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Ghostbusters Premium - Share your info

By Air_Pinball

3 years ago

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Post #1272 Cliffs install instructions for GB Posted by Cliffy (3 years ago)

Post #1359 Photos of the Stern upgraded side rails installed Posted by SilverballNut (3 years ago)

Post #1739 details on the "mystery coils" located in the backbox Posted by chucksmith (2 years ago)

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#200 3 years ago
Quoted from Fortytwo:

I beleive during the tron run they had some USA machines made with one slot. Peoples complained and didn't like the look of it. So they went back to two slot for tradition.
What I heard. Correct me if I'm wrong. I personally like the two slot look.

While that is true, there was also another issue with those coin doors in that some of these did go out on route and there was no cut out for a DBV either. It was a cost-cutting mistake and they learned from it.

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#1471 3 years ago
Quoted from PinScott:

I expected perfection from FedEx as well. Apparently that isn't always the case. Thankfully no damage was done to the machine, but my heart dropped when I saw this.

Thankfully, the packaging is one thing that they haven't cheaped out on yet. Stern's packaging is still the best.

#1474 3 years ago
Quoted from thall17:

I had my first GB PREM damaged in shipping....I would not say their packaging is the best...for a $7,000 piece of equipment a wood crate would be better....just my .02

Accidents are gonna happen with shipping and no cost-justified container is going to be indestructible. It is still the best in the industry though. I agree a wood crate would be better, but at what cost? Even a wooden crate will give way to a fork lift. It sucks to receive a damaged game, but at least it's replaceable. Would you really want to pay the extra $$ it would cost to have every game shipped in a wood crate?

Quoted from Concretehardt:

Stern needs to add the tilt/drop indicators like what Dutch pinball use.

I would agree, that would be a good add. I did find DP's packaging inferior to Sterns overall though. Box was much more flimsy.

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