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OB Classic Tip - 06-21-2019, 01:23 PM

Alex Brick (RIP), made a cue for me using a factory OB Classic shaft. I really liked the tip but since Alex has passed I am not sure what tip was used. Do OB Classic shafts normally come with a standard pad and tip?


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06-21-2019, 08:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Tennesseejoe View Post
Alex Brick (RIP), made a cue for me using a factory OB Classic shaft. I really liked the tip but since Alex has passed I am not sure what tip was used. Do OB Classic shafts normally come with a standard pad and tip?

I'm pretty sure they were Everest tips. Back then, they had no red dyed layers in them. I liked those better than today's Everest.


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