p. strawbridge
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cue tip
Date: March 07, 2005 04:10PM
ive just recently started to use the meucci pool cue i bought in florida a few years ago.
ive noticed quite a bit of improvement in my game,but id like to change the tip of my cue.
the tip is the original tip that was on the cue,so id like to get it replaced,so does anyone have any suggestions for which tips to buy?or whats the general consensus on this?



johnwims
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Re: cue tip
Date: March 08, 2005 12:32AM
paul, i'd suggest a moori, japaneese i think, expensive but last for ages

p. strawbridge
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Re: cue tip
Date: March 08, 2005 05:35AM
ok thanks john,moori it is 12....just ordered some..thanks again ...how long you over there for?

Chris the master cyclone
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Re: cue tip
Date: March 08, 2005 09:02AM
Hey paul. you couldnt order me some moori cue tips as there pretty hard to get over here. or maybe i'll buy one of the ones you bought.

As long as william the wizard doesnt try to put it on for me cos everytime he does it comes off on the same day. Sorry willy but your just no good at putting on cue tips. WELL NOT MINE AT LEAST.



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johnwims
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Re: cue tip
Date: March 09, 2005 10:51PM
got the residency so can stay as long as i want. got australian 9ball championship next month and if i win i get a spot in taiwan, so fingers crossed

Gareth
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Re: cue tip
Date: March 10, 2005 08:13AM
I have 13mm LePro tips for sale.

Price:

3 Euro each (or four tips for 10 Euro)
2 Pounds each (or four tips for 7 Pounds)

If anyone is interested they can email me or ask me at the next tourney.
I only have a limited quantity, so strictly first come first served.

Thanks,



Gareth Deegan
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Willie 'The Wizard' Dines
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Re: cue tip
Date: March 31, 2005 12:21PM
John, You're a Jammy git being able to play in the Phillipines!

I hope you're doing well out there because you know as well as I do, that you won't have it easy out there, especially when there's kids at 10 & 11 y.o. that can run racks!

Moori tips are the way to go, but it's also a matter of personal preference!

See ya later guys!

Willie



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