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GoldCrown

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Got 2 from 1. Was a house cue. It's now a Cue Horn and Tire Checker....maybe I should have posted this under Cue Review.
 

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GoldCrown

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No this is the new for sale forum:rolleyes:

I could not sell the Billy....points are not even.
Do you think it would make a good bar beater...hehe. There's nothing like good piece of maple.
Nothing I have is for sale....and I cannot be bought....maybe I should run for office:thumbup:
 
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pt109

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I was hesitant to convert this cue....
...but I took the plunge

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GoldCrown

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Wondering same thing. What's a tire checker?

TIRE CHECKER?THUMPER: Drivers of big rigs, with a gazillion tires, don’t want to take the time to apply a pressure gauge to each one, so periodically they go around swinging their thumpers and listening for the sound. If a tire is fully pressurized, the thumper makes a satisfying “thump’’ as it hits the rubber. If the tire is low on air, it makes a different sound.
That’s the “official’’ way to use a tire thumper.

Not sure what else it can be used for.:confused::grin:
 
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hang-the-9

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TIRE CHECKER?THUMPER: Drivers of big rigs, with a gazillion tires, don’t want to take the time to apply a pressure gauge to each one, so periodically they go around swinging their thumpers and listening for the sound. If a tire is fully pressurized, the thumper makes a satisfying “thump’’ as it hits the rubber. If the tire is low on air, it makes a different sound.
That’s the “official’’ way to use a tire thumper.

Not sure what else it can be used for.:confused::grin:

I do the same thing to check for idiots. Get a few false positives but long as I keep my sprinting in good form it ends up OK.
 

jimmyco

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TIRE CHECKER?THUMPER: Drivers of big rigs, with a gazillion tires, don’t want to take the time to apply a pressure gauge to each one, so periodically they go around swinging their thumpers and listening for the sound. If a tire is fully pressurized, the thumper makes a satisfying “thump’’ as it hits the rubber. If the tire is low on air, it makes a different sound.
That’s the “official’’ way to use a tire thumper.

Not sure what else it can be used for.:confused::grin:


This.

Plus all tires except the steers are duals, so if one is a little low, it cannot be visually checked, as the other tire will keep it from squatting..
 

GoldCrown

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Top Horn is from a worn house cue. The finish is CA (crazy glue). I think I found a home for retired cues. Someday when I'm totally bored I'll make one with rings, wrap and maybe a 2 piece. :D
 

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pt109

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I wuz wonderin’ GoldC.....can you do anything with this one?

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