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Trailer Trash-the Pin. The GWJ Chronicles

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    #8951 8 days ago

    I will go with my printer that did all my glass & playfields locally Atlantic Digital Reproductions for the backglass & plastics. Fantastic Pinball (Greg Walker) will be doing the playfield for cnc, lenses, printing, & finish clear coats. He took over my previous production & is doing other small playfield projects along with more titles. Avi & Richard are here to torture me about the playfield & em Jungle Queen in for service.

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    #8952 8 days ago

    Thread summary, Thanksgiving Edition

    It has been almost a month since the last summary, so let's get to it.

    Regarding John and his daily escapades:

    -He sat on a bench with a lone pigeon. Apparently word has spread in the bird community that his scraps are generally inedible.
    -He took a ferry ride to see one of the worlds largest aircraft carriers. He felt it should have been bigger, but stated his glasses are old and may have been the problem.
    -He was impressed the new bartender already knows his name, yet the revelation shocked no one.
    -on the subject of drinking alcohol, he stated that his area has the highest rate of consumption of Lysol. This may explain a LOT.
    -the shop has hookers and drug addicts that frequently walk in looking for the can, water, phone, or sex. I am unsure the order of preference.
    -when his hot dogs went bad, he threw them under a car next to the shop. It is ok, though, as the car did not belong to a customer.
    -stated his wife still watched the home shopping network for "jewelry and crap targeted at women". He also stated some of his friends have dogs that live better than him (which may be a stretch as the dogs can't play the nickel slots)
    -He purchased a new electric grill with which to cook on at the shop. In a shocking development, he no longer uses aluminum foil.
    -stated he had a bad experience with a brownie once, and as a result only enjoys weed in the form of second hand smoke.
    -watched some entertainment (fight) at the Salvation Army. The short guy beat up the tall guy, the cops came and they made up. No bell ringers were harmed.
    -his computer undoubtedly breathed a sigh of relief as he admitted to losing three hammers. The loss of a 1989 rigid screwdriver, however, really hit close to home.
    -said he wished he was in the porn business, but was not part of the plan. Fortunately he has an enormous collection of VHS porn in an old glass display at the shop.
    -reported very few hookers on the street lately, but lots of homeless and crackheads to watch which helps pass the time waiting on the bus.
    -He introduced his "young hippie apprentice to learn master hack amusement repair." After the usual pinside concerns over safety died down, Avi started posting and amazingly fits right in with this thread madness. Welcome, young man!

    As for the build, John made great strides (relatively speaking) after getting the 3rd and 4th order from pinball life.
    -He altered, modified, tweaked, frankensteined, and bastardized the Norris design (all his words). Pinside again threw some outrage, but he is nearly done whacking holes in the whitewood as most everything is assembled.
    -stated he is going to do a hack electrical job to get the whitewood flipping. Polling results hinted this would be the path taken.
    -Stated 4 times this month that things are still going according to plan. The jury is still out on that one,
    -Coach is concerned over some things, but makes an occasional appearance to voice his approval and remind everyone life is good.

    Happy Thanksgiving pinside.

    #8953 8 days ago
    Quoted from Beechwood:

