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The EM seeking parts thread.

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#8951 65 days ago
Quoted from smohr:

trying to repair some burned out circuit tracing on this 00-90 Unit board for a 1977 Stern Stampede.

There's a picture in the manual that would be a good starting point for a mask if someone wanted to remake the board.

#8952 65 days ago
Quoted from MarkG:

There's a picture in the manual that would be a good starting point for a mask if someone wanted to remake the board.

I do have the manual, I see what your talking about, Im now watching videos on how to do that. Fingers are crossed someone has a parts machine.

#8953 65 days ago
Quoted from smohr:I do have the manual, I see what your talking about, Im now watching videos on how to do that. Fingers are crossed someone has a parts machine.

I had an old timer teach me how to etch a board. Its been 10 years since I've done it, but it wasn't that difficult. If you had a drawing of the board, I think they have paper now you could print on for your mask.

#8954 64 days ago

1975 Bally Wizard! A friend (who is not on Pinside) is seeking parts for the bonus unit or the whole unit for this game. Thanks. PM me.

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#8955 63 days ago

ISO a high resolution scan of a Surf Champ backglass (both sides). Can be in pieces as long as the scans aren't resized before sending.

The only thing left of my current backglass are tiny pieces still sitting in the cab...

#8956 63 days ago
Quoted from A_Bord:ISO a high resolution scan of a Surf Champ backglass (both sides). Can be in pieces as long as the scans aren't resized before sending.
The only thing left of my current backglass are tiny pieces still sitting in the cab...

Did you try bgresto?

http://bgresto.com/?p=1039

#8957 63 days ago

I know he can do it. I also hear there will be a screen printed one by the end of the year. While waiting for the screened one I'd like to try going a different route.

#8958 62 days ago

I have spared up light boards for Team Ones should anybody need one or 5. Also have backglasses, pf's and plastics...

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#8959 62 days ago
Quoted from TheCnyPinGuy:

Looking for a 1-1/8 Ball for a Williams Jolly Joker Woodrail
From IPDB
Ball composition:
Catalin, 1 1/8 inch diameter
But my game has 4 plastic balls so not super picky just want to play all 5 on the game

So… the Jolly Joker required 1 1/8 balls per IPDB

I ordered 1 1/8 ball from Amazon and I get this

Where did I go wrong or was I sent the wrong size ?

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#8960 62 days ago
Quoted from TheCnyPinGuy:

So… the Jolly Joker required 1 1/8 balls per IPDB
I ordered 1 1/8 ball from Amazon and I get this
Where did I go wrong or was I sent the wrong size ?[quoted image]

Take a micrometer to each one and confirm what you have.

#8961 62 days ago
Quoted from BubbaK:

I had an old timer teach me how to etch a board. Its been 10 years since I've done it, but it wasn't that difficult. If you had a drawing of the board, I think they have paper now you could print on for your mask.

Our fix worked for awhile but started to wear. We are able to source a unit/board so we should be in good shape now. We will still try to remake the board for a fun test.

Thanks

#8962 61 days ago

Looking for some parts for, United's Star Slugger and 5th inning.

1.United's Star Slugger.
A) Plastic figures that run the bases.
B) Set of lights that light up upper playfield.

2.United's 5th inning
A) Puck holder/ puck return catcher

Thank you
Pm details

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#8963 61 days ago

kingpin
2.United's 5th inning
A) Puck holder/ puck return catch.
Did you try something like this?

https://www.henkel-adhesives.com/us/en/product/protective-coatings/loctite_sf_f720.html

#8964 61 days ago

I will check it out. Thank you

#8965 61 days ago
Quoted from kingpinman:

I will check it out. Thank you

There's stuff in a spray can also. Apply it in layers while the coats are
still tacky. I used it on the puck catchers on a couple of Target Shuffles..

#8966 58 days ago
Quoted from dpk27:

I am looking for the plastic divider that fits under the apron and over the ball count lamps for a Gottlieb King of Diamonds.

Thingiverse has the file available. Just released June 10th, 2022.
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5407698

#8967 58 days ago
Quoted from dpk27:

I am looking for the plastic divider that fits under the apron and over the ball count lamps for a Gottlieb King of Diamonds.

I have 3D printed the reinforced version file from Thingiverse and it seems to work fine

#8968 58 days ago

Looking for this metal target or a vinyl sticker for 1961 Gtb Flipper Fair.

Didn’t see it in the 1964 catalog.

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#8969 57 days ago
Quoted from Magestic20:

Thingiverse has the file available. Just released June 10th, 2022.
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5407698

Would you be willing to print me one for a fee?
We picked up a nice song along a couple months ago and it’s missing the divider.

