The first thing that comes to mind would be the balance of the cue. If you completely remove the weight bolt, appr 1.4 oz in this instance the balance of the cue would be pushed forward. Not to mention that a 1.4 oz change in the weight of your stick sounds like a pretty big jump. I don't know what Pechauer charges for their weight bolts, but they can't be that much. Buy a couple and play around with them until you find a combination that you are comfortable with.
As far as the bolt buzzing upon reinstalling it. That should be easy to take care of. First I would reinstall it as is. If buzzing does occur, pull it back out and put a little teflon tape on it or something of the sort. Anything that will take up the small amount of slack, if any, left from taking it out in the first place. Or as a last result, when you find a combination you are happy with and don't have any plans to sell the cue, glue it in with a good epoxy that bonds to both wood and metal. As long as you realize that removal after that point could cause damage to the cue.
Boy, he is great! Jeez, that old fat man. Look
at the way he moves. Like a dancer.
And them fingers, them chubby fingers. And that stroke. It's like he's, uh, like he's playing a
violin or something.