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11-03-2019, 05:41 PM

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Slate. 5/8. Pick it up myself like a baby. You getting old Cobra.
7ft is 3/4" thick, 8ft is 7/8" thick. Diamond 9ft, 1" thick weighs 618lbs, I have no problem dead lifting 309lbs and placing it on boards at both ends to recover it. So, you should know your slates before you talk about them
  
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Slate. 5/8. Pick it up myself like a baby. You getting old Cobra.
I don't think I'm getting old, just a couple of years ago I installed a Diamond 10' one piece, 30mm slate pool table in Stan Shuffetts home. Had to read lift the dolly middle wheels off the plywood they punched holes through to get it up on the concrete, then had to dead lift the cart in the kitchen in order to turn it straight into the doorway it was going through, table on the cart weighs 1650lbs, picking up one end requires dead lifting 825lbs....could you do that??
  
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11-03-2019, 05:50 PM

Here's real info from an old post...

The table weight is about 700 lbs for a 93".
The slate is a little less than half the weight of the table.

Current production of the standard coin-op cougar 93" is 710 pounds.
Old production is 670 pounds.

The 43x83 slate for the 7 foot table weighs in at approximately 318 lbs.

Once the legs are removed and table on its side opposite the coin op you'll see the holes to grab and lift.
  
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11-03-2019, 05:52 PM

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I don't think I'm getting old, just a couple of years ago I installed a Diamond 10' one piece, 30mm slate pool table in Stan Shuffetts home. Had to read lift the dolly middle wheels off the plywood they punched holes through to get it up on the concrete, then had to dead lift the cart in the kitchen in order to turn it straight into the doorway it was going through, table on the cart weighs 1650lbs, picking up one end requires dead lifting 825lbs....could you do that??
I just write checks for that kind of work.
  
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11-03-2019, 05:56 PM

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Here's real info from an old post...

The table weight is about 700 lbs for a 93".
The slate is a little less than half the weight of the table.

Current production of the standard coin-op cougar 93" is 710 pounds.
Old production is 670 pounds.

The 43x83 slate for the 7 foot table weighs in at approximately 318 lbs.

Once the legs are removed and table on its side opposite the coin op you'll see the holes to grab and lift.
But your math is a little off, the table of conversation is a 44"88" model 101" table weight is 860lbs, slate is 425lbs...LOL
  
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11-03-2019, 06:01 PM

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But your math is a little off, the table of conversation is a 44"88" model 101" table weight is 860lbs, slate is 425lbs...LOL
Not my math
All I know is 2 guys move the table in question easily with slate out....cause I've done it.
  
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11-03-2019, 06:07 PM

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Not my math
All I know is 2 guys move the table in question easily with slate out....cause I've done it.
You do know that the Valley 8ft was built with particle board and later with plywood, right? The particle board cabinet weighs close to 500lbs with no slate in it. And that 8ft slate does weigh 425lbs. So I hate to tell you, but a 7ft Valley vs an 8ft Valley are completely different tables when it comes to moving them without the slates in the cabinets. So you MUST have been moving a 7ft with one other person with no problem, by the way....I move them by myself🤪
  
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11-03-2019, 06:12 PM

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Not my math
All I know is 2 guys move the table in question easily with slate out....cause I've done it.
You didn't do it easy with just 2 guys picking it up and carrying it in and downstairs if it was an 8ft, I guarantee it.
  
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11-04-2019, 12:09 AM

I have no dog in this but I remember taking a7’ Valley apart and us two guys carrying the slate separate and then two guys lifting the cabinet onto furniture dollys.And for a tiny table it was pretty heavy.
  
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11-04-2019, 01:29 AM

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I have no dog in this but I remember taking a7 Valley apart and us two guys carrying the slate separate and then two guys lifting the cabinet onto furniture dollys.And for a tiny table it was pretty heavy.
Add another couple of hundred pounds for an 8ft.
  
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