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Schuler Legacy Cues Crystal Lake IL

NOTE: Ray Schuler Custom Cues has moved and this location is CLOSED.

Schuler Legacy Cues Crystal Lake has moved in the past. Here is the list, in order, of locations:

  1. Schuler Cue - 540 W Colfax St in Palatine, IL (previous location)
  2. Schuler Cue - 345 Memorial Dr in Crystal Lake, IL (this page)
  3. Schuler Cue - 309 Market St in Nekoosa, WI (latest location)

Schuler Legacy Cues Crystal Lake IL

Schuler Cue Address

Schuler Cue

345 Memorial Dr Ste A
Crystal Lake, IL 60014-6226 USA
  • McHenry County
  • Timezone: CST
Schuler Cue of Crystal Lake, IL is part of the Schuler Cue franchise/group of companies. Other nearby Schuler Cue locations include:

Alternate Names

  • Schuler Cue
  • Ray Schuler Custom Cues
  • Holz Schuler Cue
  • Holz, Inc.
  • Crinques, Inc.
  • Ray Schuler Cues
  • Crinques, Inc.
  • Holz Incorporated

Contact Schuler Cue

Reach Schuler Cue using the contact info below:

Schuler Legacy Cues Crystal Lake Phone Number

  • (847) 776-7769 (Billiard Supply Sales)
  • (888) 843-1283 ((888) THE-1-CUE - Cue Sales - Toll Free)
  • (847) 340-1122

Schuler Cue Website


  • (847) 776-6826


  • schulercue@aol.com
  • info@schulercue.com
  • bryantrim@sbcglobal.net

Schuler Cue Facebook

  • https://www.facebook.com/pages/Schuler-Cue/158021989183

Schuler Cue Twitter

  • https://twitter.com/schulercue

Schuler Legacy Cues Crystal Lake - Manufacturer Info

The Last Word in Custom Crafting

If it needs to be custom made, Schuler is equal to the task. We will do whatever is necessary to fit the cue to the individual. Whether you need a special shaft taper, or a smaller diameter on the butt section, extra length, or whatever it may be that makes the cue fit you, we at Schuler Cues are dedicated to using our talents and abilities to create a cue especially for you!

History of Schuler Cue

Basically story goes as follows: The original guy, Ray Schuler made cues for many years under SCHULER CUE, INC. (IL corp # 56712674) up to his death in November 2002. After this, Terry Trim bought the company and rights to the name Schuler Cue, etc. and made "Schuler Legacy Cues" (SLC) up until sometime early in 2009. Terry dissolved SCHULER CUE, INC. At this point he liquidated his plant and equipment, and no longer does the manufacturing. However, he still retains the rights (Under IL corp "SCHULER, LLC"). Now, the manufacturing is done at the Jacoby cue factory (309 Market St. Nekoosa, WI 54457), and the Shuler Legacy Cues are still being sold under the SLC name. I am sure I have missed parts of the story, but this is the gist/summary. There is a huge difference in value and demand for cues made by Ray himself (pre-2002, with Ray's signature) vs. "Schuler LEGACY Cues (SLC)" made after Ray's passing under management of Terry.

Ray Schuler Cue Advantage

  • Precision - Probably the most exciting feature of the Schuler joint is its ability to be interchanged with other Schuler joints. This means that any Schuler shaft will fit any Schuler butt, and shafts may be ordered by phone!
  • Engineering - The Schuler joint design adds less weight to the joint than most other cue's stud screw alone would add. The joint has been engineered to eliminate unnecessary weight.
  • Strength - The Schuler joint uses lightweight metal hardware, instead of wood-screw, or metal-into-wood jointed cues. Those cues must be handled in such a way as not to harm the fragile wooden threads of the joint. The Schuler joint has the strength of a heavy steel mechanism -- without the weight, and all the feel of a wooden-screw joint -- without the fragility.
  • Transmission The wood-to-wood contact transmits the full intensity of the stroke to the ball, without chunks of metal in the way to dampen feedback.
  • Feel - Schuler cues have their weight distributed naturally throughout the cue, instead of having up to 3 ounces of metal deposited at the joint. This allows for a better feel in the player's hand.
  • Feedback - The flat-faced, wood-to-wood joint gives the solid Schuler feel while delivering the power of the stroke and transmitting feedback to the hand, like a fine performance automobile transmits the feel of the road.
  • Security - The fit of the Schuler joint gets tighter as the faces draw near. This lets you know that the cue is solidly joined. No more worrying about over-tightening.
  • Durability - The Schuler joint is also designed to be extremely durable. With over twenty years of Schuler cues in the field, the integrity of the Schuler joint has fully proved itself, and is still in use on all of our cues today.

Schuler Legacy Cues Crystal Lake Business Information

Entity ID 56712674
US SOS ID 56712674
Entity Legal Name SCHULER CUE, INC.
Entity's Former Registered Name
NameEnd Date
CRINQUES, INC. 1992-03-10T00:00:00
HOLZ INCORPORATED 2003-10-30T00:00:00
Entity US State of Registration IL
Date Registered 2/10/1992
Date Dissolved 7/10/2009
Date of Last Data Refresh 4/7/2015 2:58:05 PM

Schuler Legacy Cues Crystal Lake Employees

Ray SchulerFounder, Owner, Cuemaker
Terry TrimOwner, Cue Maker
Vernie VadnaisOffice Managervernie@schulercue.com
Bryan TrimOwner, Cue Maker, Managerbryan@schulercue.com


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  • Tertiary Administrative Area: Schuler Cue in Algonquin
  • Title: Schuler Legacy Cues Crystal Lake
  • Author: (Billiards Forum)
  • Published: 1/3/2014 2:35:02 PM

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