Balance Rite Forward Weighted Cue Extension - 3/8 x 10

Balance Rite Forward Weighted Cue Extension - 3/8 x 10

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$39.99 $31.99
SKU:
CCS00387
Availability:
Usually ships the next business day
Color:
Natural
Size:
3.75 In.

The Balance Rite Forward Weighted Cue Extension - 3/8 x 10 instantly extends the length of your cue by 3 3/4". This fully removable weighted cue extension readjusts the natural forward weight of your cue to accommodate the extra length for a perfectly balanced, perfectly fluid stroke. The Balance Rite Cue Extension gives tall people a correct stroke and short people the length they need for all situations. The Balance Rite Forward Weighted Cue Extension - 3/8 x 10 features:

  • Instantly Extends the Length of Your Cue by 3 3/4"
  • Weights 2 Ounces
  • Small Enough to Fit in Your Case Pocket
  • Fits Between the Cue Butt and Shaft for Optimal Stability
  • Screws On and Off in Seconds
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  • A O.K.
    5

    Posted by JUSCOOL on Jul 6th 2017

    Adds a nice balance.

  • extension
    5

    Posted by Richard Beall on May 10th 2017

    Great add perfect balanced fit well 1985 McDermott looks nice

  • cue extender
    5

    Posted by Charles Nerko on Dec 27th 2016

    very good addition to my Cue. We went to larger tables and this definitely helps with the reach. Very well balanced dont even notice it. A bit pricy!

  • Compact extension
    5

    Posted by Bruce Abraham on Dec 18th 2016

    Small enough to fit in your cue case. I have one for my lucasi and McDermott cue and use them all the time. You don't lose any balance in your cue and it comes in handy when you need that inch or two before going for the bridge. Wish they made one for cutec cues.

  • creates longer bridge hand
    2

    Posted by Rick on Apr 20th 2015

    I cannot get used to it due to the new weight distribution. I like to keep my bridge hand about 6" away from cue ball. When I use the Balance Rite, I feel I need to keep my hand back at least 8" to feel the weight right/balance forward. I have less control with such a long bridge. My only use for it is a medium-long shot, but it is too much to unscrew just for one shot where a back extension or table bridge will do.

  • Weighted cue extention
    5

    Posted by Gerald on Sep 7th 2014

    Worked as advertised. Felt like i still had control of the cue on that long reaching shot. Would recommend to all.