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The EM seeking parts thread.


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5 years ago



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#4701 1 year ago
Quoted from MarkG:

From the '66 catalog, pg 33:
Push Button Switch Link Assembly
A-4263 All 5 Ball Cabinets, Right or Left Side
(other part numbers shown for multiple player cabinets...)

Quoted from jeffc:

From 1968 GTB catalog which covers 1/63 to 12/67:[quoted image]

Awesome, thank you!

#4702 1 year ago

mt45
Buy the match unit from flippers.com.
repro and re-engineered.
I have had it my space mission for 500 to 600 plays.

#4703 1 year ago
Quoted from gutz:

For gottlieb bank a ball '65: right side flipper actuator assembly (?) Im not 100% on the name, i dont have a parts catalog that far back.
The arm/spring/bracket that mounts to the inside of the cabinet. It is the part between the cabinet flipper button and the flipper switch on the playfield.

PM me i have one

#4704 1 year ago
Quoted from PinballAir:

mt45
Buy the match unit from flippers.com.
repro and re-engineered.
I have had it my space mission for 500 to 600 plays.

Thank you sir!

#4705 1 year ago

I had no idea how hard it would be to find online a single metal post on a 72 year old pin would be. I expect many parts to be rare, but a post I wasn't expecting.

I'm looking for a metal post from a united manufacturing pin that holds two rubber rings. It's a thick post with a tapered out bottom. In the pic below on the left shows a bare post with the missing pair, and on the right you can see what is supposed to look. It can't be that hard to find, right?
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#4706 1 year ago
Quoted from RyanStl:

I had no idea how hard it would be to find online a single metal post on a 72 year old pin would be.

That seems like something you should be able to have made by someone with a lathe. Maybe at your local maker space? Things I'd love to have: a lathe and the skills to use it.

/Mark

#4707 1 year ago
Quoted from MarkG:

That seems like something you should be able to have made by someone with a lathe. Maybe at your local maker space? Things I'd love to have: a lathe and the skills to use it.

/Mark

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#4708 1 year ago
Quoted from MarkG:

Things I'd love to have: a lathe and the skills to use it.
/Mark

You seem like the type of guy that would master it in a short time.

#4709 1 year ago
Quoted from RyanStl:

I'm looking for a metal post from a united manufacturing pin that holds two rubber rings

you can find those on most bingo machines.

Try Bingo Joe bingo55joe@hotmail.com

#4710 1 year ago
Quoted from way2wyrd:

you can find those on most bingo machines.

That's a two-ring post, the bingos don't have those, unfortunately, United, Bally, Keeney, or Williams.

#4711 1 year ago
Quoted from way2wyrd:

you can find those on most bingo machines.
Try Bingo Joe bingo55joe@hotmail.com

Thanks, I will reach out. Even if it isn't a bingo part, who knows? Maybe, he may have one.

MarcG I'm sure there is something like that near me, so it's worth looking into. I never thought of that. However, I'm not looking to spend too much on the one post to have custom made.

#4712 1 year ago

Seeking Parts info.

What is this sketchy looking thing on the power cord on my Hi Dolly?? Is it a vintage service plug? There is no way I'll ever use it. Anyone else ever see such a thing?

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#4713 1 year ago
Quoted from Darcy:

Seeking Parts info.
What is this sketchy looking thing on the power cord on my Hi Dolly?? Is it a vintage service plug? There is no way I'll ever use it. Anyone else ever see such a thing?
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yea, service plug... vampire tap etc. Funny while putting up my led Christmas lights I bought a handfull of these at Ace hardware so I could feed offshoots to the lights etc

I had to file down the wide spade on my Weller solder gun and my clipon light so I could plug into these and the round surface mount convenience plug in the gmes

#4714 1 year ago

Looking for a Williams slingshot kicker. My kicker on Yukon Special is broken off behind the slingshot rubber. Will try to get a part # and picture shortly, though I'm assuming it's a common part

#4715 1 year ago
Quoted from Collin:

Looking for a Williams slingshot kicker. My kicker on Yukon Special is broken off behind the slingshot rubber. Will try to get a part # and picture shortly, though I'm assuming it's a common part

I have some Williams slingshot kicker parts. Please post a picture and I will see if they will work.

