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Identify a Dynamo Pool Table

Identify a Dynamo Pool Table

Does anyone know what type of pool table this is and or what the model number might be? I think it might be a Valley-Dynamo pool table.

If not, does it at least look to be a billiard table of decent quality?

I am asking because I am getting it for a couple hundred bucks.

Identify a Dynamo Pool Table

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  1. blackssluminaZeke on 11/7/2012 8:14:23 PM

    I think you did okay !

    Getting underneath with a flashlight and laying on the floor - looking up - may reveal some markings that could help ID the table. No head or foot tags of any kind ?

  2. blackssluminablacksslumina on 11/7/2012 9:58:16 PM

    Thanks I haven't physically seen it yet, but have found out its a Dynamo. Anyone have personal knowledge on this brand?

  3. blackssluminaZeke on 11/8/2012 6:59:31 AM

    I wouldn't wait on this one. "A few hundred" - if the table is anywhere near what the photo looks like, is a great deal.

    Finding a good tech to take it apart and re-assemble it at your place, will be something to consider; both with regard to "total cost" of the deal - and just how well the table performs - after it's moved from his place to yours.

    If the cushions, felt or pockets need changing or repairs, you need a tech that has more than just a strong back to move it and reset it up. Changing cushions and/or the felt - if desired, should of course, be done when the table is being reassembled.

    By doing it then, you'll save more than a few bucks...

  4. blackssluminablacksslumina on 11/8/2012 8:40:44 AM

    Yea its 2 hours away from me so I'm trying to find a someone to disassemble and load on my trailer and then I will have it re-assembled and re-felted. I think I want it done in either red or blue cloth.

    I am sure that it is definitely a slate bed pool table. I saw that it was originally purchased for $2399. But other than the price it was acquired for and the Brand name DYNAMO, I have no other information on it.

    I am assuming that the legs come off and the table stays intact. Whats the best method for moving it? I have already tried to find a company to move it but they are quoting me upwards of $1300 to move it a 100 miles. So other than 2 heavy duty moving dollies, moving quilts, tie down straps, and strong guys, will I need anything else?

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Identify a Dynamo Pool Table

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  • Published: 11/6/2012 1:21:03 PM