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Rail profile for Hollywood tables? - 11-05-2019, 03:07 AM

Hey everyone, I have a Hollywood 9ft GPH-6001-E (ebony) and I want to change the rails but I can’t find the rail profile anywhere. Does anybody here know what it is? I wanted to change to diamond spec rails because there’s a diamond dealer near me and I love how they play.
  
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11-05-2019, 04:04 AM

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Hey everyone, I have a Hollywood 9ft GPH-6001-E (ebony) and I want to change the rails but I can’t find the rail profile anywhere. Does anybody here know what it is? I wanted to change to diamond spec rails because there’s a diamond dealer near me and I love how they play.
Better results if you use "Talk to a Mechanic" section.

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11-05-2019, 04:21 AM

Probably only one person who could answer that correctly and that would be RKC in the ask a mechanic forum.


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11-05-2019, 07:30 AM

Why not just measure the top of the cushion?
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11-05-2019, 08:39 AM

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Buy a Diamond. This topic has been beat to death in this section and the mechanics section over and over.... Good luck!

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11-05-2019, 08:42 AM

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Buy a Diamond.....This topic has been beat to death in this section and the mechanics section over and over.
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So has the response of.....”Buy a Diamond!”


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11-05-2019, 08:46 AM

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So has the response of.....”Buy a Diamond!”
I agree. The OP has a table and just wants to modify it.
  
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So has the response of.....”Buy a Diamond!”
It is the BEST option. He has a dealer near him. Telling him anything other answer is misleading. The work required to make it "play like a Diamond" far out weighs the value of the entire table. End of story.

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It is the BEST option. He has a dealer near him. Telling him anything other answer is misleading. The work required to make it "play like a Diamond" far out weighs the value of the entire table. End of story.

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I'm not a mechanic and i have a question: just what would a sub-rail job with parts, labor and new cloth cost? I have NO clue that's why i'm asking. Thanks
  
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11-05-2019, 08:59 AM

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I'm not a mechanic and i have a question: just what would a sub-rail job with parts, labor and new cloth cost? I have NO clue that's why i'm asking. Thanks
I am not a mechanic but in my area you are looking at $500-$1,000 depending on rubber and cloth.


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I have no idea if he has someone qualified to do such work. I would estimate $1200-$1500 with Artemis Cushions. That table is not even worth $500.00... Recovering it with Simonis is worth more than the table itself!

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I have no idea if he has someone qualified to do such work. I would estimate $1200-$1500 with Artemis Cushions. That table is not even worth $500.00... Recovering it with Simonis is worth more than the table itself!

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Never seen a Hollywood table. They Korean? That bad huh? Thought their 3c tables were supposed to be pretty nice. Pool not so much?

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I have no idea if he has someone qualified to do such work. I would estimate $1200-$1500 with Artemis Cushions. That table is not even worth $500.00... Recovering it with Simonis is worth more than the table itself!

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How much it going to run buying from a Diamond dealership next to him? lol

Sure if he wants a table that plays exactly like a Diamond, buy a diamond, but I would assume there is pretty huge price difference from sprucing up a table and buying from a dealership, or am I mistaken?

1,200-1,500 vs (I have no clue how much a new Diamond is installed, what like 5grand, 6grand?
  
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How much it going to run buying from a Diamond dealership next to him? lol

Sure if he wants a table that plays exactly like a Diamond, buy a diamond, but I would assume there is pretty huge price difference from sprucing up a table and buying from a dealership, or am I mistaken?

1,200-1,500 vs (I have no clue how much a new Diamond is installed, what like 5grand, 6grand?
The best "sprucing" would put generic MBS pink rubber on it( which ever it takes k55 or k66), CPBA Worsted Cloth on it and it would still out weight the actual value of the table.


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How much it going to run buying from a Diamond dealership next to him? lol

Sure if he wants a table that plays exactly like a Diamond, buy a diamond, but I would assume there is pretty huge price difference from sprucing up a table and buying from a dealership, or am I mistaken?

1,200-1,500 vs (I have no clue how much a new Diamond is installed, what like 5grand, 6grand?
I tend to agree but what do i know? Personally i wouldn't jack with it. Just hit a ton of balls on it. Going to a Diamond somewhere won't be this huge difference he thinks it is. If he really wants a Diamond, sell his Horrywood("1941" w/Belushi) and buy one.
  
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