Centennial pedestal problem

gsm1sw

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I sent these out to be refinished. but in the process of doing so the person refinishing became ill and could not complete the job. I retrieved the parts but did not notice that the pedestals were missing some wood until I tried to reattach the aluminum. As you can see there is a 1" gap between the aluminum and the top of the wood.

Does anyone have any pictures of the pedestal bottom without the aluminum on it so I can make the necessary repairs?

Thanks.
 

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scruffy1

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See if these will help. you are really only missing the main pedestal and the 2 foot pads.If you need exact dimensions, feel free to call.

John
 

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Steve Dickey

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Here are some pads.

http://www.classicbilliards.net/html/AntiquePoolTablePartsProducts.cfm?img=apd_ft.jpg&item=APD/FT&price=$17.50&Shipping=$12.00&Desc=Anniversary leg bottom poplar wood Pads

I give up, check under Anniv/Cent Parts.
 
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ROB.M

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Here are some pads.

http://www.classicbilliards.net/html/AntiquePoolTablePartsProducts.cfm?img=apd_ft.jpg&item=APD/FT&price=$17.50&Shipping=$12.00&Desc=Anniversary leg bottom poplar wood Pads

I give up, check under Anniv/Cent Parts.

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I hate it when that happens, that link does the same thing to be...








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