WWW homepages for Cue makers/dealers.

WWW homepages for Cue makers/dealers.

Post by t.. » Tue, 11 Jul 1995 04:00:00


If any of you custom cue makers or distributers are interested in
advertising on the WWW, drop me a line. I have a sammple online of
what type of page you can expect. Please note that this is just a
sample, and the pages can be taylored to fit your individual needs.

The WWW address is http://thunderstorm.com

If you have further questions or don't have access to the WWW then let me
know - I would be glad to help!

Thanks - Travis

 
 
 

WWW homepages for Cue makers/dealers.

Post by Mathew Cucuzel » Fri, 14 Jul 1995 04:00:00


Quote:

>If any of you custom cue makers or distributers are interested in
>advertising on the WWW, drop me a line. I have a sammple online of
>what type of page you can expect. Please note that this is just a
>sample, and the pages can be taylored to fit your individual needs.

>The WWW address is http://thunderstorm.com

>If you have further questions or don't have access to the WWW then let me
>know - I would be glad to help!

>Thanks - Travis

When I bought my table, I got a list of guidlines. I'll look for the
info when I can. The basic idea is that your room should be:

    <inside rail to opposite inside rail> +
    <a full cue lenght> +
    <minimum stroke length, at least 3 inches, 5 or 6 would be great>

I'm sorry I don't have inside rail (by this I mean the distance on
the table from the surface of the rails the ball can hit) distances
for 7, 8 and 9 foot tables, but any table maker/seller can give you
this.

-mat