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US Billiards, Inc. Pool Table Model Help

US Billiards, Inc. Pool Table Model Help

Looking for any info on our pool table. Purchased second hand. It's a coin operated table, similar to ones found in bars? But the coin collect and ball trap mechanisms have been removed for residential play (done by the previous owner). It has the "H" frame. The legs are of a wood color with silver trim, but the upper part has been painted.

The only branding or info is the metal plate with the score dials that say "US Billiards, Inc Amityville, NY".

I also found some numbers inside the gaping hole that was left when ball trap was removed. The following is located on the back of the locking door and side panel:

P-9133 S-3-4684

Any ideas? I can add more pictures if needed.

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US Billiards, Inc. Pool Table Model Help

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  1. guestjohnnyTwoguns on 11/19/2018 12:11:53 PM

    I have this same table but with the drawer, I had to rebuild some of the guts because someone had tore stuff out so the balls would go straight out but I have everything working and made it work with a magnetic cue ball instead of the clearance wire it came with (I wanted the cue to be the same size) it plays great, I would like more info on the table myself

  2. guestbilliardsforum on 11/19/2018 12:45:15 PM

    Can you post a photo of your US Billiards pool table? I have the US Billiards catalogs, but I can't ID the model because the original poster's pool table was painted (and missing pieces).

  3. guestjohnnyTwoguns on 11/19/2018 12:52:54 PM

    I noticed the OP's pool table doesn't have the score keeper, so maybe it's a different model. Nonetheless, let me know if you want other pictures of anything specific from the pool table.




  4. guestbilliardsforum on 11/20/2018 1:15:13 PM

    I think you have some version of the U.S. Billiards Pro Series pool table. This line was available for a number of years and there are slight variations.




  5. guestjohnnyTwoguns on 11/20/2018 3:03:41 PM

    I'm thinking I have the pro 3 by the measurements and it has the USB cushions.

    I'm curious what the prices were new.

  6. guestuser1548948025 on 1/31/2019 7:20:26 AM

    Can I buy replacement pocket plastic liners for these U.S. Billiards tables?

    Mine are old and have turned brittle and are are now shattering when he ball hits the pocket before it drops.

    I need all 6 pocket liners.

    What info do I need to order replacement parts?

    Cam Persson

  7. guestjohnnyTwoguns on 1/31/2019 7:39:07 AM

    I just used some plastic webbed pool table pockets, cut the bottoms out, and trimmed everything to the size I needed.

  8. guestuser1578262644 on 1/5/2020 2:17:26 PM

    Looking for a replacement score keeper like the picture above.

    Aluminum frame with plastic dials with the numbers.

    Any idea where I can find one?

  9. guestuser1583513146 on 3/6/2020 8:45:48 AM

    I have recently purchased a U.S. Billiards pool table and was wondering where everyone gets their replacement cushions and cloth from.

  10. guestuser1578262644 on 3/6/2020 9:01:32 AM

    My felt came from Muellers but they didn't have rails so I bought those from Ozone Billiards.

  11. guestuser1583513146 on 3/6/2020 9:11:52 AM

    OK, thanks. The pool table is in great shape, I just wanted to update the felt and rails, and I’ve heard people saying it was hard to get parts.

  12. guestuser1578262644 on 3/6/2020 9:25:33 AM

    It can be hard to get manufacturer-specific parts for a U.S. Billiards pool table. For example, I cannot find the score keepers.

    Anything related to recovering a pool table is readily available.

  13. guestuser1587082906 on 4/16/2020 5:21:47 PM

    Do you guys know if the US Billiards Pro-3 pool table comes apart easily for moving?

    Mine is in a basement where there is a hallway at the bottom of the stairway. I am assuming we can get the legs off, but I am not sure that the body of the pool table will make the turn from the hallway up the stairs.

    Any suggestions?

  14. guestbilliardsforum on 4/18/2020 9:50:28 AM

    If it's a standard interior door, you should be fine with the legs off.

    You will need 3-5 strong folks to help you though. They're not light as you probably already know.

    If you carry it on it's side, and angle it upward (a bit more than 45 degrees) you should get it through the doorway no problem.

    Good luck!

  15. guestuser1578262644 on 4/18/2020 11:46:04 AM

    Does anyone know how to remove the scorekeepers from the rails of a US Billiards pool table?

    I have a pair like the one above. The scorekeeper has an aluminum frame with plastic dials.

  16. guestKent Jenkins on 6/22/2020 9:47:19 PM

    @user1578262644 - here are a few photos which might help:




  17. guestuser1578262644 on 6/23/2020 4:22:25 AM

    Thanks Kent.

    Did you pull that frame rail out to get clean access to the score counter screws?

  18. guestKent Jenkins on 6/23/2020 11:22:41 AM

    Yessir I pulled the top rail off to bring the whole unit into my basement.

  19. guestuser1578262644 on 6/23/2020 11:25:38 AM

    Thanks Kent! I'll give it a try!

  20. guestSpicyChurro on 9/29/2020 10:32:03 PM

    Following this discussion.

    I recently acquired a US Billiards Inc Pro 3 coin-op pool table and am looking to re-cloth and refinish it.

  21. guestuser1615654436 on 3/13/2021 8:53:57 AM

    Where do I find the serial number on a US Billiards PRO3 pool table?

    Do you have any pictures? The body of mine is a lighter color.

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US Billiards, Inc. Pool Table Model Help

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