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Game Plan owners club. Welcome!


By SpOoKyRiDeS

5 years ago



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#13 5 years ago

I bought a pretty nice Andromeda (just needs cab work) a few months ago. I'd been looking for one since I played it at PAPA last April. Luckily, one fell in my lap last November. Took a 12 hour round trip ride to get it, but very glad I did! Unfortunately, I have one leg that is mismatched. If anyone has a Game Plan leg and can help me out, I'd be very appreciative.

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#20 5 years ago

There is a super nice fully restored Sharpshooter in Wilmington, NC for sale for $1100. I know the guy selling it and he does top notch work. If interested send a PM to TopJimmyCooks.

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#28 5 years ago

Seems that the flippers are my Andromeda are firing to strong. I'm getting a lot of hard bounce backs against the pf glass and it is concerning to me. I've raised the pitch a bit in an effort to slow it down some, but to no avail. Looking over the machine, I noticed that the flippers the previous owner replaced were the typically Williams thickness (no-logo white). Is this the typical style flipper used in this machine, or should I be using more of an early SS Bally flipper instead? Secondly, would this help in my effort to reduce the power of my flippers?

#35 5 years ago

Thanks for the input on the flipper mechs guys. I will give it a go.

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