Having tried a piece of 5/8" Northern Rubber along the top end of a table I'm working on, I can say that it is way better than the 3/8" I currently have.
So I need to know if it is worth even considering 5/8" Chinese rubber or to know it is probably only comparable to the 3/8" L-shape I have anyway. I'd like more bounce, more return just like that one piece of northern rubber gave.
so has anyone a piece of 7/8" Northern Rubber made for the big snooker tables I could at least try? 33" long or 56" long would do.
I then also have to consider if a company i know could take some of that 7/8" and peel 4-5mm off?
any thoughts and anyone with a strip please contact.
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