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J. Pechauer Custom Cues

PECHAUER CUSTOM CUES are available online now at ACbilliards.

J. Pechauer

THE PECHAUER PROCESS BEGINS WITH JERRY … HIMSELF SELECTING THE MAPLE LOGS THAT MAKE UP DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE POOL CUE.

THEY’RE THEN CUT ON [his] OWN SAW AND DRIED IN THEIR SPECIALIZED KILN BEFORE BEING COMBINED AND MARRIED WITH OTHER EXOTIC WOODS.

PARTS AND COMPONENTS, WHICH MOST CUE-MAKERS PURCHASE EXTERNALLY, ARE MADE IN PECHAUER‘S OWN CUSTOM SHOP. STAINLESS STEEL JOINT SCREWS AND COLLARS, BRASS INSERTS, SPECIAL “CT” TIP FERRULES, FIBER FERRULES, WEIGHT SCREWS, BUTT PLATES AND INLAYS, ARE ALL INDIVIDUALLY CRAFTED IN-HOUSE TO ASSURE … QUALITY.

FLAWLESSLY FINISHED BY MASTER CUEMAKERS: A CUE THAT BEARS THE … SIGNATURE IS YOUR ASSURANCE OF SUPERIOR CRAFTSMANSHIP AND COLLECTABLE QUALITY.

Tradition

Not knowing any better, Jerry purchased a wood lathe to make a shaft. With some creative alterations he was able to make a shaft fit that Hoppe cue. Next a drill press along with a lathe chuck allowed him to install joints. An avid pool player, Jerry took his love for the game and developed a hobby that would become a passion and a family business for himself and his son Joe. In 1963 two major events occurred in the development and future of J. Pechauer Custom Cues. Jerry completed his first pool cue and Joe was born.

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