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Identify a "Premier Line Custom Designed" Pool Cue

Identify a "Premier Line Custom Designed" Pool Cue

I am trying to identify this pool cue so that I can replace the shaft.

I bought 4 cues in the mid-1980s, all with this label.

Premier Line
Custom Designed

Note that the stud / joint pin is attached to the shaft end of the joint, not the butt end.

Anybody have any ideas? Thanks for any help you can provide to identify the model of this pool cue.



Identify a "Premier Line Custom Designed" Pool Cue

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  1. user1620856776billiardsforum on 5/21/2021 7:59:13 AM

    It's going to be tough. These cues are low-end import cues, likely with custom joint pins and inserts.

    New shaft replacements likely won't be available.

    Does the cue have sentimental value to you?

    These cues can be found on eBay, CraigsList, and other classified sites for under $20 in most cases. Just buy another one (or similar) if you can find a matching pin (measure the pin length, and count the threads, and you'll end up with a pin spec like 3/8" X10, for example, for comparison purposes.

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  2. user1620856776user1620856776 on 5/24/2021 6:34:11 AM

    Thanks for your help with the cue info.

    The cues have no sentimental value, I just like the wood design on the handles. I have two that have a parquet inlay and two others that are carved.

    I will try eBay, as you recommended.

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Identify a "Premier Line Custom Designed" Pool Cue

  • Title: Identify a "Premier Line Custom Designed" Pool Cue
  • Author: (Al Free)
  • Published: 5/12/2021 2:59:37 PM
  • Last Updated: 5/21/2021 7:51:07 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)