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    Quote Originally Posted by DEATHTRON
    And a 2x4 too!

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    Whatever is cheapest....

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    Price on at 2x4 is $96.76 and the 4x8 is $148.76. Let me know if you want one and I can order them. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick
    Price on at 2x4 is $96.76 and the 4x8 is $148.76. Let me know if you want one and I can order them. thanks
    Thanks Rick,

    Now that President Bush has come to Canada to give thanks for our assistance post 9/11 and that Dubya is all lovey-dovey with our Prime Minister, in the interest of international cooperation and harmonious relations between our two nations, would Seybert accept my personal check in $Canadian bucks at par with your $US buck, eh : : :
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    I don't think that they'll accept a personal check from their next door neighbor :twisted:
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    I like my violin case, but sometimes it can be a pain to lug around but I have to. :lol:
    Shooting Cue: DZ Custom Cue w/ DZ Graphite Insert Shaft, 13mm + 314 shaft, 12.75mm, 19.23oz, Talisman Pro M
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    Do you remeber if the shaft fit with the tip up?
    Practice doesn't make perfect...perfect practice makes perfect.

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    Default Re: Porper cases

    A quality billiard cue case is a necessity to keeping that valuable collector pool cue of yours in good shape. You will find moderately priced popular brand of the hard tube type of case made by American manufactures Joe Porper.

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