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  • O/T

    The confessional Post #12294 in topic

    Posted 72 days ago by punkin – in Generally off-topic ‐ Last reply today

    What do you get the man who has everything for xmas? Something he can't buy of course. Thanks to my mates Matt and Rob who came up Saturday night with this they created and installed to replace the FJ Holden apron that was on my Orbit 1. Been looking for one for years. [att=7937080,3702207 caption=""] [att=7937080,3702216 caption=""]

  • O/T

    Pinside Car Club Post #3111 in topic

    Posted 113 days ago by jrcmlc – in Hobbies without flippers ‐ Last reply 16 days ago

    I thought it was odd to remove the LC from USA, make it the Alpha of all of them, then pivot and make it an entirely different unit. I agree they could have left the LC as a non usa unit or something and called that new LC the FJ redux and been good, but LC gets people's attention I guess. I dunno, some folks way smarter than me decided and they didn't ask me, so shrug. LOL

  • O/T

    Pinside Car Club Post #3110 in topic

    Posted 113 days ago by RyanStl – in Hobbies without flippers ‐ Last reply 16 days ago

    Yeah, I know what you mean, but think they should call the new TLC something along the lines of FJ Cruiser. The real TLC, ironically, is the Lexus.

  • ALL

    The Pinball Visual Quiz Show Post #15458 in topic

    Posted 123 days ago by pinwiztom – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply yesterday

    Hankin FJ https://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=3627&picno=36478

  • ALL

    The Pinball Visual Quiz Show Post #14494 in topic

    Posted 8 months ago by pinballslave – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply yesterday

    Next one looks like Hankin's FJ... Yep...: https://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=3627&picno=19367&zoom=1

  • TAN

    Converting 220-240 to 110-220 (Hankin Empire Strikes Back) Post #7 in topic

    Posted 10 months ago by Grefla – in Tech: Alpha-numeric ‐ Last reply 10 months ago

    FYI. I’m in Australia but… Latest design - anti flicker LED adapter boards to allow you to use LEDs in the controlled lamps in your Hankin pinball machines. Will work in the following games Dennis Lillee's Howzat! FJ Orbit 1 Shark The Empire Strikes Back They are AU$60 per set plus shipping [att=7559404,3373661 caption=""]

  • CLB

    CFTBL- Fans and members welcome!!! Post #4824 in topic

    Posted 15 months ago by Thor-NL – in All clubs (...members only!) ‐ Last reply 2 days ago

    So, out of curiosity, what was the original price NIB, when first on the market ? Monsters in Motion sold them for 130 USD https://www.monstersinmotion.com/cart/item-list-fj-c-5_258/creature-from-the-black-lagoon-universal-monsters-grave-walker-foam-prop-p-17298.html

  • ALL

    williams sounds = re-used from video games Post #40 in topic

    Posted 20 months ago by IgorZhu – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply 14 months ago

    ... do Brasil at low pitch (Shock, Fire Action, Cavaleiro Negro, Drakor, Hawkman and Vegas), Hankin (FJ (especially hum from Flash), Howzat!, The Empire Strikes Back and Shark) Grand Products (Bullseye 301 ... from Defender. Hankin's tables partially uses sounds from System 4 tables likes Flash and Stellar Wars. FJ reuses background sound from Flash, The Empire Strikes Back reuses some sounds from Flash, the ...

  • ALL

    williams sounds = re-used from video games Post #26 in topic

    Posted 20 months ago by IgorZhu – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply 14 months ago

    ... do Brasil at low pitch (Shock, Fire Action, Cavaleiro Negro, Drakor, Hawkman and Vegas), Hankin (FJ (especially hum from Flash), Howzat!, The Empire Strikes Back and Shark) Grand Products (Bullseye 301 ...

