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    Jolly Cue - Ferrule and Tip Sander

    Norditalia Jolly Cue - Ferrule and Tip Sander
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    • Norditalia Jolly Cue - Ferrule and Tip Sander
    • Norditalia Jolly Cue - Ferrule and Tip Sander
    Incl. Tax: €39.90 Excl. Tax: €33.25
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    Jolly Cue - Ferrule and Tip Sander

    Jolly Cue Repair Tool: Replace your cue tip yourself.

    • Remove your old cue tip and prepare your billiard cue to receive a new tip.

    • Very useful ferrule and cue tip sander.

    • Suitable for shafts with a tip diameter between 10 and 14mm.

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    Jolly Cue - Cue Tip Replacement Instructions

    Norditalia Jolly Cue Ferrule and Tip Sander
    1. Open up the Jolly Cue repair tool
    Norditalia Jolly Cue Ferrule and Tip Sander
    2. Cut the billard cue tip with a cutter. Be careful to cut it as clean as possible without cutting the ferrule.

    Norditalia Jolly Cue Ferrule and Tip Sander
    3. Position the "clamp" part of the Jolly Cue tool on the shaft and insert the top part into into it. The sandpaper should be facing down onto the ferrule. Rotate until the cue tip is completely removed and the ferrule surface is clean of any glue residue

    Norditalia Jolly Cue Ferrule and Tip Sander
    4. Put your cue tip in one of the holes of the round plastic part. Then insert the other part with the sandpaper and rotate the sandpaper on the cue tip until the cue tip surface is rough. Now your cue tip is ready to be glued onto your cue shaft.
    Jolly cue ferrule and tip sander tool instructions
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    this 1 is good for ferrule slipper Review bytai
    i like it (Posted on January 4, 2016)
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    Perfect tool Review byPetros Andrikopoulos
    Perfect tool for minor repairs, gives you a good control of the process with less risk for damaging the shaft or ferrule.
    My humble advice is not to fit the shaft too tightly, no need to. You might want to wrap the shaft with paper tape or fit some into the shaft sockets of the tool.
    You may also fit the shaft one point at ferrule so you only fit one wood point on the other end.
    All this should avoid you any dents on the shaft while working with the tool.
    A must have for a player that travels a lot, a local player or a club that wishes to provide minor repairs to customers. (Posted on May 25, 2013)
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