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12-23-2019, 06:00 PM

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12-27-2019, 01:08 PM

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Bulletproof does not feel as hard as phenolic. Goes on well, shapes well. I use a lathe. So far people that I've installed them for like it.

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Hey. What kind of glue do you use. We cant get one to stay on.
  
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12-27-2019, 02:50 PM

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Hey. What kind of glue do you use. We cant get one to stay on.
LOCTITE ULTRA CONTROL GEL- I USE ON ALL TIPS-Works great-
just follow the instructions-
LET THE GLUE DRY AT LEAST 5 MINUTES
Make sure you're sanding the tip with at least 400 grit sandpaper too prior to gluing on the cue


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12-27-2019, 03:24 PM

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LOCTITE ULTRA CONTROL GEL- I USE ON ALL TIPS-Works great-
just follow the instructions-
LET THE GLUE DRY AT LEAST 5 MINUTES
Make sure you're sanding the tip with at least 400 grit sandpaper too prior to gluing on the cue
Thanks. My guy was using loctite gel and its popped off twice after just a few breaks. 120 grit paper. Lucky he has a table in his shop i was trying it out on. Even let it dry over night yesterday. Gonna try 2 part epoxy next. That why i was wondering if anybody else had problems...
  
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12-27-2019, 03:43 PM

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Thanks. My guy was using loctite gel and its popped off twice after just a few breaks. 120 grit paper. Lucky he has a table in his shop i was trying it out on. Even let it dry over night yesterday. Gonna try 2 part epoxy next. That why i was wondering if anybody else had problems...
Could try a new tube of Loctite... CA gets old pretty fast.

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Thanks. My guy was using loctite gel and its popped off twice after just a few breaks. 120 grit paper. Lucky he has a table in his shop i was trying it out on. Even let it dry over night yesterday. Gonna try 2 part epoxy next. That why i was wondering if anybody else had problems...


120 grit is too coarse. 220 is a better choice.

Most importantly, the surfaces need to be flat.

I’ve used the Loctire Ultra gel control. It’s good. However even better is DAP a rapid Fuse. For all CA glue, throw it away after it’s been open for a week or 2. If you’re doing tips regularly, but not a bunch per day, you’re way better off with the little 3g tubes. DAP 2 pack of 3g tubes is like 5 bucks or less as Lowes.

I used to have problems with the most difficult tips popping off on rare occasion. Now I no longer do.

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12-28-2019, 10:23 AM

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Thanks. My guy was using loctite gel and its popped off twice after just a few breaks. 120 grit paper. Lucky he has a table in his shop i was trying it out on. Even let it dry over night yesterday. Gonna try 2 part epoxy next. That why i was wondering if anybody else had problems...
Have you thought the ferrule could be loose.
Maybe it's a slip on ferrule where the wood tenon is popping the tip off.


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12-28-2019, 11:28 AM

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Have you thought the ferrule could be loose.
Maybe it's a slip on ferrule where the wood tenon is popping the tip off.
Yea, it is a slip on has the wood tenon. and we thought of that this morning after it popped again this morning. Hes looked at it and cant see that its loose. I've had the break cue for a few years now with a leather tip and no problems. Thanks for the responses. I guess a new ferrule is next...
  
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Mr. Mojo Risin looks like a raisen... - 12-30-2019, 04:13 PM

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What about Mr. Mojo Risin' ??
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Awesome tips can't be beat. - 01-09-2020, 12:06 PM

Been playing with then 3 months now and I cant believe what I'm getting the cue ball to do!
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