(Topic ID: 144319)

Prevent damage on a GOT going on location.


By dannunz

3 years ago



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#1 3 years ago

How do you operators keep your games in pristine condition while on location? Any protectors I need to have in place on my GOT?

#2 3 years ago

Wax playfield and install cliffy sets

#3 3 years ago

Full shooter lane Cliffys. I usually put some light adhesive (easily removable) Mylar/vinyl down on shooter lane going up about 5 inches then install Cliffys. Protect left, right, & wood side of lane. That is the area that shows the most wear generally. If the ramp returns drop ball on inland switch area some switch Cliffys would also be a good idea.

#6 3 years ago

I can't find the full shooter lane cliffy on his site.

#8 3 years ago

Towards bottom of the page . Multi fit sterns

#9 3 years ago

around here the answer seems to be to make sure the coin mech works but make sure a ball never actually launches.

#10 3 years ago

The multi fit sterns will not work on GOT. Starting with WWE they changed the trough design and the new ones that are not listed are needed for Spike games.

#11 3 years ago

Their not listed but cliff has them?

#12 3 years ago

Remove Stern's junk balls.

#13 3 years ago

ABSOLUTLEY install a full set of Pinbits plastics protectors - as soon as they become available. Best investment you can make. Also a set of mylar cabinet protectors for around the flipper buttons to avoid wear and dirt on the cabinet in the most used part.

#14 3 years ago

Set the Tilt. Pins on route often can get abused with the push and shift crowd. Wipe down the balls before you put them in the game or get a whole new set.

#15 3 years ago
Quoted from dannunz:

Any protectors I need to have in place on my GOT?

Sanity, and the resolve that your game will get dinged up. It's unavoidable. It's on location.

You are taking the right steps though! Cliffy's, shooter lane protection, flipper button protection. Pingulp so people don't put drinks on the pin. All good advice.

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