Pool/Billiards/I NEED HELP


I am looking for the main beam and the two cross beams dimensions to my 1976 Brunswick Monticello 2 Model # V.I.K Pool Table.

During a recent move, somehow they got left behind at the old house. If I get these dimensions I can reproduce them at work and put this table together. I would assemble the table and get the dimensions but I do not want to get the dimensions wrong.

Thank You for any help you can give me.


  I believe that you have a situation here where you will eithe have to have a woodworking shop reproduce them or do what I have done in the past., Brunswicks inner cross beams are usually 1.5 inchs minium in width you can sandwich 3/4 plywood and reconstruct these... There is one thing that is important here #1 The slate is attached at the outer box and generally there is no attachment these supports are of course additional support but used primarily to hold the integrity of the table when the slate is put on.. You need to just construct a close representation here and this will be sufficient to support this table..



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