I’ve owned this Fast Draw (my fave pin of all time) for about 30 years but lately while playing I finally noticed I must have a slight horiz. pf cupping. Maybe you own a game that long and the process creeps up on you like old age. During play it’s very hard to notice but rolling the ball down by hand from the top and using a straightedge, yup it was noticeable. So I thought I’d test the angle iron method for the first time in one spot where my square iron just barely fit thru everything, and raised it up enough with spacers on the ends so it clears the screw heads on the flipper units. It works great, testing it with just this one bar and something temporary under the center as the leverage point and the issue is fixed, balls rolls nice and true. Now I’ll make the ends sturdier by using brackets with multiple screws to spread the stress and put an adjustment bolt or whatever in the middle.
Question - do I need to worry about an angle iron shorting together say, a flipper mounting bracket AND a common wire for the GI or feature lamps that is stapled to the pf, or do I need to insulate those points?