Receiving requests for the price and added some photos as well as a link to a short video.
The basic ramp will have a flap installed and all holes drilled for mounting. The stop light holes will be handled on a case by case basis. Either you want them or not. Reason for this is should you decide to relocate like I did, then to be clean will not want those holes drilled.
All aspects of the ramp and even a video of it in action are included within the High Speed Club thread…basically pages 9-16.
Goal was to produce a clear ramp and eliminate the need for the ramp cover. Additional benefit discovered after produced is that the new clear ramp is much quieter.
So if you just want the ramp and can do your own assembly, total cost at this time will be $105
Along the way I came up with some options if you are interested.
Option 1. Send me your mounting parts and I will assemble/rivet. Beyond the flap, there are 7 other rivets necessary to attach the hardware to the ramp. For testing, I had tried using screws but quickly found they interfered with ball travel. So unless you are going to grind down the screw heads, rivets should really be used. This option would require that you send me your mounting parts and then I will rivet and test fit in my game. This option will allow you to immediately install in your game when you get it back. Cost for riveting and assembly $20... Photo of necessary parts attached.
Option 2 On the inside uphill curve of the ramp is a ¾” by about 6” metal ball guide. If your game is like most this piece of metal is probably beat up. This piece is just a chromed one side piece of metal… not stainless. I also offer a thinner, stronger piece of polished spring steel to replace this. Cost for this piece is $5
So in summary:
Ramp, drilled and entrance flap installed $90
Shipping to you $15
Option 1. I rivet and assemble using your parts $20
Option 2. New ball guide metal $5
So far most orders have opted for everything, mostly due to the fact that few have a rivet press.
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