  • BOU

    deeproot Pinball thread Post #27349 in topic

    Posted over 2 years ago by toyotaboy – in Boutique pinball ‐ Last reply 5 days ago

    "Just keep your Power Gloves off her pal" I had one. Thing was useless, but I wore it a lot around the house. the scene just before this, he's driving "rad mobile" which wouldn't actually work like a steering wheel like he's showing https://youtu.be/AacoxHFYvZw This guy turned a power glove into something useful, a stop animation tool https://youtu.be/Fj-F2eszdks

  • CLB

    Zaccaria pinball owners club! All welcome Post #2463 in topic

    Posted over 2 years ago by fat-johnny – in All clubs (...members only!) ‐ Last reply 6 days ago

    Hello, I have the last board in stock which is already reserved and we are working on the Rev B which should be available by end of the year. Can you wait? @gianfri yes, I can wait. You say "end of the year", which is only about ~6 weeks. Let me know if there is any way I can get on a waiting list, or even pre-pay, or what I need to do to get the board in my hands the earliest possible. Thanks, FJ

  • CLB

    Zaccaria pinball owners club! All welcome Post #2458 in topic

    Posted over 2 years ago by fat-johnny – in All clubs (...members only!) ‐ Last reply 6 days ago

    ... a power board and just end this problem once and for all. Please let me know, FJ Hey @gianfri, any chance of selling the power board again? I could REALLY use one. I posted ...

  • TE

    CCM Top Ten Post #23 in topic

    Posted over 2 years ago by atliia – in EM Pinball Tech ‐ Last reply over 2 years ago

    Marcos has FJ-21-375/29-400 is this the same coil I need? My coils have loose or broken winding I will be replacing the flipper coils. Manual calls out fj-29-400 Currently, gotlieb coils are on the flippers. They are both weak. The left flipper low current circuit was open due to a broken winding.

  • CLB

    Zaccaria pinball owners club! All welcome Post #2398 in topic

    Posted over 3 years ago by fat-johnny – in All clubs (...members only!) ‐ Last reply 6 days ago

    ... a power board and just end thsi problem once and for all. Please let me know, FJ

  • ALL

    The Pinball Visual Quiz Show Post #5126 in topic

    Posted over 3 years ago by LorenZ – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply yesterday

    FJ by HANKIN https://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=3627&picno=19367 Next ^^[att=6140365,2313617 caption=""]

  • TRA

    Shipping a Machine from Australia to the United States Post #10 in topic

    Posted over 3 years ago by rotordave – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    FJ Holden or maybe a Howzat to finish off a bizarro collection of obscure OS pinballs. Or a Hankin Empire Strikes Back? Funny enough - there was an FJ Holden up for sale in Chicago a few weeks ago. rd

  • TRA

    Shipping a Machine from Australia to the United States Post #9 in topic

    Posted over 3 years ago by Flynnyfalcon – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    Out of interest .. What game would you want to bring from Aussie to the States? 99.9% of pin traffic goes the other way. rd FJ Holden or maybe a Howzat to finish off a bizarro collection of obscure OS pinballs.

  • TE

    InterFlip Dragon (game won't end) Post #5 in topic

    Posted over 3 years ago by ibis – in EM Pinball Tech ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    Thanks for that! Found the FJ relay and cleaned up the contacts. It’s registering as normal and ending the game after ball 5. This was a simple one after all, thank goodness! Thanks all!

  • ALL

    Robot Themed Pinball Post #28 in topic

    Posted over 4 years ago by Pinball_Syd – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 4 years ago

    ... pinball down under and produced some of the most beautiful cabinets and playfield artwork ever. FJ Holden, Shark, Orbit 1 to name a few more (you guys wouldn’t get Howzat... it’s about a cricketing ...

  • O/T

    Bronco vs Jeep Post #122 in topic

    Posted over 4 years ago by Lamberger – in Generally off-topic ‐ Last reply over 4 years ago

    ... image][quoted image][quoted image][quoted image] Wow!!! saweeet! Great job.. I don't think its a sidetrack, Fj would be on here as well if toyota didn't screw it up. I think the defender ...

  • O/T

    Bronco vs Jeep Post #121 in topic

    Posted over 4 years ago by northvibe – in Generally off-topic ‐ Last reply over 4 years ago

    Man the old off road rigs are so gorgeous, the fj, discovery, bronco, Jeep, etc I was hoping Chevy would get back with their blazer :/ now I’m hoping the FJ and the xterra make a come back, he’ll I’d even like to see a new Honda Element. The competition will improve the game for everyone, which Jeep needs as they keep jacking up prices without changing much

  • O/T

    Bronco vs Jeep Post #111 in topic

    Posted over 4 years ago by TractorDoc – in Generally off-topic ‐ Last reply over 4 years ago

    ... to customize or modify to your liking. Toyota dropped the ball big time on the fj cruiser. Doors didn't come off, no hardtop, soft top. Shame I give them credit for trying ... , but I agree. I just don't get the same vibe from an FJ Cruiser as I do from my 40.