    Thread summary, Thanksgiving Edition
    It has been almost a month since the last summary, so let's get to it.
    Regarding John and his daily escapades:
    -He sat on a bench with a lone pigeon. Apparently word has spread in the bird community that his scraps are generally inedible.
    -He took a ferry ride to see one of the worlds largest aircraft carriers. He felt it should have been bigger, but stated his glasses are old and may have been the problem.
    -He was impressed the new bartender already knows his name, yet the revelation shocked no one.
    -on the subject of drinking alcohol, he stated that his area has the highest rate of consumption of Lysol. This may explain a LOT.
    -the shop has hookers and drug addicts that frequently walk in looking for the can, water, phone, or sex. I am unsure the order of preference.
    -when his hot dogs went bad, he threw them under a car next to the shop. It is ok, though, as the car did not belong to a customer.
    -stated his wife still watched the home shopping network for "jewelry and crap targeted at women". He also stated some of his friends have dogs that live better than him (which may be a stretch as the dogs can't play the nickel slots)
    -He purchased a new electric grill with which to cook on at the shop. In a shocking development, he no longer uses aluminum foil.
    -stated he had a bad experience with a brownie once, and as a result only enjoys weed in the form of second hand smoke.
    -watched some entertainment (fight) at the Salvation Army. The short guy beat up the tall guy, the cops came and they made up. No bell ringers were harmed.
    -his computer undoubtedly breathed a sigh of relief as he admitted to losing three hammers. The loss of a 1989 rigid screwdriver, however, really hit close to home.
    -said he wished he was in the porn business, but was not part of the plan. Fortunately he has an enormous collection of VHS porn in an old glass display at the shop.
    -reported very few hookers on the street lately, but lots of homeless and crackheads to watch which helps pass the time waiting on the bus.
    -He introduced his "young hippie apprentice to learn master hack amusement repair." After the usual pinside concerns over safety died down, Avi started posting and amazingly fits right in with this thread madness. Welcome, young man!
    As for the build, John made great strides (relatively speaking) after getting the 3rd and 4th order from pinball life.
    -He altered, modified, tweaked, frankensteined, and bastardized the Norris design (all his words). Pinside again threw some outrage, but he is nearly done whacking holes in the whitewood as most everything is assembled.
    -stated he is going to do a hack electrical job to get the whitewood flipping. Polling results hinted this would be the path taken.
    -Stated 4 times this month that things are still going according to plan. The jury is still out on that one,
    -Coach is concerned over some things, but makes an occasional appearance to voice his approval and remind everyone life is good.
    Happy Thanksgiving pinside.

    Thanks for the summary. I missed some of these when they happened.

    One addition would be that a virtual pin version of Jon Norris's design debuted, with the design and flow of its figure 8 shot winning particular acclaim. John then nixed the figure 8 shot from his actual build.

    #8954 8 days ago
    Quoted from blueberryjohnson:

    One addition would be that a virtual pin version of Jon Norris's design debuted, with the design and flow of its figure 8 shot winning particular acclaim. John then nixed the figure 8 shot from his actual build.

    Not just nixed but more like taken behind the shed and beat toothless…

    #8955 8 days ago

    Coach said I can get back to posting daily life stuff. Had my crappy cheap Bob's Bacon for breakfast, cheese & crackers for lunch & a yogurt. Finishing beer #2. Wednesday was only 3 beers. Working on Jungle Queen, bunch of stuff (pop bumper, target banks) & got a short on the playfield fuse. 10 amp fuse, got a resetable 15 to trouble shoot. Avi is learning & doing some stuff on his own. He got his marque installed.

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    #8956 8 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    Coach said I can get back to posting daily life stuff. Had my crappy cheap Bob's Bacon for breakfast, cheese & crackers for lunch & a yogurt. Finishing beer #2. Wednesday was only 3 beers. Working on Jungle Queen, bunch of stuff (pop bumper, target banks) & got a short on the playfield fuse. 10 amp fuse, got a resetable 15 to trouble shoot. Avi is learning & doing some stuff on his own. He got his marque installed.
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    Any particular reason to work on this stuff instead of wiring your game?

    #8957 8 days ago
    Quoted from blueberryjohnson:

    Any particular reason to work on this stuff instead of wiring your game?

    Yes got to pace myself & clear out some space. Do you wonder why the oversize plywood whitewood keeps moving around my confined workspace. Have not dropped it on the floor yet, & everyone has a look. It should play well, but people will always think the worst. Maybe Avi will give his interpretation of it tonight. He holds nothing back, & I am not going to boot him out what ever he says! 6 pins set up to get serviced & out of here, along with 4 upright in the corner. Avi has his vid waiting on parts, & Simpsons vid waiting on parts. Hopefully we haul the beast Drag Race out tonight or Friday, but it is Thursday Night drinker at the shop.

