ESC Stiga T8101 Fusion Table Tennis/Ping Pong Conversion Top P1072762ESC-T8101 Stiga T8101 Fusion Table Tennis/Ping Pong Conversion Top 1072762 754806060224 133.76lbs 2.78 56.50 63.50
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Stiga T8101 Fusion Table Tennis/Ping Pong Conversion Top

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Changes your billiard table into table tennis at your will. It’s the table that follows your gaming mood.

It puts a new “top” on your gaming choices – changing pool to table tennis in no time and with minimum fuss. The half-inch black edge-banded top has sturdy angular gloss black rail and center mounted steel stiffeners for accurate play. Side strips help align the table property and sponge rubber strips protect your billiard rails, holding the top firmly in place at the same time. The corner protection pads assure worry-free play regardless of where you return a shot. The conversion fits 7 and 8-foot pool tables. Net and posts sold separately.

Product Features

  • 1/2" black edgebanded top
  • Sturdy angular 3/4" gloss black rail
  • Center-mounted steel stiffeners
  • Side stripes help align top properly
  • Sponge rubber strips protect rails and hold top firmly in place
  • Fits 7' and 8' pool tables
  • Net and posts sold separately
  • Playing surface dimensions: 5' W x 9' D

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By Mike
Date Added: Friday 18 February, 2011
Fits perfectly on our Fat Cat pool table. The kids love it. Great for their parties.
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