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Removing break/jump combo ferrle/tip - 03-28-2015, 11:34 AM

Anybody know how to remove a ferrle/tip combo on my break/jump cue? Can't find any info searching and no response from J&J. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Ps. I want to do it myself. Thanks


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Replace ferrule.
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Replace ferrule. - 03-28-2015, 12:11 PM

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Anybody know how to remove a ferrle/tip combo on my break/jump cue? Can't find any info searching and no response from J&J. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Ps. I want to do it myself. Thanks
Do you have a lathe ?

If you don't have a lathe I wouldn't do it yourself.

You could file the phenolis tip of leaving the ferrule and retip it


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03-28-2015, 12:26 PM

No I don't have a lathe. Thanks for the suggestion, might try that.


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Ferrule - 03-28-2015, 12:40 PM

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No I don't have a lathe. Thanks for the suggestion, might try that.
Your only choice is to file the tip flat and glue on a new tip.
I wouldn't suggest doing a ferrule by hand , good chance you will screw up the shaft.


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