  • O/T

    Bronco vs Jeep Post #74 in topic

    Posted over 4 years ago by Lamberger – in Generally off-topic ‐ Last reply over 4 years ago

    One of the best things about Wranglers is resale value. Almost bought one, went with the Tacoma Off Road instead. Yepp, great truck.. Toyota dropped the ball big time on the fj cruiser. Doors didn't come off, no hardtop, soft top. Shame

  • O/T

    Bronco vs Jeep Post #27 in topic

    Posted over 4 years ago by northvibe – in Generally off-topic ‐ Last reply over 4 years ago

    ... both to become better vehicles and hope even the Xterra is brought back Or the FJ! Chevy already shot themselves in the foot with that weak blazer release. The top on ...

  • TRA

    Vehicles that a Pinball Machine Fits in Post #1423 in topic

    Posted over 4 years ago by Percula – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply 6 days ago

    Toyota Fj

  • O/T

    Auto Insurance give back Post #21 in topic

    Posted over 4 years ago by Ranhorton – in Generally off-topic ‐ Last reply over 4 years ago

    USAA gave me about $75 back total for both cars. I only keep the basic insurance required on my 2007 FJ Cruiser. But my wife’s newer Highlander costs a bit. But I’ll take $75 back any day.

  • CLB

    Zaccaria pinball owners club! All welcome Post #1754 in topic

    Posted over 4 years ago by fat-johnny – in All clubs (...members only!) ‐ Last reply 6 days ago

    ... ones.....and the power board is now working! Now to start cleaning and replacing rubbers. FJ

  • CLB

    Zaccaria pinball owners club! All welcome Post #1713 in topic

    Posted over 4 years ago by fat-johnny – in All clubs (...members only!) ‐ Last reply 6 days ago

    ... this could be? Does anybody even sell a replacement power supply board?? Thanks for any help, FJ

  • CLB

    Zaccaria pinball owners club! All welcome Post #1711 in topic

    Posted over 4 years ago by fat-johnny – in All clubs (...members only!) ‐ Last reply 6 days ago

    ... wrong?? Where can I start to look?? Please save my Christmas! Thanks for your help, FJ

  • EV

    2019 Chicago Pinball Expo For Sale/WTB Thread Post #97 in topic

    Posted over 4 years ago by GAP – in Events ‐ Last reply over 2 years ago

    ... F14, shopped out. Leds 1 issue , beacon lite blowing fuse. Mario mushroom world, excellent condition Hankin FJ, shopped out fully working We will have 6 Elvira premium set to free play, show discounted ...

  • MFS

    For sale: Hankin FJ **RARE to find in the states** Post #8 in topic

    Posted over 5 years ago by pinsanity – in Pinball machines for sale ‐ Last reply over 5 years ago

    ... rather than any sort of desirability or long term playability. They only made approx 1000 FJ Holden pinballs, so a rare game, and especially rare to see one in the US. For ... context though, FJ was actually Hankins biggest seller at 1180 units and their first. The sales numbers dropped ...

  • MFS

    For sale: Hankin FJ **RARE to find in the states** Post #7 in topic

    Posted over 5 years ago by Brk_oth – in Pinball machines for sale ‐ Last reply over 5 years ago

    Probably the best condition FJ I've seen. Buy a 110v to 240v step up transformer so that you can test out the game on your 110v power. If it works it would be worth more, but for an untested game most people probably wouldn't want to risk that amount of money. They only made approx 1000 FJ Holden pinballs, so a rare game, and especially rare to see one in the US.

  • TRA

    Transport vehicles Post #1 in topic

    Posted over 5 years ago by Choppers – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply 23 months ago

    So I have a Toyota FJ cruiser I've been thinking about getting rid of. I love it as a daily driver, it's just getting older... I hate to do it because it fits a pin in so nice and can be transported in any weather. I have a pick up I could use when needed, but was wondering if anyone has any recommendations for a nice new daily driver that can transform into a hauler. What vehicles have surprised you as a good vehicle for this? I hate big trucks and big SUVs. Any recommendations?