    #8958 8 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    Yes got to pace myself & clear out some space. Do you wonder why the oversize plywood whitewood keeps moving around my confined workspace. Have not dropped it on the floor yet, & everyone has a look. It should play well, but people will always think the worst. Maybe Avi will give his interpretation of it tonight. He holds nothing back, & I am not going to boot him out what ever he says! 6 pins set up to get serviced & out of here, along with 4 upright in the corner. Avi has his vid waiting on parts, & Simpsons vid waiting on parts. Hopefully we haul the beast Drag Race out tonight or Friday, but it is Thursday Night drinker at the shop.

    John charge for your services. Seriously, that’s minimum $50 an hour. Especially EMs that very few have a damn clue how to fix. Yeah I know you get rent and utilities covered for your work effort, but I suspect you are probably getting the raw end of the deal here on the barter system. At a minimum take outside work from paying customers to service in your space. I suspect it can highly supplement what you yourself have called your meager pension. More nickel slots and maybe graduate from 4 day after date meat to 1 day after date meat. Even at my arcade I pay myself $15 an hour as our tech to at least have some token acknowledgement of the hours I put in there.

    #8959 8 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    Coach said I can get back to posting daily life stuff. Had my crappy cheap Bob's Bacon for breakfast, cheese & crackers for lunch & a yogurt. Finishing beer #2. Wednesday was only 3 beers. Working on Jungle Queen, bunch of stuff (pop bumper, target banks) & got a short on the playfield fuse. 10 amp fuse, got a resetable 15 to trouble shoot. Avi is learning & doing some stuff on his own. He got his marque installed.
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    I am so glad you are passing on knowledge, especially EMs. Very few people left that can figure these out that I worry the few games remaining will become true museum displays since nobody knows how they work. I believe it’s much of the reason they haven’t accrued in price. Bingos have already met that fate for the most part and you have to almost give them away.

    #8960 8 days ago

    The other younger fulltime tech is leaning more towards powder coating & painting cabinets. Hard to believe only a few of us service techs for a regional population of 500k in a 1 hour radius. Lucky jukebox & more em's are not coming in, but winter is coming fast. Avi is gone for the night & will return next week. Still hope someone posts up a video simulation of what is the play. The bash toy area is fine, people think the skill shot up the middle to target at the top looks impossible but I have faith. Told the coach I will mount the power supplies on top for testing, & he is ok with that.

    Yes bingo games are a very hard sell & almost get no money in my area. EM's have doubled or tripled in value from the lack of pinball games for sale at the bottom in my area the last 10 years. Never thought they were going to go in that direction.

    #8961 8 days ago

    I don't have much in the way of pictures but that's how the marquee turned out. it looks nice. I don't have many thoughts on the Playfield. The area with the 3 targets with the gaps does 'work'. I still believe cleaning it up would make it more desirable and presentable but the way it is now isn't the final release anyways so i apologize for coming off grouchy on that end. It looks much better in real life then it does via pictures.

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    #8962 8 days ago
    Quoted from blueberryjohnson:

    Any particular reason to work on this stuff instead of wiring your game?

    It probably looks like there's alot of room via pictures. but take my word for it. it's a pain in the ass. Having to move a bunch of shit around all the time. Even if GWJ doesn't wire it exactly by the end of the month. there isn't awhole lot else he can do with the playfield till it's wired. So it's not like as though he's waiting on a certain part. it's just a pain in the ass with the clutter.

    #8963 8 days ago
    Quoted from AviRoo:

    It probably looks like there's alot of room via pictures. but take my word for it. it's a pain in the ass. Having to move a bunch of shit around all the time. Even if GWJ doesn't wire it exactly by the end of the month. there isn't awhole lot else he can do with the playfield till it's wired. So it's not like as though he's waiting on a certain part. it's just a pain in the ass with the clutter.

