Retipping Your Pool Cue

On March 19, 2008, in Pool Cue Tips, by Michael Feiman

This is probably one of the most intimidating parts of maintaining your pool cue.  It really isn’t that hard, as you’re just cutting off the old tip and gluing on a new one, but if you don’t do it right, you can do some serious damage to your cue.  If you’re looking to replace your own pool cue tip, I highly recommend Terry Macioge’s excellent book “How to Tip a Pool Cue“.  The book goes into great detail discussing not only how to replace your tip, but also discusses how to shape, scuff and even select the right tip for you.

2 Responses to Retipping Your Pool Cue

  1. Terry says:

    Hi Guys,
    Michael, Thanks for the endorsement, greatly appreciated. I’m a firm believer that every first time cue purchaser or any pool table purchaser should have or be given a copy of this book. As you say there is a lot of information included and it can be beneficial to all the novice who are just beginning to play the game.
    Wishing PoolDawg the best of success in this 2014 year. Hope your sales keep improving.
    Due to my health I no longer attend the shows so it’s guys like you that keep the sport alive. Keep up the good work.
    Sincerely,
    Terry Macioge
    Author
    “How to Tip a Pool Cue, the Laymen’s Guide”

  2. Thanks Terry! It’s a great book, so we’re always happy to tell our customers about it.

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