Bally Strikes and Spares - Not just for hot redheads Club

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Bally Strikes and Spares - Not just for hot redheads Club


By awarner

2 years ago



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#57 1 year ago

I had one of these 3 years ago and sold it to fund a dmd machine purchase. I've regretted it ever since. Fast forward to now and I was tagged on Facebook by a fellow pinhead who knew that I was searching for one. I got in contact with the seller and he just happened to have the S and S in the bed of his truck and was passing through on his way home. I checked it out and decided to take it. Backglass is mint , playfield will be an easy resto rest and 2k clear job, the rest needs work. The MPU is toast and the rectifier has a bit of corrosion, the remaining boards are clean. The previous owner cut all of the connectors to the rectifier and direct soldered them, then to detach the head used twist connectors. What a mess. Whole machine needs repinned obviously. My plan board wise is to do the Alltek Trifecta setup and ditch the factory ones.

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#64 1 year ago

Anyone else here prefer chrome legs over the gunmetal factory color? I am contemplating completely chroming out all of the trim and door on my machine. I think it will look amazing

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#66 1 year ago

Does anyone that has done a full resto on one of these by chance have access to a source for obtaining all of the papers that are stapled inside of the backbox?? Mine are all yellowed.

#69 1 year ago

Thanks a ton much appreciated !!! I had forgotten all about this site

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#82 3 months ago

Can anyone here help me out with this? I bought molex kits to redo every connector in the back box but want to verify where each wire goes before assembly.

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#84 3 months ago
Quoted from Timerider:

The original wire color codes are found at the bottom of the "Plug Connections" page of the schematics.
And tells you what color wire goes to which connector/position on which board.
(pages 38/39 of the manual that is on IPDB)

Many thanks!! I've looked through both of these manual links on ipdb and don't see them unless I'm just completely missing it??

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