    Does the clutter only go down over time or as fix jobs move out do others come in?

    #8964 8 days ago
    Quoted from AviRoo:

    i apologize for coming off grouchy on that end.
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    You came off as thoughtful and intuitive, no need to apologize for constructive thoughts.

    #8965 8 days ago

    People are getting sick more here so I might be drinking alone tonight. I always get a flu shot, but my buddy & his son are now sick & seem to have sore backs. So it looks like Drag Race is here longer, what a beast of a vid.

    #8966 8 days ago
    Quoted from blueberryjohnson:

    Does the clutter only go down over time or as fix jobs move out do others come in?

    Well think of it like this. There is my machine in there. There is 3 machines that Brew HQ own. Simpsons and 2 pinballs (i think). A Drag Race Machine that was suppose to come out tonight. perhaps it still will. or tomorrow. Plus 3 other pinball machines that all has to be cramped into John's section of the workshop. The Operator has the much bigger area of the workshop and it's a total fucking mess. I offer to sort it out and help him out but he just gets in a weird mood about it. Same with his arcades. I offer to do work for him just for free. Just to help him out and he gets weird about it. Fair enough though he drives around cleaning out the arcades. I don't expect my machine to be done till early December just based on shipping estimates on parts. but i could be wrong.

    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    People are getting sick more here so I might be drinking alone tonight. I always get a flu shot, but my buddy & his son are now sick & seem to have sore backs. So it looks like Drag Race is here longer, what a beast of a vid.

    Oof. I would offer to transport it but i'm more then positive it wouldn't fit in any vehicle we have.

    #8967 8 days ago

    Are you a Swiss chalet man John/Avi?
    Free chocolates with a Festival quarter chicken FYI..

    #8968 8 days ago
    Quoted from cdnpinbacon:

    Are you a Swiss chalet man John/Avi?
    Free chocolates with a Festival quarter chicken FYI..

    I like Swiss Chalet but i would never go there to eat unless someone else was offering to pay for it. pretty well the same for anything. It's not that i can't afford it. just don't care to waste money on junk food when there's food at home.

    #8969 8 days ago

    Jungle Queen is finished now. Avi did 2 new targets to the top of both target banks, & helped clean up a sticky top left pop bumper. Showed him a bunch of stuff, & we both lost screws which we found. He stripped a screw which I had to grind off to get out, shit happens & I likely would have done the same. Then we played it & the playfield fuse kept blowing. Thought it was a bad GI socket by the right target, & replaced it. After searching out I found one near the pop bumper that was shorting out. Very hard to spot the tab. Learned from my AC & Refrigeration instructor, fuse blows & you replace it with same results. More fuses are not going to fix the problem. Next time I will show Avi how to lay a towel down so you do not loose the screws. Showed him how to magnetise a screwdriver tip. The replacement leg plates he previously installed were perfect after I ground the ends down from Pinball Life (Nice Quality, not in a bad way!) to fit. The neck to the head got some epoxy just for strength. Showed him how to use a chair for installing the back legs, & install the head bolts. I may get grumpy at times, but I like passing on my years of knowledge to anyone who wants to learn. So Drag Race, & Jungle Queen ready to leave. Beer #4 coming up.

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    #8970 8 days ago
    Quoted from cdnpinbacon:

    Are you a Swiss chalet man John/Avi?
    Free chocolates with a Festival quarter chicken FYI..

    Better value with my Chicken Picnic Plate with discount, + no tax! Got 3 meals over 2 days with that one. Wife buys Quality Street, I get what she does not like. The steaks were very nice, let them age a extra day. Tonight I hot wired the cheap electric heater with the crappy micro switch for safety. Bashed it on the floor too many times, now it works like a charm, or to the landfill it goes.
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    #8971 8 days ago

    Do you have a rotisserie for wiring? Or is this a sawhorse operation?

