Hey bud. I am buying a 9 foot diamond professional made in 2003.
What is the best way to move it. The guy I am buying it from said he had 12 guys pick it up set it on a trailer and move it whole...
Can you tell me the best way im leaving in the morning to get it. And have access to a pool table dolly. Also you know if it is one piece slate or 3?
Thanks in advance
What if the 10ft carom table has an option of a internal vacuum cleaner inside. The table already has electricity. The sound of the vacuum will be quieter because the sound is internal.
No extension cords. Thoughts?
Hey Glen, I was wondering if you have time... Could you check out the older Diamond table on ebay for sale? It is in Raleigh, NC and I am thinking about purchasing it (Please let me know your overall opinions because I respect them alot!). Also, Should I (The Buyer) pay for the "Breakdown" of the table at the person's house (The Seller)? Anyway, This would be much appreciated and I would want you to set the table up and "Tweak It" for me after I purchase it... So please include pricing info that you would charge me to do that! I am in Hendersonville, NC. Thanks Alot!!! Davie
I'm definitely interested but not certain that I want to spend the extra $450 right now to modify the rails. I am assuming that you charge $150 for the labor to just do the recover, right? Have you modified any tables here in the Seattle area? Or are there any new "Black Logo" 9-footer Pro Ams in the area? If so, I'd like to check one out first to see how differently it plays. Any new or modified ones at Golden Fleece?
What was the overall reaction to the new tables at the DCC?