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Save or Scrap? The FREE SURE SHOT thread.


By spiroagnew

3 years ago



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#14 3 years ago

That one is an easy save and a fun game as well. I have restored worse to collector quality. Have fun on your new restoration.

#22 3 years ago

As a side note I owned a Sure Shot for quite a while and only sold it as I only have room for 6 machines which have to be "A" title to me. I consider Sure Shot a "B+" title and if I ever get more room may have to seek it out again.

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#42 3 years ago
Quoted from spiroagnew:

Is this type of failure a common occurrence?

I would say that someone either put a higher output fuse or no fuse at all and that is why the wire burned so badly from a short. If it had been properly fused there is no way would that have happened.

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#70 3 years ago

Looking great!

If you are having problems with light sockets on your Rack Grid and want a permanent fix:

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/em-light-socket-grid-socket-replacement

#77 3 years ago

Great Job!

Just one thing is that the center target plastic you made is upside down as I owned a Sure Shot and Bank Shot. If you look at your right and left stand up targets they have the curved part of the plastic facing out, the middle should be the same to match. Another tell tale sign is the part number is upside down. This is a pretty common mistake folks make as it is confusing with the round part of the pop bumper being right there as well.

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#85 10 months ago
Quoted from Kominkay:

Where do you get a new back glass for the Sure Shot?

bgresto.com

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