Pool Table Parts
Over time, even the nicest pool table will require repair or maintenance work to keep it looking good and playing well. Rails might lose some bounce. The slate won’t be quite level. If it’s a coin-operated bar box, like the popular Valley pool tables, the coin chute or internal mechanisms might jam or break.
Upkeep is a must if you want to enjoy a quality playing experience and keep your game room looking its best. When you need parts to achieve this, look no further than PoolDawg. Here on our website you will find cushions, shims, parts for pockets and much more.
Complete covered rail set for 7 foot Valley pool tables. Rails are covered with Tournament Green Mercury Ultra cloth. Please make sure to select between the old style or new style of rails for your table. The old style tables are dated before 2001 and the tables have round corners whereas the new style, dated after 2001, have square corners. Learn More
Complete rail set for 7 foot Valley pool tables. Please make sure to select between the old style or new style of rails for your table. Learn More
We’ve Got You (And Your Table) Covered
Everything you need to repair, refinish or upgrade your table is here, from covered rails to leveling shims to pocket reducers used to sharpen your game during practice. Here’s a rundown on some of the most commonly used pool table parts we carry at PoolDawg:
Rail cushions: Getting your rails right is of utmost importance, or balls will strike them at the wrong height and bounce unpredictably. Pool table cushions are glued onto wooden pool table rails, which are covered by cloth to form the pool table bumpers. Different styles of tables will require different cushion profiles to hit at the correct contact point. We carry K66 (the most common), K55 and U23, and we can order other types and sizes.
Pocket parts: Ball return tables have some extra parts that are needed for the pocket. Balls start by hitting the pocket liner and then roll down the gulley boot to get onto the track to their final destination inside of the table.
Drop pocket tables have one piece to change out. We have inexpensive rubber and plastic options as well as stylish leather pool table pockets for furniture tables.
If you want to tighten up your game, try Practice Pro Pocket Reducers Shrinking the pocket size by about 30 percent will leave you no choice but to improve your shooting accuracy.
Pool table shims: If your game is suffering because the table isn’t level, shims should help. Wood or plastic table shims are wedges added to level the slate when a table is set up, before it is covered. Leg shims are rubber pads of various thicknesses that are placed under the legs to level the table.
Castings and Aprons: On a ball return table, these protect the pool table corners and sides behind the pockets are. We carry them with a chrome or bronze finish, in a size that fits many tables.
We’ll Help You On Cue
Our experts here at PoolDawg will be happy to help you determine what you need to return your table to excellent condition.
- -Since there is limited standardization in pool table replacement parts, we list the dimensions of most products.
- -If we don’t carry a hard-to-find part, we’ll contact a vendor who will try to track it down.
Check out our online selection of pool table repair parts and revitalize your table — and your game. Contact us today if we can help in any way.