    #8972 8 days ago

    I have been hot wiring stuff all my life, but not cars! Working for the City I have a few good stories about my work visits to the cop shop. Never there on my own time to visit & stay in the drunk tank like family (brother) & friends. I do have a story about a close friend who got mental problems & somehow slipped off a bridge to the tracks below. One night he was drinking & got thrown in the drunk tank. His Father was a Sargent with the paddy wagon division. So he gets his son out while working, son wants to continue on drinking instead of going home. Father takes him downtown to the bars which are near the cop shop, & he made it home later alright. Likely walked the 4 or 5 miles, just like my brother. Those guys were real heavy drinkers being born in 1965. Same father use to come home & drop the loaded revolver on the kitchen table. Everyone respected the gun being loaded, & never touched it. The son was very talented in sports & school smarts. In Canada it is likely everyone knows someone with mental illness.

    #8973 8 days ago

    Why does being born in 1965 make you a heavy drinker? If you had said being married makes people heavy drinkers, I totally understand and no argument there. Pretty sure most married men would agree with that.

    #8974 8 days ago

    It feels right now doesn’t it.

    #8975 7 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    Jungle Queen is finished now. Avi did 2 new targets to the top of both target banks, & helped clean up a sticky top left pop bumper. Showed him a bunch of stuff, & we both lost screws which we found. He stripped a screw which I had to grind off to get out, shit happens & I likely would have done the same. Then we played it & the playfield fuse kept blowing. Thought it was a bad GI socket by the right target, & replaced it. After searching out I found one near the pop bumper that was shorting out. Very hard to spot the tab. Learned from my AC & Refrigeration instructor, fuse blows & you replace it with same results. More fuses are not going to fix the problem. Next time I will show Avi how to lay a towel down so you do not loose the screws. Showed him how to magnetise a screwdriver tip. The replacement leg plates he previously installed were perfect after I ground the ends down from Pinball Life (Nice Quality, not in a bad way!) to fit. The neck to the head got some epoxy just for strength. Showed him how to use a chair for installing the back legs, & install the head bolts. I may get grumpy at times, but I like passing on my years of knowledge to anyone who wants to learn. So Drag Race, & Jungle Queen ready to leave. Beer #4 coming up.
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    That’s a nice looking playfield. Almost no wear so it seems. Better than the one I own. Not a fan of the purple LEDs but I know that’s a personal preference.

    #8976 7 days ago

    Just seems like my brother & friends from 1965 were heavy drinkers. 1964 for me & most of my friends were not into being plastered most times. The Jungle Queen does have a lot of wear & not a fan of LED's being used until late 1980's pins or newer.
    The playfield should get the wiring started this weekend. Try to meet the end of month deadline for a flipping pin.

    #8977 7 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    Try to meet the end of month deadline for a flipping pin.

    What's the plan for wiring the whitewood? Going to go through the multimorphic boards so you can have autofire on slings and pops and stuff, or just hard wiring flippers to 48V?

    #8978 7 days ago
    Quoted from Wolfmarsh:

    What's the plan for wiring the whitewood? Going to go through the multimorphic boards so you can have autofire on slings and pops and stuff, or just hard wiring flippers to 48V?

    Can you hard wire single would coils? I would think they'd tear themselves up pretty quickly...

    #8979 7 days ago
    Quoted from TreyBo69:

    Can you hard wire single would coils? I would think they'd tear themselves up pretty quickly...

    Ah I didn't realize he had single wound flippers. You could still do it with an EOS and no flipper hold just to pop a ball around, but way less than optimal.

    #8980 7 days ago

    Way less than optimal you say? That could be this entire thread title.

