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Looking for sage advise

By ProjectSmoke

2 years ago


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#9 2 years ago

Either way you’re going to end up with 2. It’s just a matter of time. My biggest suggestion to first time buyers is either buy a 89-2000 Bally/Williams if you feel comfortable learning how to troubleshoot and fix a machine or buy a new machine if you just want to play and not worry about it. Yes, you will have to adjust a new machine a little. You’re going to lose money on a new machine as soon as you open the box, though. If I were you, I would buy 2 machines. See what you like and sell or trade one down the road. Any pinball machine is better than no pinball machine and 2 is typically better than one.

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#32 2 years ago

Great first pin.

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