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Bally EM flipper set screws won't stay tight


By ChipS

12 months ago



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#28 11 months ago

You would need a half inch drive torque wrench to do 75 lbs of torque. You would pull the flipper bat through the little hole....lol

#29 11 months ago
Quoted from HowardR:

That must mean 75 inch-pounds because 75 foot-pounds is close to what car wheel nuts get.

That would be about 6 foot lbs. Which sounds about right

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