Aluminum Cue Clamp

Aluminum Cue Clamp

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$1.95 $1.50
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The Aluminum Cue Clamp is used to keep a newly glued tip in place until it is dry. It's easy to use, just simply slide the shaft into the ring size adjuster until it fits firmly and the tip is hitting the end of the clamp as shown on picture. This Cue Clamp features:

  • Made out of aluminum metal
  • 2 Piece clamp
  • Ring size adjuster, fits shafts up to 14mm
  • Measures 4 3/8" x 1 1/4"
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  • cue clamp
    4

    Posted by curt arbitman on Aug 24th 2017

    Nice for the price, very nice, but I go back to the days when the clamp had a small piece of leather to stop markings on the more expensive sticks. Easy to overcome by putting a small piece of felt or other soft object between the shaft and the clamp. For the price, very nice.

  • Clamp
    5

    Posted by Wayne on Mar 31st 2017

    Have not used it as of yet?

  • Cue Clamp
    5

    Posted by Allison on Mar 6th 2017

    Easy to navigate the website and the item was shipped quickly. I also was notified of shipping status.

  • Replace My Clamp
    5

    Posted by Leo J. Rizzo on Feb 25th 2017

    I tried to find a billiard company around my home in Bluffton SC and couldn't find one that had a cue clamp. Ozone had the proper clamp I needed. My tip fell off and I was in a spot until I called Ozone.

  • Great Tool
    5

    Posted by Christopher on Feb 9th 2017

    Definitely worked as intended with no issues. Great price as well!

  • Great Clamp
    5

    Posted by James on Feb 8th 2017

    does exactly as it's supposed to do.

  • READY TO FIX!
    5

    Posted by LEFTY on Jan 12th 2017

    HAD NOT HAD THIS ITEM FOR A WHILE BUT WITH THE GRANDSONS GETTING TALLER I AM PREPARED..

  • Works, but Use with Caution
    3

    Posted by Gary on Dec 10th 2016

    This clamp works as expected, but caution is needed in using it. The ring part of the clamp has a seam from the metal casting process, and it could scratch or dent the surface of a cue stick. The seam on the inside surface of the ring should be scraped to remove the thin, sharp surface. The inside surface should then be sanded or buffed to provide a smooth surface in the area that would contact a cue stick. It would be prudent to place a piece of paper, or perhaps a small piece cut from a note card, between the surface of the cue stick shaft and the clamp ring. If you use a very fast drying tip glue, this use of this clamp may not even be needed. Just apply pressure to the tip being glued for about one minute.

  • Simple but effective
    5

    Posted by Walter on May 3rd 2016

    Simple cheap tool, but works well.