Thanks,
Dave

#8970 57 days ago

Looking for this plastic for my flying carpet. Please reach out if you have one avail

Thx!

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#8971 57 days ago

Hello, looking for a matching set of 2 1” green posts for the EM era. Attaching a picture of the post design but in blue for reference. Game is gaucho. Would also need 2 screws for the posts. Thanks!

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#8972 57 days ago
Quoted from Garrett:

I have a Cleopatra SS BG with some flaking and an Aztec BG with some flaking is interested. Can get pics later but found them last night, forgot they were laying around.

How flakey is it the Cleopatra?? I’m looking to improve….

#8973 56 days ago
Quoted from Ironphl:

How flakey is it the Cleopatra?? I’m looking to improve….

I'll get a pic or two later tonight.

#8974 56 days ago
Quoted from Jets_1479:

Hello, looking for a matching set of 2 1” green posts for the EM era. Attaching a picture of the post design but in blue for reference. Game is gaucho. Would also need 2 screws for the posts. Thanks!
[quoted image]

This what you need?
PM your info and I’ll send them out.

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#8975 56 days ago
Quoted from mrm_4:

This what you need?
PM your info and I’ll send them out. [quoted image]

Yes! Sent

#8976 56 days ago

Anybody need a sky jump target plastic?

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#8977 56 days ago

I could use the slings plastics for Sky Jump

#8978 55 days ago

Looking for the mixer unit for Williams Pitch and Bat.

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#8979 55 days ago

I'm looking for a pair of pop bumper assemblies from below the playfield (in red):
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Just the coil, brackets, plunger, spring and yokes. Gottlieb is preferred but 24 volt Williams might work too. I know all this stuff is likely available new but the game probably isn't worthy of new parts.

I'm converting what was someone's parts game back to working order. It's not a restoration, just a repair. It has no backglass or legs and the playfield is trashed. But I've got it working and want to sell it cheap to someone who's new to the hobby and wants to learn, or maybe someone who wants to retheme, etc. It'll never be a a trophy but it's too good to part out.

/Mark

#8980 54 days ago

Wild kingdom empty playfield - 100.00
Wild Kingdom Transformer (works100%) -100
1960s williams 3 coins coin door- 125.00
Gottlieb World Fair Backglass- 50.00

All prices are for local pickup but can ship via usps for flat rate price. PM me for more info.

#8981 52 days ago

Looking for an 8 ball insert for gottlieb bank shot.

#8982 52 days ago

Looking for a nice original or repro Gottlieb Mustang backglass. Would prefer not to ship but will drive and irresponsible distance to pick it up.

Also looking for a plastic set if anybody has one.

#8983 52 days ago

Curious to see if anyone has any spare bakelite flipper links (or in good shape flipper links without being worn) for a Gottlieb Grand Slam (1953). I've been trying to rebuild the flipper assemblies on it, but it has been a bit of a pain trying to get the right drill holes in the bakelite piece along with using the right kind of screw as an EOS actuator.

#8984 52 days ago
Quoted from HydrogenHuman:

Curious to see if anyone has any spare bakelite flipper links (or in good shape flipper links without being worn) for a Gottlieb Grand Slam (1953). I've been trying to rebuild the flipper assemblies on it, but it has been a bit of a pain trying to get the right drill holes in the bakelite piece along with using the right kind of screw as an EOS actuator.

The OEM parts are metal.
1) A-1978 Flipper Link 2-1/4" hole center to hole center.
2) A-858 Flipper lever arm.
3) A-647 Stud Insulator 3/4"
4) A-272 Arm Plunger
5) Misc. Roll Pin / Brass washers / large washer.
6) A-1081 Large hairpin fastener.

#8985 50 days ago

I’m going through my parts trying to trim them down a bit. I have a box of (30) 1970’s Williams relays of various types. Shoot me an offer. I also have some Williams score reels and a whole decagon Gottlieb score reel unit.

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#8986 49 days ago
Quoted from pinhead52:

Anybody need a sky jump target plastic?[quoted image]

Here's a side by side old and new comparison... Looks fantastic!

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#8987 49 days ago
Quoted from DorkInAbox:

Here's a side by side old and new comparison... Looks fantastic![quoted image]

thx, I have a couple of "always broke" pieces, So76 center plastic, lower Abra, lower TO plastics. Sure hope the new Rescue Co get up and running soon!

#8988 49 days ago
Quoted from vec-tor:

The OEM parts are metal.
1) A-1978 Flipper Link 2-1/4" hole center to hole center.
2) A-858 Flipper lever arm.
3) A-647 Stud Insulator 3/4"
4) A-272 Arm Plunger
5) Misc. Roll Pin / Brass washers / large washer.
6) A-1081 Large hairpin fastener.

