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Is it normal for a Cuetec R360 shaft to show some warpage when rolled on a pool table from brand new? I have gotten two so far and they are both warped. It doesn't seem right to me.

a new cue should not be warped, especially one that you pay good money for.
this is from their web site:
Cuetec's composite cladding of either graphite or fiberglass completely encases the solid wood core in an armor of high-tech synthetic material. This "Power Bonding Process" protects the cue from warping by locking out moisture and temperature changes.

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Changing of cue tips

Yeah, you can buy these kind of cue tips from online. Even, I want to prefer you a place where you can get these types of billiards kits from here. Pool Tables

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Do most billiard tables have warranty?

If you bought your table from a solid company you should have a lifetime warranty over your table. I can tell you that my table has lifetime warranty and I bought from Minnesota Fats Pool Tables.

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How can I prevent my billiard cue from warping?

There are several ways to prevent the warping of a pool cue:

  • - Avoid leaning your cue up against any surface as it may cause your cue to bend
  • - Keep your cue away from any source of heat.
  • - Do not leave your cue in direct sunlight
  • - Store your cue away properly, preferably in a hard case, providing much needed protection from temperatures and moisture.

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Is there a difference between billiards and pool?

Both are cue sports. For all essential purposes, pool is a type of billiards. Billiards is a game played with a cue which is used to strike balls, moved around a cloth-covered table. Billiards is broken up into two types of game varieties: Carom and pool.

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Where can I buy a hard cue case online for my billiard cue?

There is such a wide variety of cue cases for sale online that I strongly suggest you do you homework. I have found a few good sites for you to browse through.

Jul 25, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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What is a billiard cue made out of?

The primary wood used for the shaft is hard rock maple; however nowadays cues can be made out of a wide variety of materials, including plastic, metal, even diamonds!

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What type of cue ball does an older coin operated dynamo pool table use . it has the weighted section in the ball return ? Thanks

Weighted cue balls are most commonly used in older Dynamo pool tables. These tables actually have three methods of distinguishing cue balls from numbered balls. They have a shunt for over-sized cue balls, a magnet for magnetic cue balls and a patented designed weighted cue ball return. Billiard balls weigh 6 ounces. The slightly heavier cue ball rolls through the separation interchange, activates a rocker dropping the cue ball into the hairpin turn leading to the head of the pool table.

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