(Topic ID: 53344)

Demolition Man w/black armor and handles


By Al

7 years ago



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  • 27 posts
  • 20 Pinsiders participating
  • Latest reply 6 years ago by Al
  • Topic is favorited by 2 Pinsiders

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#1 7 years ago

Just wanted to share a couple pics. Black powder coat on rails, lockdown, legs, hinges and handles.

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#3 7 years ago

Looks badass! Nice job.

#4 7 years ago

That looks really good.

#5 7 years ago

Agreed. That looks awesome!

#6 7 years ago

That is one sexy B*, thanks for sharing

#7 7 years ago

looks nice I was going to Epoxy spray my handles black also.

#8 7 years ago

lOOks Different and Cool !! All Black w/ Chrome Handles Would lOOk gOOd 2 ..

Add a Blue Led Flipper button kit from CoinTaker to Top DM off ... PINSIDE15 for 15% off..

http://shop.cointaker.com/category.sc?categoryId=173

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#9 7 years ago

Thanks guys, I was also pleased with how it turned out.

Going to reattach one of the pics that didn't look right.

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#10 7 years ago

#11 7 years ago

Looks great! Simon Phoenix edition!

#12 7 years ago
Quoted from Da_Topper:

Simon Phoenix edition

#13 7 years ago
Quoted from Da_Topper:

Looks great! Simon Phoenix edition!

Once you go black, you never go back! ;p

#14 7 years ago

I like it man!

8 months later
#15 6 years ago

I know this is an old thread, but I gotta know, is it OK to powder the inside of the guns?

#16 6 years ago

I think it looks very good...but I think I wil go chrome just because of the longevity.

#17 6 years ago

I think powder coat is better then chrome for durability.

#18 6 years ago

Wow, that looks slick! The tactical version of DM!

#19 6 years ago

Looks furkin great but you forgot to black powdercoat the translite (JK) ........Aurich save us from the stock translite.

6 months later
#20 6 years ago

This game is for sale, 2400.

#21 6 years ago

Very nice!

#22 6 years ago
Quoted from Al:

This game is for sale, 2400.

Location

#23 6 years ago

Game is in the Chicago area, 60181.

#24 6 years ago

Dumb question (but free bump)...how "wide" is a wide-body pin?

I have a 30" basement door opening. Wasn't sure if it was wide-body accessible.

#25 6 years ago
Quoted from kid_ego:

Dumb question (but free bump)...how "wide" is a wide-body pin?
I have a 30" basement door opening. Wasn't sure if it was wide-body accessible.

Not a dumb question at all but kind of a tricky answer.

There are variances by manufacture but it's the head width of the game you need to worry about. The head is always the widest area of any pinball machine. Here's the tricky part: Wide body games have the same head size as a standard game. It's the cabinet that makes it a wide body but it still smaller in width than a standard head.

FYI: My GnR cabinet is 25 inches wide and the head is 28. The head of my standard wide TOTAN is 28.5 inches.

I would be interested in knowing the WOZ dimensions if anyone could provide them.

To the OP. That's a beautiful machine. Good luck with your sale.

#26 6 years ago

The head on DM is 28 3/4 wide.

2 months later
#27 6 years ago

Still for sale, taking offers.

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