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10-22-2019, 02:31 PM

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ALL joint screws should have a flat to prevent it from spinning.
Pretty sure this pin could have had nothing and still give me trouble. Iíve heard on more than one occasion that Schon uses slow cure epoxy on their pins.
  
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10-22-2019, 05:52 PM

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Pretty sure this pin could have had nothing and still give me trouble. Iíve heard on more than one occasion that Schon uses slow cure epoxy on their pins.
I run length wise grooves for glue relief but they also lock the pin. I would dare say most of us use slow curing epoxy. Not that much of a problem removing.

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Question 10-27-2019, 08:14 PM

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You would be messing with the cue's integrity by then . And disasters can happen when drilling the handle.

You're already messing with the balance by a lot without that bolt.
By removing the weight bolt will, or will not affect the cue's integrity?

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