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Looking for Information on Old Us Billiards Inc Table

Looking for Information on Old Us Billiards Inc Table

Looking for any information on this table – year, parts or manual would help a lot.







Looking for Information on Old Us Billiards Inc Table

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  1. JPennbilliardsforum on 2/14/2019 5:13:08 PM

    This is a U.S. Billiards "Butcher Block" coin-op pool table from the 1970s era.

    The company is long gone, so the only real source of parts is to watch classifieds for folks selling these pool tables.

    Good luck though.



  2. JPennJPenn on 2/14/2019 5:21:33 PM

    Thanks for the quick reply.

    I'm most looking to replace the rails, is there a similar table that I can order parts from? Everything else is in complete functioning order.

  3. JPennbilliardsforum on 2/14/2019 5:24:11 PM

    What specifically do you mean when you say "the rails"? Cushions? The Actual wood rails (top)? Something else?

    I have to clarify because people misuse that term all the time, so just checking.

  4. JPennJPenn on 2/14/2019 5:34:37 PM

    I'm looking to replace the rubber, I fear it's dry and cracked, and then recover them. Or can I buy them already covered.

    Currently, I'm looking at buying either of these cushion sets:

    • penguinamusement.com/details.php?pid=rubber
    • penguinamusement.com/details.php?pid=rails_covered

    Also, do you know what makes the cue ball return properly? Is it a magnetic cue ball or is it a different sized cue ball?

  5. JPennbilliardsforum on 2/14/2019 6:06:21 PM

    Cushions are the one part you should be able to order generically once you know the correct profile.

    Haul the existing ones out, measure the angles and the width of each side. You should be able to order replacements no problem. Just make sure you select the correct profile (width and depth).

    Just a few of the most common profiles:


    Regarding the cue ball return - I am not certain, but you should be able to figure it out if you can remove the apron and inspect the ball return mechanism in action.

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Looking for Information on Old Us Billiards Inc Table

  • Title: Looking for Information on Old Us Billiards Inc Table
  • Author: (Jason Pennington)
  • Published: 2/14/2019 4:41:45 PM