afford a Diamond or Gold Crown. Wondering if his asking price is fair. Looks like 7/8Ē slate with 7/8Ē poplar backing according to him (and their website).
  10. realkingcobra
    11-18-2014 09:54 AM
    Keep in mind son, the red reps work both ways, only I have enough friends to call on to turn all of your greens to red!

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    Master Billiards Technician
    On the road everywhere.
    Inventing things, fishing, playing pool sometimes...LOL
    Making pool tables play right!


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