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Topic: Chop Cup Balls
Message: Posted by: jsheas (Dec 17, 2005 10:28PM)
I am looking for a reputable online seller of chop cup balls. Any help would be appriciated.
Message: Posted by: Dave V (Dec 18, 2005 12:08AM)
It's difficult to find separate chop balls because of variations in cups. I think Rings N Things has good ones that are somewhat adjustable. What kind of cup do you need it for?
Message: Posted by: jsheas (Dec 18, 2005 03:01PM)
Thanks. I have a wooden chop cup.
Message: Posted by: jsheas (Dec 18, 2005 03:23PM)
Is rings and things an online store?
Message: Posted by: Bill Palmer (Dec 18, 2005 04:37PM)
On 2005-12-18 16:01, jsheas wrote:
Thanks. I have a wooden chop cup.

Could you be more specific? Do you know who made it?

The reason that we ask these questions is that different chop cups have different requirements. RnT 2 has an online store at http://www.rnt2.com, but finding the correct ball for your cup may not be an easy task on line.

Rings N Things has been out of business for about 30 years.
Message: Posted by: Mad Jake (Dec 18, 2005 08:06PM)
We make adjustable chop cup balls, meaning the gaff can be adjusted to suit just about any cup on the market, even the older ones dating back 30 years ago.

Message: Posted by: Alan Munro (Dec 18, 2005 09:03PM)
I use RNT2 balls with a couple of my full size chop cups - works great! I can adjust the strength to my liking.
Message: Posted by: flimnar (Dec 18, 2005 11:58PM)
I have used the RNT2 balls that are adjustable, and they work great! It certainly makes it easier than trying to find the exact ball that works best with a specific cup.

Message: Posted by: Bobby Forbes (Dec 23, 2005 04:48PM)
RNT2 has the best balls!
Message: Posted by: h_A_Z (Dec 31, 2005 04:50PM)
Check out Frank Starsini's site, http://www.theambitiouscard.com. He also carries other custom items. Bought his Ninja Rings bag and it was very well made.