about Uni-Loc Joint Protector?

Adonisy

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Hello , I want to make Uni-Loc joint protector
(see attach file1)

I see follow article

http://www.cuestik.com/supportdata/UNI-LOC PIN INSTALATION-FULL.pdf

but just say how install uni-loc into butt ...

if I want to produce Uni-Loc joint protector , how can I do?

(1)7/16-20 tap , for UNI-LOC 7/16-20 BRASS INSERT (as female)
(2)5/16-14 tap , and 5/16-14 joint Protector pin (as male)
(see attach file 2)

does that right? thanks

or what can I do? thanks
 

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sixballrun

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i recently made a couple sets of my own joint protectors for uni-loc cues, and i used the aluminum jump cue pins.

http://www.cuestik.com/cuestik/cata...d=3975&secid=228&linkon=subsection&linkid=419

with these, all you have to do is bore out the appropriate depth for the
"piloted" brass insert, and tap 5/16 x 14 hole to the right length.
what i liked about these pins, is you can grind off the end of them to make a shorter joint protector.

i also noticed that guide posted on atlas is missing some of the illustrations that it refers too, and doen't have any info on the dimensions of the brass inserts. i e-mailed paul from uni-loc, and he sent me all the info i needed.

that is what i found to be the easiest way.

btw, that second post you made is not a uni-loc pin, and will not fit, i still have yet to find me ANYONE that can tell me what the thread count of a uni-loc is. :mad:
 

Adonisy

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sixballrun said:
btw, that second post you made is not a uni-loc pin, and will not fit, i still have yet to find me ANYONE that can tell me what the thread count of a uni-loc is. :mad:

thanks.... I looked my jump cue yesterday and I bought JUMP CUE PIN ....

thanks your suggestion

:p
 
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