Very happy to hear about the dead flip le show on the 5th of May
Quoted from CaptainNeo:
i pull metal wire rails like this at least 4 times a month. Usually there are spot on the underside of the playfield where you can see the wire peeking through. all you have to do, is take an AWL and a hammer and pound out the wire guides from the back. Raise them up to where you like. That's all there is to it.
I will email them but I don't even know if they speak English ,we can only hope someone will import these kits for usa .
I don't understand why they would not ship to usa,just charge more for shipping and we will pay and they will make more money
Quoted from embryon:
I want to try different out lane pst settings to see how the game plays on my LE. The left hand post looks easy to move but the right one will hit a metal plate holding a plastic. This area is taken up also by the ramp. Has anyone moved this post and could you please explain what you had to do. If there's too much dismantling involved, I may leave that one. Thanks in advance
I just removed the screw on the top end of the right ramp over the the sling and then you can lift the right lane post while lifting on the metel plate and slide the post down a hole ,I felt very confident that nothing would crack or break and was correct,it can easily be done with out lots of work,
Yes the plate will lift just enough with a little coaching and you will be fine just be carful
Quoted from Mitch:
How do you adjust the slimer on the le so it hangs higher. mine is wearing the paint off the black metal piece above the captive ball.
I just went through the the butt lift,remove the grub screw from the top of the shaft and if it is still tight like mine was grab the main shaft with a padded grip and just carefully move twist the arm and it will free up very easily and slide up just enough to to stop the dragging and re-install the grub screw
Mt45,good job,I just bent and shimmed the gate and game launches ball so much better,I did not do the plastic cover and I did not need to bent the forks on the striker
Thanks for trouble shooting
The air balls and crazy plunging can be fixed in two shakes,but the other stuff sorry
Quoted from Hdmike444:
I did this last night and also adjusted the targets to be as flush as possible(they are flush in the front but down maybe a 1/32+ in the back)
My first game and I still get bricks! Any thoughts
And is anyone else's targets uneven on the top?
Yes I adjusted my drops and did notices they are higher In front than rear.
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