  • MFS

    For sale: FJ Post #5 in topic

    Posted over 5 years ago by littlecammi – in Pinball machines for sale ‐ Last reply over 5 years ago

    Should be a must-have for anyone who's initials are FJ.

  • MFS

    For sale: FJ Post #4 in topic

    Posted over 5 years ago by timtim – in Pinball machines for sale ‐ Last reply over 5 years ago

    I was wondering what fj stood for and then found a game I never saw Cool looking game

  • TRA

    Two pins, one FJ Cruiser Post #12 in topic

    Posted over 5 years ago by Ranhorton – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 5 years ago

    Have you put any newer Stern pins in there or 90s Bally/Williams titles? I diddent think one would fit. I own a 2007 FJ TRD I bought new, just about to crack 100k miles. I’ve done them all. ToM GoT LE Spiderman Gottlieb widebody Counterforce (had to remove head and let it sit shotgun) Stand up Capcom 1943 Battle of Midway arcade Defender cocktail arcade If you unscrew/remove the back seats instead of flipping them up it will add about 8-10 more inches of space. FJ is a great Pinhauler!

  • TRA

    Two pins, one FJ Cruiser Post #11 in topic

    Posted over 5 years ago by RVH – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 5 years ago

    I have an ‘07 FJ and have towed trailers, boats...you name it. Amazing vehicle to tow with. And I put pins in the back all the time. Only 1 at a time. Not enough space for two even if you break them down. Have you put any newer Stern pins in there or 90s Bally/Williams titles? I diddent think one would fit. I own a 2007 FJ TRD I bought new, just about to crack 100k miles.

  • TRA

    Two pins, one FJ Cruiser Post #10 in topic

    Posted over 5 years ago by Ranhorton – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 5 years ago

    I have an ‘07 FJ and have towed trailers, boats...you name it. Amazing vehicle to tow with. And I put pins in the back all the time. Only 1 at a time. Not enough space for two even if you break them down.

  • TRA

    Two pins, one FJ Cruiser Post #5 in topic

    Posted over 5 years ago by ecmurrayf1 – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 5 years ago

    I’ve pulled a U-haul with my 2010 FJ with no issues. Just take it out of overdrive.

  • TRA

    Two pins, one FJ Cruiser Post #2 in topic

    Posted over 5 years ago by DNO – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 5 years ago

    I have an FJ as well, I doubt it will fit that way, but can't say for sure. I would consider putting the body of one pin on the roof rack. Then both heads and one body will fit inside.

  • TRA

    Two pins, one FJ Cruiser Post #1 in topic

    Posted over 5 years ago by BRW84 – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 5 years ago

    ... in working order, but the Sorcerer is a restoration project. It's pretty rough. I drive a 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser, and I went ahead and reserved a U-Haul 5x8 trailer to move the two pins. The ... back boxes will obviously be removed on both). Has anyone ever tried this with an FJ? Is it possible? Or should i bite the bullet and go with the U-Haul ...

  • ALL

    Inkochnito's Pinball score and instruction cards website update Post #113 in topic

    Posted over 6 years ago by Inkochnito – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply 4 days ago

    ... Flush (1957), Silver, Spin Wheel, Zaccaria Ten Stars. From Down Under I got a request for Hankin FJ. United Yuma Arizona is another nice addition to the collection. I also added a few more coil ... Gottlieb Super Score relay strip zip file added Gottlieb Thoro Bred zip file corrected Hankin FJ zip file added United Yuma Arizona zip file added Williams Blackout card added to zip ...

  • BOU

    Homepin OFFICIAL Thread - Pinball Parts & Machine Progress Post #2540 in topic

    Posted over 6 years ago by oldskool1969 – in Boutique pinball ‐ Last reply over 2 years ago

    ... too made some memorable pinball machines 1978 DARK RIDER (<1200) 1978 LIQUID LIGHTNING (<1200) 1978 FJ (<1180) 1979 HOWZAT, DENNIS LILLEE'S ( 350) 1979 ORBIT 1 (<1020) 1980 SHARK ( ~200) 1980 EMPIRE STRIKES ...

  • RSD

    Bally Flash Gordon Restoration and Customization Post #28 in topic

    Posted over 6 years ago by Leveeger – in Restorations documented ‐ Last reply 20 months ago

    Hi, Interesting topic... I will stick to it. May you tell us the reference of createx paints used (series, and colors names) please? I'm not sure of the exact shades as the FJ is always altered by the UVs...

