(Topic ID: 139016)

Em tech Cabinet Medic

By 1974DeltaQueen

8 years ago


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#1 8 years ago

How do I safely remove the bottom panel on a Wedgehead? Do's and don'ts . Remove the back and slide in new wood sounds simple but I'm thinking I go do more bad than good by removing 44 year old glued wood that is built like a brick outhouse .

#3 8 years ago

If it is solid, why change it?
I have hurd some cut the lip on the back, "less obvious" and slide it out.
Others cut all 4 lips, and install trim all around new board to secure.
I think as long as you cannot see it when done, whutever works for you.

#4 8 years ago

I cut the rear lip & pulled it out. Worked pretty well.

#6 8 years ago

Ok I think I like the cut the rear lip method if I go that route. The issue is some assclown replaced the front third of the bottom panel with an advertising sign at some point. If I'm going to put 30-40 hours into a rotisserie cabinet paint I'm at least going to have original looking wood on the bottom inside the under the coin box.

#7 8 years ago

Here's the hard way to do it, cut away the side rail and slide in a new bottom panel.

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To be honest, side lip needed replacing.

And a little touch up paint almost good as new

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#8 8 years ago

I sprayed webbing into the thinner on the hf touchup gun and it coagulated into a little rubber glop NFH

#9 8 years ago
Quoted from 1974DeltaQueen:

I sprayed webbing into the thinner on the hf touchup gun and it coagulated into a little rubber glop NFH

I always spray the webbing in first then cut it...

#10 8 years ago

Yep, found that out the hard way, now I got rubber cemented to the sides of the bottle. Don't forget I'm NOT in Texas, I'm from the cold northeast, was in the 60's when I tried your trick. I will figure it out eventually.

#11 8 years ago

How not to do webbing. Just posted to ebay
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#12 8 years ago

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#13 8 years ago

Ooh, that's ugly!

#14 8 years ago

That looks awful. The rest of the paint job looks nice.

#15 8 years ago

I would rather see NO webbing than to much. it just jumps out and slaps you in the face.
the only game that had super thick webbing was bank a ball, most pre 67 had really fine webbing. you could not see it well if you were standing a few feet away. that KoD you could see the webbing from 1000 ft away

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