How often do you replace your rubber?

Started 2 years ago by Juggernaut in forum Tech > Tech: Generic.


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How often do you replace your rubber?

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By Juggernaut

2 years ago

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2 years ago

How often do you replace your rubber ring kits on your machines?


2 years ago

I believe its quite unsanitary to reuse rubbers.

edit- jus messin, when they look about to shed shavings on the PF they are gone!


2 years ago

Oh - by your thread title I thought you meant something else.........................


2 years ago

every three uses...


2 years ago

Well, it did make ya look!


2 years ago

Depends on which rubber it is. Most rubbers can be rotated and/or inverted to extend their life. You can also rub them with WD40 to clean them up. Take a close look at a routed machine. You will probably notice that the flipper rubber was rotated when the flipper tips got worn.


2 years ago
Anim8ormatt said:

every three uses...

Dirty Bird!


2 years ago

I had to give a thumb up to the first person that posted exactly what I was thinking.


2 years ago

As & when required!


2 years ago

The answer is "When they're worn out."

Rubber cleans up nice with Novus 2. Remove the rubber, add Novus 2, pull the rubber through a rag several times in a looping manner ... Looks great.


2 years ago

when its full


2 years ago
nhm said:

Depends on which rubber it is. Most rubbers can be rotated and/or inverted to extend their life. You can also rub them with WD40 to clean them up. Take a close look at a routed machine. You will probably notice that the flipper rubber was rotated when the flipper tips got worn.

Keep wd40 away from pinballs!


2 years ago

I got a story about wd40 and pinball machines. Man it is to late to tell that story. Long one, don't know where to start.


2 years ago
mickthepin said:

I got a story about wd40 and pinball machines. Man it is to late to tell that story. Long one, don't know where to start.

+1

I wouldn't EVER put WD-40 in a pin, anywhere.


2 years ago

I clean mine with lighter fluid. NO SMOKING!


2 years ago

I use this stuff to clean rubbers, it works amazing. Any dirt just wipes right off.
http://www.pinballlife.com/index.php?p=product&id=2651



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