  • CLB

    Up the Irons - Stern Iron Maiden Owners and True Fans Club! Post #1306 in topic

    Posted over 6 years ago by sebseb12 – in All clubs (...members only!) ‐ Last reply today

    salut pourquoi tu me crois pas ? a+ Lol, bien sur que je te crois. J'avais posté le message à la fois sur fj et sur pinside (suite à ta première réponse sur fj ou tu parlais à la fois de ce mode et du mode rajoué) :**:

  • EM

    SEA ISLE WOOD RAIL > Q's Post #1 in topic

    Posted over 6 years ago by SpaceTimeGuy – in EM Pinball Hangout ‐ Last reply over 6 years ago

    ... electric tape. There is a listing on EBay for "Williams - Chicago Coin A-22-550 G-22-550 FJ-22-550 J-22-550 9122 New" from apbenterprises in Illinois ... in their listing, they list ...

  • CLB

    IJ Williams "You Cheat, Dr. Jones!" Club Post #2450 in topic

    Posted over 6 years ago by Seatmandan – in All clubs (...members only!) ‐ Last reply today

    ... . Here's what a finger joint looks like in case you were wondering [att=4028387,1090875 caption="FJ (resized).jpg"]

  • O/T

    New Vehicle - GMC Acadia or Honda Pilot??? Post #98 in topic

    Posted over 6 years ago by o-din – in Generally off-topic ‐ Last reply over 6 years ago

    Have you seen this before? we've owned Audi's for years, and NEVER had an issue? same said for our Landcruisers...have you owned one? I see dashboards on Audis lit up like Christmas trees when they come in. But as long as that Check Engine lite is off, they usually pass. Landcruiser very solid. FJ Cruiser is good as well. Like I said I rarely hear complaints about Toyota and many of them have in excess of 200,000 miles.

  • O/T

    Who is in on Tesla model 3 ? Post #768 in topic

    Posted over 6 years ago by Ranhorton – in Hobbies without flippers ‐ Last reply 29 days ago

    Got to drive my buddy's Tesla the other day. He has the big one with the falcon-wing doors (sorry don't know what it's called). Anyway, it was the greatest driving experience I've ever had. If I ever get rid of my FJ Cruiser...I'm getting a Tesla.

  • HWP

    ALIEN PINBALL - Game Over, Man, Game Over Post #11752 in topic

    Posted over 7 years ago by Ferret – in Heighway Pinball ‐ Last reply today

    ... active, the combo arrows provide too much visual clutter, so I'll probably squelch those while FJ is running. You can regain some of your penalty points by hitting the Recharge target ... all about patience and accurate shooting. If you have those things, you can clean up FJ in 3 shots and 8-9M, which is very strong points/shot. Acid Burn wants accuracy too ...

  • O/T

    Pinside Car Club Post #256 in topic

    Posted over 7 years ago by pinworthy – in Hobbies without flippers ‐ Last reply 16 days ago

    Decided to take tour of some of my favorite old rides (I had that same lic plate on over a dozen cars over 15-16 year period) 1st car- 67 VW Baja bug [att=3393418,800279 caption=""] Favorite of everything I have ever owned, "Lil Red" a modified 72 Mazda RX-2 w/ported13b Street mode[att=3393418,800287 caption=""] SCCA E-Mod Divisional Champion [att=3393418,800288 caption=""] 73 Porsche 914 2.0[att=3393418,800286 caption=""] My first Land Cruiser, 79 FJ-40 [att=3393418,800278 caption="cruiser (resized).jpg"]

  • ALL

    Rarest game you own? Post #398 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by Gerrard17 – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    AC/DC, Howzat, Shark, FJ Holden.... probably the most Australian pin line up you could have, if only you had a Boomerang!

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #79 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by pantherpinball – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    ... - Saturn Outlook All Years - Toyota 4Runner - Can haul 2 pins with heads removed All Years - Toyota FJ Cruiser 2000 - 2013 - Acura MDX - Will fit Stern, DE and Williams Widebody (Caution: 2007 - 2013 ...

