Product Line Full Name: Maximum Max Series Cues by Maximum Cues
Common Abbreviation: Maximum "MAX" Line
Production Date(s): The Meucci Maximum MAX-6 Pool Cue was produced from around 1995-01-01 to 1998-12-31.
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Meucci Maximum MAX-6 Pool Cue eBay Jun 2017
A Meucci Maximum MAX-6 pool cue that was for sale on eBay in June 2017. From the seller:
Meucci Maximum wood grain pool cue with exposed linen wrap. Great Pool Stick! Excellent Brand! Good Condition! Does Not Come In A Case.
Meucci Maximum MAX-6 Pool Cue Wood Grain
A Meucci Maximum MAX-6 wood grain pool cue with exposed linen wrap and Eliminator soft pool cue case for sale on eBay in July 2017.
Meucci Maximum MAX-6 Cue Sold July 2018
A Meucci Maximum MAX-6 cue stick that was for sale in July, 2017 on eBay. From the seller: Nice 17.5 ounce Meucci with an open wrap (e.g. wrap is exposed and not clear-coated like most Meucci cues. 13mm Shaft rolls good but the butt is warped approximately one credit card's thickness.
Used Meucci Maximum MAX-6 Pool Cue
A used Meucci Maximum MAX-6 cue that was for sale in June 2020. From the seller: This Meucci Maximum MAX6 cue is used and has some light scratches visible on the black colored parts of the cue. The white area has some stains from the chalk. See pictures. The pool cue does NOT come with a case.
1990s Meucci MAX-6 Pool Cue
A 19oz Meucci MAX-6 pool cue that was for sale in Feb. 2022. From the seller: This is the 1990s Meucci MAX-6 pool cue from the Meucci Maximum series. It was a simple line with excellent cost performance, but now it looks fresh in terms of color balance and ring design. The condition is good for how old the cues is, and the damage is so small that you probably feel that it looks brand new. There are no noticeable scratches or dents on the shaft, but there is a tiger-like residue of the sealant from the tip to near the base of the shaft and when you trace it with your finger, it feels like unevenness, so you need to make adjustments such as sanding.
Meucci Maximum MAX-6 Pool Cue Info
Meucci Maximum MAX-6 Pool Cue Specs
17.5" from butt
1990's Meucci-style black rubber push-in bumper.
Meucci-style black synthetic butt cap
Meucci-style black synthetic buttsleeve
Comes standard at 58 inches, but all Meucci Maximum MAX series cues are available in 50", 54", 57", and 58" by special request.
Standard Meucci synthetic ferrule
Stained hardwood forearm
In general, they are identifiable with an engraved white "Maximum" logo on the butt sleeve near the wrap (though some early versions didn't have the logo).
Black Meucci synthetic joint collar
Joint Pin Size:
Joint Pin Type:
Flat-faced wood-to-wood joint.
Engraved "Maximum" Logo
White engraged Maximum logo is found on the top of the buttsleeve near the wrap.
The Meucci Max-1 cue is guaranteed for 1 year against construction defects not related to warpage or abuse
Number of Points:
Mass Production Cue.
Two thin red rings surround white rectangular inlays. This pattern exists on the buttsleeve and at the joint collars.
Comes with one 13mm shaft made from rock maple.
Standard 14" straight taper
Fireproof urethane finish
Comes standard with a LePro cue tip.
(see "Weight Options")
18oz to 21oz, in half-ounce increments are available.
Meucci Factory in Olive Branch, MS
Comes standard with an exposed white/cream/tan Irish linen with black speckles. Other wrap styles can be selected on custom orders.
Meucci Maximum MAX-6 Pool Cue Value
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Meucci Maximum MAX-6 Pool Cue MSRP
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These Meucci Maximum cues are very good. They are well balanced with excellent finish. For a reasonably priced cue of this quality I have seen similar cues actually sell for $200. And in my view it is worth it. They are usually very straight, provide a very nice stroke, and have a professional turn on shaft. This cue plays better than most players are capable of playing.
They are worth every penny. If you find a nice shape Meucci Maximum Max 6, buy it. You will love it. They are every bit as good as the specialty cues that sell for $600 to $800 dollars in my estimation.