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Options for Predator carbon fiber shafts $$$ - 04-06-2020, 06:25 AM

Are there other equal quality (subjective) options to the Predator produced shaft at a reasonable price?

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04-06-2020, 06:59 AM

I think Revo is considered by consensus the lowest deflection but at the cost of feel. I personally love Jacoby's taper so the Black is my choice. Cuetec also has a longer taper.

Now that Revo has a white vault plate, the other complaint, regarding sighting, is also addressed.

A new version might have been released at the Expo next week. Maybe if it happens in June...

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04-08-2020, 07:27 AM

These guys are new. Know nothing other than what i saw in video. Price is good tho. https://dfebilliards.com/products/th...pool-cue-shaft BTW, they'll do a Wavy thread for $25 extra.
  
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04-18-2020, 06:33 AM

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I think Revo is considered by consensus the lowest deflection but at the cost of feel. I personally love Jacoby's taper so the Black is my choice. Cuetec also has a longer taper.

Now that Revo has a white vault plate, the other complaint, regarding sighting, is also addressed.

A new version might have been released at the Expo next week. Maybe if it happens in June...

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Iíve got a radial pin Jacoby Black if your interested in another shaft.
  
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