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #72 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by pantherpinball – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    ... SUV) All Years - Saturn Outlook All Years - Toyota 4Runner - Can haul 2 pins* All Years - Toyota FJ Cruiser 2000 - 2013 - Acura MDX - Will fit Stern, DE and Williams Widebody (Caution: 2007 - 2013 ...

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #66 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by pantherpinball – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    ... SUV) All Years - Saturn Outlook All Years - Toyota 4Runner - Can haul 2 pins* All Years - Toyota FJ Cruiser 2007 - 2013 - Acura MDX 2004 - 2009 - Cadillac SRX 2000 - 2006 - Chevy Tahoe - Can Hold ...

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #63 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by pantherpinball – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    ... SUV) All Years - Saturn Outlook All Years - Toyota 4Runner - Can haul 2 pins* All Years - Toyota FJ Cruiser 2007 - 2013 - Acura MDX 2004 - 2009 - Cadillac SRX 2000 - 2006 - Chevy Tahoe - Can Hold ...

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #60 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by pantherpinball – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    ... SUV) All Years - Saturn Outlook All Years - Toyota 4Runner - Can haul 2 pins* All Years - Toyota FJ Cruiser 2007 - 2013 - Acura MDX 2004 - 2009 - Cadillac SRX 2000 - 2006 - Chevy Tahoe - Can Hold ...

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #57 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by pantherpinball – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    ... SUV) All Years - Saturn Outlook All Years - Toyota 4Runner - Can haul 2 pins* All Years - Toyota FJ Cruiser All Years - Honda Pilot - All Pins 2007 - 2013 - Acura MDX 2004 - 2009 - Cadillac SRX ...

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #53 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by pantherpinball – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    ... (Not really an SUV) All Years - Saturn Outlook All Years - Toyota 4Runner All Years - Toyota FJ Cruiser All Years - Honda Pilot - All Pins 2004 - 2009 - Cadillac SRX 2000 - 2012 - Ford Escape ...

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #49 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by pantherpinball – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    ... All Years - Nissan NV200 (Not really an SUV) All Years - Toyota 4Runner All Years - Toyota FJ Cruiser 2004 - 2009 - Cadillac SRX 2001 - 2012 Ford Escape - All Pins 2013 - 2016 Ford Escape ...

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #46 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by pantherpinball – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    ... All Years - Nissan NV200 (Not really an SUV) All Years - Toyota 4Runner All Years - Toyota FJ Cruiser 2004 - 2009 - Cadillac SRX 2001 - 2012 Ford Escape - All Pins 2013 - 2016 Ford Escape ...

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #43 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by pantherpinball – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    ... All Years - Nissan NV200 (Not really an SUV) All Years - Toyota 4Runner All Years - Toyota FJ Cruiser 2004 - 2009 - Cadillac SRX 2001 - 2012 Ford Escape - All Pins 2013 - 2016 Ford Escape ...

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #41 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by pantherpinball – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    ... All Years - Nissan NV200 (Not really an SUV) All Years - Toyota 4Runner All Years - Toyota FJ Cruiser 2004 - 2009 - Cadillac SRX 2001 - 2012 Ford Escape - All Pins 2013 - 2016 Ford Escape ...

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #39 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by pantherpinball – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    ... Years - Nissan NV200 (Not really an SUV though) All Years - Toyota 4Runner All Years - Toyota FJ Cruiser 2004 - 2009 - Cadillac SRX 2001 - 2012 Ford Escape - All Pins 2013 - 2016 Ford Escape ...

  • TRA

    New SUV for Moving Pinball Machines Post #38 in topic

    Posted over 8 years ago by Astropin – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    Jeep Wrangler 4 door models - All years Jeep Liberty - All years Grand Cherokee 1999-2004 & 2011-2015 BMW X3 & X5 all years Cadillac SRX 04-09 only Chevy Traverse - All years Ford Flex - All years Subaru Forester - 2000+ Toyota FJ Cruiser - All years

  • BUY

    Luci value? Post #155 in topic

    Posted over 9 years ago by Concretehardt – in Buying and selling advice ‐ Last reply over 8 years ago

    What kind of vehicle is that where there is only one rear door and it swings to the left? I like it. Looks like a Toyo FJ Cruiser

  • BUY

    Luci value? Post #154 in topic

    Posted over 9 years ago by Max_Badazz – in Buying and selling advice ‐ Last reply over 8 years ago

    Looks like an FJ cruiser Correct..... my 2007 FJ Cruiser. Had to have one when they first came out. Perfect size to easily haul a pin.