For Grand Slam (1953) I believe these parts aren't compatible since they were made for gottliebs from the mid 60's but not before.

#8989 47 days ago

Looking for a 25 cent coin plate for a Williams Beat the clock. Also would consider the whole plate which has both the 10 cent and 25 cent that are riveted on.

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#8990 45 days ago

Looking for a complete knocker assembly for Gottlieb EM.

#8991 45 days ago

I have a picture of the linkage part on the right of the image that I need for my Grand Slam (1953). Basically I'm looking for 2 spare parts that aren't worn, or if someone even has already made bakelite versions of this part that's fine too.

It's the last missing piece I need to rebuild the flippers, and I've been procrastinating on it because of how annoying it is to make the part.

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#8992 45 days ago
Quoted from JethroP:

Looking for a complete knocker assembly for Gottlieb EM.

Ive got a 70's style... $35 shipped

#8993 45 days ago
Quoted from JethroP:

Looking for a complete knocker assembly for Gottlieb EM.

Ok I see pbr sells this for $27

http://www.pbresource.com/hhouse/gtb-ma-12.jpg

I'll do $30 shipped

#8994 45 days ago
Quoted from FantasticPinball:

I am looking for parts for the head of a 1972 Bally Fireball. Please let me know if anyone has a parts machine.

bump
Still looking. I have an empty head that will work, and I have a backglass. I am looking for the panel with all parts attached inside the head so that I can revive a 1972 Fireball.

#8995 45 days ago
Quoted from HydrogenHuman:

I have a picture of the linkage part on the right of the image that I need for my Grand Slam (1953). Basically I'm looking for 2 spare parts that aren't worn, or if someone even has already made bakelite versions of this part that's fine too.
It's the last missing piece I need to rebuild the flippers, and I've been procrastinating on it because of how annoying it is to make the part.
[quoted image]

These are the part numbers from the 1953 parts catalog that Steve Young
reprinted back in 1982.
Gottlieb Parts Catalog Volume D.
1) A-1978 Flipper Link 2-1/4" hole center to hole center.
2) A-858 Flipper lever arm.
3) A-647 Stud Insulator 3/4"
4) A-272 Arm Plunger
5) Misc. Roll Pin / Brass washers / large washer.
6) A-1081 Large hairpin fastener.
Question: What is wrong with the linkage [part #A-1978]?
--------- has the roll pin flared the metal out?

#8996 45 days ago
Quoted from pinhead52:

Ok I see pbr sells this for $27
http://www.pbresource.com/hhouse/gtb-ma-12.jpg
I'll do $30 shipped

You sent a pic of the SS knocker with A5195 coil. Different coil. I'm looking for the EM version with A5143 coil.

#8997 44 days ago
Quoted from JethroP:

You sent a pic of the SS knocker with A5195 coil. Different coil. I'm looking for the EM version with A5143 coil.

I have a good EM Knocker with a A-5194 coil (very common on knockers) 10.00 + Shipping.

If interested, let me know.

Thanks,

Mike Thomas (Comet buyer)

#8998 44 days ago
Quoted from vec-tor:

These are the part numbers from the 1953 parts catalog that Steve Young
reprinted back in 1982.
Gottlieb Parts Catalog Volume D.
1) A-1978 Flipper Link 2-1/4" hole center to hole center.
2) A-858 Flipper lever arm.
3) A-647 Stud Insulator 3/4"
4) A-272 Arm Plunger
5) Misc. Roll Pin / Brass washers / large washer.
6) A-1081 Large hairpin fastener.
Question: What is wrong with the linkage [part #A-1978]?
--------- has the roll pin flared the metal out?

I did contact PBResource before and they said they did not have the linkage I'm looking for, and I'd have to make it out of bakelite.

And yes, what has happened is over time it has made the holes on the left and right sides more oblong/flared and so the movement is loose/sloppy on the flipper action.

#8999 44 days ago
Quoted from Mthomasslo:

I have a good EM Knocker with a A-5194 coil (very common on knockers) 10.00 + Shipping.
If interested, let me know.
Thanks,
Mike Thomas (Comet buyer)

Thank you. Money sent.

#9000 42 days ago
Quoted from CactusJack:

Got a friend looking for a complete cash box for his Volley. If any one has one they want to part with, let me know. Doesn't have to be nice and shinny, just shouldn't look like it was unearthed from the local dinosaur diggings.

I have 5 cash boxes, but don’t know what’s what- some came from a few pins I no longer have and one came from my Buccaneer, that one should work?
Let me know what it looks like- or dimensions.

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