    #8981 7 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    I will go with my printer that did all my glass & playfields locally Atlantic Digital Reproductions for the backglass & plastics. Fantastic Pinball (Greg Walker) will be doing the playfield for cnc, lenses, printing, & finish clear coats. He took over my previous production & is doing other small playfield projects along with more titles. Avi & Richard are here to torture me about the playfield & em Jungle Queen in for service.

    Here’s a playfield Greg did for my custom build. He’s great at what he does

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    #8982 7 days ago

    Avi is here stripping old EM wire harnesses for wire.

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    #8983 7 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    Avi is here stripping old EM wire harnesses for wire.[quoted image]

    Now the real fun begins! Good luck.

    #8984 7 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    Just seems like my brother & friends from 1965 were heavy drinkers.

    I subscribe to this line of thinking. If it happened to me it happens to everyone. I’m rarely right though…

    #8985 7 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    Had a bad reaction with a brownie, so only second hand smoke for me...
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    I think I remember that. Was that the one someone fed you at my place?

    #8986 7 days ago
    Quoted from EvanDickson:

    I think I remember that. Was that the one someone fed you at my place?

    It was at the hotel before the tournament. Had to lay on your sofa & withdraw from the games. Do not want any more consumables, second hand smoke is ok.

    #8987 7 days ago
    Quoted from cliff_clavin:

    Why does being born in 1965 make you a heavy drinker?

    According to the Chinese Zodiac, 1965 is the Year of the Snake.

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    #8988 7 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    second hand smoke is ok.

    That's exactly what the American Lung Association says as well.

    #8989 7 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    It was at the hotel before the tournament. Had to lay on your sofa & withdraw from the games. Do not want any more consumables, second hand smoke is ok.

    Edibles can take down even the heaviest Marijuana consumers..definitely gotta be careful with those! Much different than smoking the plant! Hey john, what's your favorite pinball manufacturer to work on and play?

    #8990 7 days ago

    Well I remember smoking being everywhere you went. I thought those were the good old days, likely not. Smokes are real expensive in Canada, & I wonder what long term problems all the vape people will have. Guess I mostly have to worry about my beer, food, & being over weight. Not second hand smoke.
    Avi is looking at wiring up a pachlinko game. See if we get smoke in the shop. I do allow smoking at the shop since it is private, but the signs do not stop the hookers & crack heads.
    My favorite games are Bally 1978 - 1982 electronics. Worked on hundreds of them over the years. I tell everyone to buy only early Stern or Bally.

    #8991 7 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    I do allow smoking at the shop since it is private, but the signs do not stop the hookers & crack heads.

    You need a proper sign.

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    #8992 7 days ago
    Quoted from greatwichjohn:

    My favorite games are Bally 1978 - 1982 electronics. Worked on hundreds of them over the years. I tell everyone to buy only early Stern or Bally.

    I have a Bally SpeakEasy-4 from '82, that game scares me the most if i have to work out a problem.

    #8993 7 days ago
    Quoted from Beechwood:

    Now the real fun begins! Good luck.

    It actually wasn't that bad. only took an hour to strip two of them. Mind you i made a mess doing so but i cleaned up afterwards.... Not much in the ways of work today. Got a Pachinko machine working for a buddy who asked GWJ to do so. Really shitty design choice with the way they do their electrical connections. it's like all the parts that are meant to touch eachother are made of paper.

    #8994 7 days ago

    Avi got to go to the local bar, & play some pool for free on the poor quality pool tables. I found a sliver of chalk on the floor. Had 6 beers, & some KFC later. Think there was a hooker there to use the washroom.

    #8995 7 days ago

    Did the hooker choke your 'KFC' chicken?

    #8996 7 days ago

    Are hookers legal anywhere in Canada?

    #8997 7 days ago
    Quoted from TAVsPlace:

    Are hookers legal anywhere in Canada?

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    Wait.... what?

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    #8998 7 days ago

    uh-oh...
    Who's gonna be post #9000???

    #8999 7 days ago

    WHO?!?!

    #9000 7 days ago

    MMEEEEEEE!!!

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