#4716 1 year ago

Looking for a 68-69 Bally coin door

#4717 1 year ago
Quoted from hazmat7719:

I have some Williams slingshot kicker parts. Please post a picture and I will see if they will work.

Here's what I need. (top is broken off this one)

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#4718 1 year ago
Quoted from Collin:

Here's what I need. (top is broken off this one)

The catalog shows that there are two varieties: http://www.planetarypinball.com/reference/partsmanuals/WMS_Parts_1974-1975/index.html#/44/

You may need to figure out which one you have.

/Mark

#4719 1 year ago
Quoted from Collin:

Here's what I need. (top is broken off this one)
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This is what I have. Please let me know if this is the part that you need.

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#4720 1 year ago

MT45
those little plastic laatchs are always broken. Thing is somebody has those because I bought a couple of them about 5 years back, or 4 years? or 3 years? I dont know who it was. It may very well have een MARCO, I know it wasnt PBR.
If you cant dig one up let me know , I have a spare.

#4721 1 year ago
Quoted from hazmat7719:

This is what I have. Please let me know if this is the part that you need.
That looks the same to me, except the end of the 'kicker' on mine is metal instead of plastic. Looks like a different version of the same part, and should get me where I need to be. PM sent!

#4722 1 year ago
Quoted from weeze:

MT45
those little plastic laatchs are always broken. Thing is somebody has those because I bought a couple of them about 5 years back, or 4 years? or 3 years? I dont know who it was. It may very well have een MARCO, I know it wasnt PBR.
If you cant dig one up let me know , I have a spare.

Thx weeze ... I ordered one from flippers.com in Canada. The entire assembly is $25. Not sure where else they might be available. I looked for quite a period of time. Sounds like these are getting scarce! Sure appreciate the offer

#4723 1 year ago

Here is the arm assembly that is all metal.

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#4724 1 year ago

Hi All,

I'm looking for a set of the plated screws that holds the bracket (bridge?) that goes across the upper end of the rails of a Gottlieb ball shooter lane.

(did that make sense?)

#4725 1 year ago

Looking for used wiring harnesses - cloth covered. Don't need to be complete, just need some decent correct striped wire for spot repairs.
Working on a '74 Bally Amigo, this has to be the end of the line for cloth covered wires used in pins. I was surprised when I opened it up.

#4726 1 year ago
Quoted from DropTarget:

Hi All,
I'm looking for a set of the plated screws that holds the bracket (bridge?) that goes across the upper end of the rails of a Gottlieb ball shooter lane.
(did that make sense?)

Yes, fatter washerhead screws.. I can fix u up

#4727 1 year ago
Quoted from pinhead52:

Yes, fatter washerhead screws.. I can fix u up

Thanks for the offer. They aren't washerheads though, they're round heads.

#4728 1 year ago
Quoted from DropTarget:

Thanks for the offer. They aren't washerheads though, they're round heads.

i should still have these

#4729 1 year ago

that would be great
pm sent

#4730 1 year ago

Needing 1 phenolic ball 7/8 inch diameter for a 1964 Williams Zig Zag (or Wing Ding), used in the back glass animation. Anyone have a parts machine? Photo of ball and old parts list with part number shown. Thanks

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#4731 1 year ago

Looking for a good Hearts & Spades playfield. Keith Hokbrook redid mine and UPS proceeded to lose it on its return trip to CT from TX.

Finders fee or Reward if you have one or locate mine. PM if you want the UPS tracking info.

#4732 1 year ago
Quoted from 1974DeltaQueen:

Looking for a good Hearts & Spades playfield. Keith Hokbrook redid mine and UPS proceeded to lose it on its return trip to CT from TX.
Finders fee or Reward if you have one or locate mine. PM if you want the UPS tracking info.

