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10-05-2019, 06:04 AM

[QUOTE=jeephawk;6490073]Brunswick's website lists a 8 "home" "option" at 44X88 for the Anniversary when looking though the archives. Assume that's accurate but just going by the info there for reference.

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10-05-2019, 06:37 AM

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Thanks for measuring your table. I checked the archives and never found a pro 8 footer (46 X 92) listed as an option for the Anniversary. I could of overlooked it though. The pro option for all models was just listed as the 9 footer. I look at tables for sale quite a bit and from memory it seems that all the 8 foot Anniversary and Centennials that I see are advertised as 8 foot pro (46 X 92), which makes me think the info on the Brunswick site could possibly be wrong. You measured yours at 46 X 92 so we know for sure the pro was offered in the 8 ft version.
I agree, that kind of "summary" Brunswick has for the Anniversary and Centennials is a bit misleading, IMO.
  
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10-05-2019, 07:22 AM

See Dean is right, pictures do cause confusion


A bull without horns is still dangerous.

Law of logical arguement-Anything is possible when you dont know what you are talking about.

  
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10-07-2019, 01:02 PM

They used the term pro to indicate it was oversize (pro size 8 footer), not that it had pro cut pockets.

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