  • BUY

    Luci value? Post #152 in topic

    Posted over 9 years ago by skywelker – in Buying and selling advice ‐ Last reply over 8 years ago

    What kind of vehicle is that where there is only one rear door and it swings to the left? I like it. Looks like an FJ cruiser

  • ALL

    most boring pin you've played??? Post #207 in topic

    Posted over 9 years ago by Toads – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 9 years ago

    Hankin FJ Holden.

  • ALL

    Shark Pinball by Hankin video Post #8 in topic

    Posted over 9 years ago by FatAussieBogan – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 9 years ago

    ... the novelty and prettiness of Hankins you are left with a very poor playing plank. The fj seems the most collectible on account of the holden fans. When they come up for ... of a large collection and would be the complete set for completeness. Shark, esb, howzat and fj. Am I missing any?

  • ALL

    Pin Hauler suggestions? Post #10 in topic

    Posted over 9 years ago by Cybergoonie – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 9 years ago

    Toyota FJ Cruiser. Fantastic in the Winter & Summer. Great pin hauler and even better boat hauler. Best SUV I've ever owned. Shame Toyota is discontinuing it after this year.

  • TE

    1972 Williams Swinger / Fun Fest Scoring lights Post #25 in topic

    Posted over 9 years ago by ValleyGuy – in EM Pinball Tech ‐ Last reply over 9 years ago

    Thanks FJ On top of playfield I have 3000 and 5000 when lite, they do switch around(not stuck on) do these reset between a multi player game? mine stay on and the next player up can get a huge pints score right away?

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    What SUV's will a pin fit in Post #44 in topic

    Posted over 10 years ago by Ranhorton – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 3 years ago

    Toyota FJ Cruiser holds one pin without any issues (except that it's a pretty tall ride so be ready to lift).

  • TRA

    Vehicles that a Pinball Machine Fits in Post #104 in topic

    Posted over 10 years ago by charliex – in Transportation questions ‐ Last reply 6 days ago

    I have a Toyota FJ cruiser and I can fit any widebody pin in it no problem. Perfect pin hauler.

  • EV

    Balls in your mouth... mmmmrrrrrrrrppppppppllllgggggllllaaaaaggghhhhh Post #121 in topic

    Posted over 10 years ago by Ranhorton – in Events ‐ Last reply over 10 years ago

    Finally, sounds like someone is game for some arm wrestling! Me & You Ran! Dec 28th, lets get it on!!!!! I have "Over The Top" on Bluray. I watch it on Sunday's instead of going to church. It's the only movie that has ever made me cry. And i am in the process of building a arm strengthening apparatus in my FJ Cruiser just like Lincoln Hawk did in his big rig.

  • STN

    Sterns next game "50 years of Mustang" Post #575 in topic

    Posted over 10 years ago by DMC – in Stern Pinball ‐ Last reply over 10 years ago

    ... themed game... Haul the Tanker Skillshot... Well we did have FJ from Hankin. IPDB reads: "FJ" refers to the Australian automobile model FJ, made in the 50's by Holden. Reportedly, these were an ...

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    Tailgating with a pin - Results mixed Post #21 in topic

    Posted over 10 years ago by Ranhorton – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 10 years ago

    After reading through the FJ Cruisers manual it looks like the maximum capacity of the power supply may decrease below ...

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    Tailgating with a pin - Results mixed Post #12 in topic

    Posted over 10 years ago by Ranhorton – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 10 years ago

    Ok. So I just tested it out using Whysnow's recommendation. Subject vehicle: 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser with a built-in 400 watt / 115V AC grounded outlet Equipment: heavy duty 100ft power ...

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    Tailgating with a pin - Results mixed Post #1 in topic

    Posted over 10 years ago by Ranhorton – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 10 years ago

    So I have an FJ Cruiser that has a grounded outlet in the back. I was wondering if anyone else with an outlet in their truck has ever brought a pin to a tailgate? Would the truck's outlet have enough power to run a pin (with the engine running)? Just a random thought I had this morning....