Damn, that sucks

#4733 1 year ago
Quoted from 1974DeltaQueen:

UPS proceeded to lose it on its return trip to CT

Damm Bryan, there's no excuse for that. During Holiday season or not, no excuse.
I'd put more pressure and maybe have UPS backtrack further..
I have to think it was insured, right?
I have a H&S playfield, but it's pretty worn. I know H&S had been on top of your list..
I'll keep an eye out.. (T)

#4734 1 year ago

Looking for plastics from a Flying Carpet. Either a full set or a few specific pieces. Mainly looking for the slingshot plastics.
Thanks.

#4735 1 year ago
Quoted from Mopar:

Damm Bryan, there's no excuse for that. During Holiday season or not, no excuse.
I'd put more pressure and maybe have UPS backtrack further..
I have to think it was insured, right?
I have a H&S playfield, but it's pretty worn. I know H&S had been on top of your list..
I'll keep an eye out.. (T)

Yea we are going thru the claim process... Bryan has bought a replacement game. but get us pics of the pf, better than parting out the game

#4736 1 year ago
Quoted from mikeincali:

Looking for plastics from a Flying Carpet. Either a full set or a few specific pieces. Mainly looking for the slingshot plastics.
Thanks.

i have spare complete set pm me

#4737 1 year ago
Quoted from boilerman:

PM me i have one

Shout out to Boilerman for hooking me up with the parts I needed for Bank a ball!!!!

#4738 1 year ago
Quoted from gutz:

Shout out to Boilerman for hooking me up with the parts I needed for Bank a ball!!!!

He is the best! Althou I cant get used to the new Avatar. i'll have to start a poll thread on whether he should go back or keep the new.

#4739 1 year ago

I like the new avatar

#4740 1 year ago

why is it those Pennsylvania guys always have the good stuff?

#4741 1 year ago
Quoted from weeze:

why is it those Pennsylvania guys always have the good stuff?

Seems like PA and NJ are in the EM sweet spot. At least they have that

#4742 1 year ago
Quoted from pinhead52:

Seems like PA and NJ are in the EM sweet spot. At least they have that

That’s for sure.

#4743 1 year ago
Quoted from pinhead52:

He is the best! Althou I cant get used to the new Avatar. i'll have to start a poll thread on whether he should go back or keep the new.

went back to the old one ken.... don't want to confuse the AARP crowd

#4744 1 year ago
Quoted from boilerman:

went back to the old one ken.... don't want to confuse the AARP crowd

Thankyou Dave!

#4745 1 year ago

i need a bakelite service outlet for the bottom board. with all the bottom boards i have stacked up not one has the out

#4746 1 year ago

anything for you ken

#4747 1 year ago

Looking for a coin door like this ...

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#4748 1 year ago

Hey guys. I’m getting my Capt Fantastic back up and running after about ten years of storage. Along the way I cannabilzed some parts for another project.

I need two of the metal mounting brackets for the flipper assemblies. I suspect they are available as repros but I figured I would check first. They should be generic, just mid 70s Bally flipper brackets. I don’t need the coils or eos switches but could use the coil mounting bracket and flipper pawls. If you have a few take offs let me know. I would also be fine with two full assemblies with all the associated parts.

I could also use the various under play field parts for connecting the pop number assemblies to the coils.

need two flipper buttons along with the mounting brackets and switches.

One white three inch flipper.

Happy to pay for the stuff not looking for free.

Thanks

Dave

#4749 1 year ago
Quoted from boilerman:

i need a bakelite service outlet for the bottom board. with all the bottom boards i have stacked up not one has the out

I have one out of my Bally Freedom. Yours if you want it.

#4750 1 year ago
Quoted from dasvis:

I have one out of my Bally Freedom. Yours if you want it.

thanks, the bally one should be almost he same.

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