Another quality import

JoeyInCali

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I think the tenon is off a little.
No. it's not threaded.
 

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ekb6760

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I've had dozens of those brought in for ferrule replacement over the years, they are a pain in the butt to work on!
 

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Michael Webb

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From a repair stand point, I hope they don't change. Whether it's made here or over seas. Repair it correctly, and get paid.
 

Kim Bye

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I see that all the time on cheap Chineese cues. This is what I do: Cut off ferrule and tennon, drill 5/16 hole, tap 3/8-16. turn down a piece of maple thread it 16 tpi, glue up, glue on Juma ferrulle, face flat, glue on a pressed Le pro and turn the whole thing to size.
I know these cues will come back for a new tip quite often, so it`w well worth the extra effort the first time around.
 
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