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    Pro Pinball - Kickstarter - Timeshock - iPad, Mac, PC, etc and MAME cab ready Post #37 in topic

    Posted over 11 years ago by strangetown – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 10 years ago

    ... said this: "Actually, the original version of Timeshock! did have a 2D spin model. BRUSA and FJ both had 3D spin models. Of course, to go one better the ULTRA version of ...

  • MO

    Virtual pinball how to help please Post #68 in topic

    Posted over 11 years ago by strangetown – in All modding! ‐ Last reply over 10 years ago

    ... said this: "Actually, the original version of Timeshock! did have a 2D spin model. BRUSA and FJ both had 3D spin models. Of course, to go one better the ULTRA version of ...

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    Hankin Shark Post #5 in topic

    Posted over 11 years ago by swinks – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 11 years ago

    no, but saw their relatives at last years Newcastle Pinfest, and even Mr Hankin turned up himself since Newcastle is the home of the once Hankin Pinball Orbit 1 - 1020 production run Howzat - 350 production run - wide body Empire Strikes Back - 350 production run - wide body FJ - unknown production run Shark - unknown production run - wide body [att=1032199,265315]

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    How do you transport your machines? Post #4 in topic

    Posted over 11 years ago by Max_Badazz – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 11 years ago

    I use my Toyota FJ Cruiser...which is an SUV (not an option in this poll). Seats fold down in the back and I can slide it in. Because its very boxy, there's no issues with the opening in the back. I had a pickup and it always rained the day I was getting a game. PITA to tarp the games all the time :)

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    Best car for a pinsider Post #25 in topic

    Posted over 11 years ago by PinFan4Life – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 11 years ago

    Can't go wrong with a FJ Cruiser, 4 Runner, Highlander, Sienna or Sequoia for hauling pins...they will all fit at least 1 (Sienna at least 2). I personally have the Sequoia, but it's not the best on gas (about 15 mpg)..the rest have a V6 instead of V8 and are better on gas. Yes, I'm a big fan of pinballs and Toyotas.

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    Best car for a pinsider Post #24 in topic

    Posted over 11 years ago by Ranhorton – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 11 years ago

    what about 4Runners? I've got an FJ Cruiser (I think it's the same chassis/engine as a 4-Runner – just different body). With the seats down it'll take a System 11 with nice amounts of room on the sides. But the height of our trucks requires some heavy lifting to slide pins in.

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    What are the best "rare" hard to find titles? Post #79 in topic

    Posted over 11 years ago by DirtyDeeds – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 11 years ago

    FJ Holden, Howzat, Shark, Empire Strikes Back

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    Pro Pinball Remastered Post #85 in topic

    Posted over 11 years ago by pindoc1 – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 10 years ago

    ... disk and see if runs on Vista. I do agree about the voices on BRUSA and FJ, and the music on BRUSA. Too much jazz, not enough rock. Still great games. It ...

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    Pro Pinball Remastered Post #61 in topic

    Posted over 11 years ago by chocky909 – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 10 years ago

    ... hangs together as a theme! I was never that happy with the ball weight on BRUSA and FJ. You could change the slope and the flipper strength but it always felt like the ...

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    Pro Pinball Remastered Post #5 in topic

    Posted over 12 years ago by chocky909 – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 10 years ago

    Pre rendered FTW! These should look amazing in full screen vertical mode on the PC. I just hope they can tweak the BRUSA and FJ ball physics which I was never a huge fan of.

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    Best SUV for Pin Hauling? Post #34 in topic

    Posted over 12 years ago by Ranhorton – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 12 years ago

    I can haul a System 11 in my FJ Cruiser. Added bonus – I can take that System 11 up the Rubicon Trail and finally play a game without my wife wanting to play my last ball.

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    What SUV do you have that fits pins in the back? Post #28 in topic

    Posted over 12 years ago by DrainO – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 9 years ago

    I can use my wife's 2011 Edge, and I have a 2011 shortwide Chevy. I'm covered. I feel better using the Edge. Nice and snug. I don't know if a NIB will fit in it though. But if they don't fit in the FJ above, I doubt it

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    What SUV do you have that fits pins in the back? Post #8 in topic

    Posted over 12 years ago by Max_Badazz – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 9 years ago

    Toyota FJ Cruiser can fit a pin easily...however a NIB Stern needs a little help (bungee cord) :) [att=331266,186757] [att=331266,186758] [att=331266,186759]

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