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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-10-2011, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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Need help with "All-Tech pool table"

I am reaching out to all members down south....A couple of weeks ago I acquire this "All-Tech industries" pool table. Is in great shape for being a coin table from the sixties!

All-Tech is not around anymore as far as I know, maybe under a new name, time will tell. I don't know the value of this table in today's market nor I care. I really like the look of it and that is was made for outdoors, it makes a great conversation piece.

I have never attempted to restore something like this, that is where you guys come in. I'm looking for some direction as to where I may be able to find parts, refinish some parts....etc. for this table. All I was able to find out about this table is that it was made in Hialeah, Florida In the sixties! Most of what I have learned comes from this Old magazine (page 59) http://books.google.com/books?id=zwo...page&q&f=false

Any help on this matter will be greatly appreciated!

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-11-2011, 06:59 AM
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Can't help but thanks for the links.. Brings back some memories. Loved looking at the top 100 LP's and songs...
Good luck with your find...

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Check out someone that recovers the rugs on pool tables. Maybe a bigger company that's been around for awhile, have them come out to give you an estimate, then pick their brain while the're there.

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Lightbulb Here are some links I used for reseach

I also had an old All-Tech I bought for $100, it was an 8' sigle slate. I redid the rails and cloth, it plyed great.
http://www.poolfelt.com/cushrepl.html
http://www.poolfelt.com/pool_table_felt.html
http://www.lakesidebilliardsupply.co...ableparts.html
http://www.pooldawg.com/product/plas...mitre-set-of-4-
http://www.billiardsstore.com/display/bcat/price/95.cfm
http://www.bestbilliards.com/

Have fun and take your time, it will be worth it!
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