Quoted from mandelbloom:
To be clear I am only selling the EL part not the actual rails .
Just curious...why the change of heart on the lit rails?
Airballs here too on the Premium although seem to be less and less as machine is breaking in after 100 plays. I've got balls that occasionally jump over the flippers and lane plastics for instant drain. My playfield is at 6.5 degrees.
I'm also at the mercy of the autolaunch hitting the standups, then drop targets for an instant drain (left outlane). Anyone have a suggested adjustment for this?
I'm loving this pin and just want to get it dialed in as best as I can.
Quoted from Crile1:
The pinball side mirrors website now says, "a division of cointaker" and their blades are $10 cheaper than the ones on the cointaker site. So is there a difference from buying from one site or the other?
Edit: I got my answer from the source (Melissa) and was told to order from pinballsidemirrors.com.
Thanks for the heads up.
Quoted from Yelobird:
You may very well be right but your statement is also an Assumption unless you actually tried it! I did not Assume they would not sell them I simply ordered a part number and if it wasn't for sale I was fine with a no answer! But you don't get a no if you don't actually ask right? lol On some level Yes I agree selling proprietary LE components such as limited addition art, playfields, back glass etc should be locked but a side rail or lock down bar? Its an in house metal strip with slots cut into it? Nothing Star Wars proprietary about that in my view nor any logo licensed image. Even Disney can't patent a metal cut Slot! At the end of the day, right or wrong, Stern sold a replacement part that generated revenue. Don't believe Anywhere (other than Pinside) does there literature say they will not sell parts if paid for.
My distro said no way I can buy LE rails from him or from STERN. Looks like you may have lucked out as I've been trying to get those for my premium.
Hey guys. We did a podcast interview with Dwight Sullivan (code on Star Wars) in episode three. He offers some pretty interesting info on working with Steve Ritchie in the making of Star Wars, discusses the idea of using a magnet in the game, and more. With the holiday week here if you'd like to give it a listen I think the Star Wars fans here may enjoy it. I love this game.
Please note I'm not attempting to give our podcast a shameless plug, lol. Just thinking some of you may enjoy listening to Dwight!
I have a brand new set of Pinstadiums that I purchased for my Star Wars and never installed. They have the upgraded GI module and UV flasher. I'm asking $215 shipped if anyone is looking to save some money versus ordering a set (these are brand new as well). Please PM me versus replying in the thread. I wanted to post here first before I put them on the general Market Place later.Added 16 months ago:
These have sold.
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