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Gottlieb Spring Break Translite Construction?

By RAC85

4 years ago



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#1 4 years ago

Gents,

(Im trusting this topic is in the correct forum).

I'm rebuilding a Gottlieb Spring Break. I have the translite 'film' but no or other supporting material(s).

Can someone please advise me of how the translite film is supported and backed? Obviously I know that there are plastic channels for the frame, but I have no idea how the original tanslite was constructed or attached to any backing material. Can someone please educate me on this? Could I assume that a piece of Plexiglas. cut to size, could serve as the 'backing' for the film?

Thanks in advance for any help or insights. Also need a source for the translite plastic channel (especially the bottom on with the lift edge.)

Bob
Bowling Green, Ky

#2 4 years ago

If you call the pinball resource they can sell and give you the exact parts you need

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