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    Any Kamui Roku chalk users? Need help with their size.

    Winner winner, chicken dinner Thanks.
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    Any Kamui Roku chalk users? Need help with their size.

    Thanks but those numbers done seem right, I wonder if it's listing the package size. 3.62 x 3.15?
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    Any Kamui Roku chalk users? Need help with their size.

    This is not a "what do you think of it, or should I buy something else" post. I was gifted a 6-sided chalk holder for Christmas last year and that person is coming to visit in 10 days. I have not bought any chalk yet for it and figured I may want to do that now to show I am getting some use out...
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    Where's Glen Hancock (Therealkingcobra)?!?

    Look who has an honorable mention on a Facebook Billiards group.
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    Thoughts on these for 1/4 inch facings?

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    My reputation is proceeding me: I need MORE advice on how pros would do these pockets

    But anyone who's had played on an Olhausen especially me being from an area where there was only table seller within a 100 radius and he exclusively sold Olhausen, will know that 145° cut pockets play like junk. Cut them to 141° and 12-14° down and they will significantly improve the way it...
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    My reputation is proceeding me: I need MORE advice on how pros would do these pockets

    A dual bevel miter saw, a good digital angle finder and the video I linked below are what I used. if it's an Olhausen I'd recommend thicker facings since accufast rubber is softer and will compress more at the facings. If he extends the subrails with wood then he will need to do the math to know...
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    My reputation is proceeding me: I need MORE advice on how pros would do these pockets

    Ah, so basically a long, flat, thin, sharp blade. Sent from my Nexus 5X using Tapatalk
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    My reputation is proceeding me: I need MORE advice on how pros would do these pockets

    Sounds good. I am kinda regretting the size of these pockets, but they were cheap and look good with the rest of the table colors. But they are a bit small, which in turn actually accents the small 4" pockets very well, they just need to come up another 1/4 - 1/2" like the originals or on my...
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    My reputation is proceeding me: I need MORE advice on how pros would do these pockets

    Fine serration or larger? I ask because I was using a fine and the cut seemed too rough. I'll experiment a bit and see if I can get it better.
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    My reputation is proceeding me: I need MORE advice on how pros would do these pockets

    Also, what do you use to cut the rubber so smooth? I was using a fully extended box cutter with the blade lubricated with soap. Seems to work well, but your cuts are so clean.
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    My reputation is proceeding me: I need MORE advice on how pros would do these pockets

    I have considered that video but couldn't justify the cost for just myself since the table has been a bit of a money pit already. There is a plethora of resources on YouTube and the web in general that are pretty good, I just need to adapt it in being able to do it with the thick facings, this...
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    My reputation is proceeding me: I need MORE advice on how pros would do these pockets

    My reputation is preceeding me: I need MORE advice on how pros would do these pockets Most of you that frequent this section know my story. If not the short version is I did a table restore project (just a DIY guy) and although did really good on a lot of it, I screwed up and put my rail...
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    Tip replacement in the Phoenix are, preferably while I wait

    Wooah, thems fightn' words. Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Tapatalk
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    Tip replacement in the Phoenix are, preferably while I wait

    Yoy have a very good point. [emoji1787] Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Tapatalk
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    Tip replacement in the Phoenix are, preferably while I wait

    Spoke with Roger, he was on vacation but will be in On monday. I said I will be stopping in.
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    exactly 2 months & 23 days later my full table restoration is complete.

    Good thing is the cat that is not a fraidy-cat has only back claws (adopted him that way, we don't believe in declawing) and the other is to scared to come out because we have dogs. But every night or any time I can't be around to monitor the table, it gets covered. Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013...
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    Mistakes were made, now to fix it as cheaply as possible - advice please

    This was my conclusion as well. Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Tapatalk
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    Tip replacement in the Phoenix are, preferably while I wait

    So far this is the closest place. Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Tapatalk
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    Mistakes were made, now to fix it as cheaply as possible - advice please

    I'll take them! I am in for a lot of money as it is so if wife knows someone is helping to make it better and it doesn't cost me much, I'm in!
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