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Jurassic Park Gate Mod

By GoodToBeDad

9 years ago


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#1 9 years ago

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Mod - for sale

Jurassic Park Gate Mod

Added: 2015-04-27 22:00:00 UTC • Re-listed: 2 times (January 5th, 2016) • Ended: March 23rd, 2016

Price

$ 80

"Welcome to Jurassic Park."

Make your pin stand out with this gate mod for Jurassic Park. This lighted mod hooks in to the power that lights the original gate plastic and attaches with the existing bolts. No drilling or soldering required. Each gate is 3D printed in our shop and hand painted.

You can order this mod through my website at http://www.pin-mods.com


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#2 9 years ago

Wow! Looks fantastic.

#3 9 years ago

Looks very cool, we have a similar design in the works for a customer using our fire pots that we used in WOZ.

#4 9 years ago

Amazing

#5 9 years ago
Quoted from Tmezel:

we have a similar design in the works for a customer using our fire pots that we used in WOZ.

The fire pots on the WOZ mod are awesome. Would love to see your JP gate mod!

#6 9 years ago

I curse you sir for not making this terrific mod when I had my JP pin

#7 9 years ago
Quoted from Indypin:

I curse you sir for not making this terrific mod when I had my JP pin

+1!!!

I JUST sold mine last week! Grrrrrrrrrr "Feed T-Rex!"

#8 9 years ago

take my money please

#9 9 years ago

Very nice work. This is definitely a big improvement over the original.

#10 9 years ago

Awesome craftsmanship my friend!!! Looks amazing!!! I'm curious about other MOD's you happen to be working on.

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#11 9 years ago

Are the lights always on, or do they only come on during the regular mode. Guessing it would tie into the old lights, so would be the latter?

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#12 9 years ago
Quoted from woody24:

Are the lights always on, or do they only come on during the regular mode.

That depends on how you connect the gate. If you connect it following the instructions on my site http://pin-mods.com/jp-gate.html they will come on only during the usual mode. However, you can connect it to your GI and it will always be lit. I offer two options: flickering LEDs that imitate candle light and steady bulbs that just remain on. If you wire it to the GI, I recommend the flickering bulbs.

#13 9 years ago

Thanks. Went with the constant bulbs. And I think I'm fine with the lights coming on when they normally do. I thought about wanting them always on, but decided I'd rather try to keep the game working as stock as possible.

Thanks. Looking forward to installing it.

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