(Topic ID: 245046)

Smaller version of this part needed


By timab2000

36 days ago



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#1 36 days ago

Hey I'm looking for a shorter version of this part, the shaft that the clip clips onto, not the clip for my drop Target assembly for my Captain Fantastic I need two of them one for each side or a picture of what one looks like
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#2 36 days ago

E-Clip or C-clip - home depot or hardware store. Buy a bunch of them in all sizes becasue you're going to need them in your lifetime. And you're going to drop and lose 33% of them

#3 36 days ago

It's not the clip I need it's the shorter shaft that the clip, clips on to. Mine seem to long.

Sorry I should have been more specific. I did edit the first post to be more clear Thanks!

#4 36 days ago
Quoted from timab2000:

Hey I'm looking for a shorter version of this part, the shaft that the clip clips onto, not the clip for my drop Target assembly for my Captain Fantastic I need two of them one for each side or a picture of what one looks like
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Parts maunual is your best friend.

#5 36 days ago
Quoted from eyeamred2u:

Parts maunual is your best friend.

Yeah I don't have one of those. Bummer!

#6 36 days ago

Pretty sure the part you want is a shoulder stud. Usually 9/16" length

#7 36 days ago
Quoted from timab2000:

Yeah I don't have one of those. Bummer!

The parts manual is available on pinwiki

#8 36 days ago

If your desperate try some big fat washers or anything else to fill it in that's lite weight like you've been doing, it will be fine until you find the real thing.

John

#9 36 days ago
Quoted from Dayhuff:

If your desperate try some big fat washers or anything else to fill it in that's lite weight like you've been doing, it will be fine until you find the real thing.
John

I thought about doing that, but that always looks kind funky.

Quoted from jj44114:

The parts manual is available on pinwiki

I'll check that out thanks!

#10 36 days ago

I've seen those short pins on Bally EM slot machines from the 70's. Mostly on the reel mech. Do you know any collectors that might have some?

#11 36 days ago
Quoted from timab2000:

I thought about doing that, but that always looks kind funky.blockquote>

Yes it does, but it will get you up and running until you can get the real thing.

John

#13 36 days ago

Pinwiki has all the manuals in a better format than PPS.

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