Backbox is done. Do most people just clean up the existing sheet metal insulation? Or replace it?
Going to powder all of the hardware from inside the backbox too. Probably illusion cherry....
Onto finishing off the small PF...thankfully I got my new pair of flush snips in the mail today right in time. And a great pair without the tapered edge. What was life like before Amazon?
I’m tired…but progress. They could’ve put a few more nails in this thing. Desolder a few bulb sockets and remove a few mechs and I’m done with this....at least until sanding.
Main PF mostly done. Gotta say I like that Williams used screws for the PF moulding as opposed to nails like older Sterns.
Why get a proper sticker when you can just Sharpie on masking tape? Decent amount of rust on the lockdown receiver, but salvageable. Going to have to sandblast the hell out of that thing.
If anybody has a JL with a worse apron, let me know before Tuesday or Wednesday. This one is pretty nice, so I’d be willing to swap mine out if you want a better one before I make my drop to the powder guy.
Can I straighten out the coin door skin easily if it’s slightly concave at the bottom, and the bottom doesn’t sit perfectly flat in the frame?
“Dishes are done, man.” Now on to the more fun part and actually building this thing.
And I got sick of staring at that unfinished Superman armor while taking pics for Hallo. All I had left to powder on that game, so I just ripped that off too. Looks like the powder bill is gonna be hefty this time around.
Man, the red and white paint that was under the rails looks so sweet.
Your ohms only matter as long as your speaker matches your cabinet speaker ohm wise.
This thread should help out with info
It shouldn’t matter what game is used, just the way it’s built
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