Quoted from o-din:
So if anybody has the two short 25" inch front Williams legs for Teachers Pet ...
Have a pair that are less than beautiful.
Looking for some plastics for the aforementioned 8-Ball. Both slings and both center pieces.
Quoted from radium:
Looking for a 1-pt bell for my '66 Full House. Last part I need to complete my restore!
I'm having a hard time figuring out a part number or the proper size bell I should be looking for, so any help at all appreciated.
It's part of the match unit.
PBR has the clapper and spring - don't know about the bell and bracket.
Looking for a bumper cap like these:
Used in Chicago Coin Rawhide/Stampede and Stern Rawhide, Stampede, Disco, Pinball, as well as that newfangled electronic Stingray.
It looks like the card fits ok - I'd probably just hide that with an operator sticker or tax stamp.
Quoted from DefaultGen:
Looking for a Grand Prix spinner and bullseye drop target or face.
Also to confirm, these targets use 3/32 rivets? Looks like I can cut down one of these if I have to: http://bayareaamusements.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=BAA&Product_Code=TG-3A-7431-4-5-15
There's a guy on flebay selling targets from a Star Action. They look good.
Quoted from RyanClaytor:
Oh my god, yes! Please! I'll be happy to work out details with you via PM, but before we go that route, let me post a couple more pix here (since we can't via PM).
Here's my Swinger chime unit (without a tub and nylon-tipped plungers bonking the chimes in the middle BETWEEN the nubby bits):
...while THIS is my Jubliee chime unit (with a tub and nylon-tipped plungers bonking the chimes on the outter edge BEYOND the nubby bit):
I need a chime unit for SWINGER (the unit WITHOUT a tub and coils in the middle).
*Fingers crossed you have the anti-tub variety*
Many-many thanks, Barry!!!
It looks like the tub was removed and the coils relocated to compensate for the broken chime bars. Your Jubilee has the correct parts in the correct place.
Quoted from NoQuarters:
Looking for two screws which run across the top of a wooden leg of a Bingo pinball. Two piece screw as shown in photo. Mounts through the leg crossways above the leg bolts. I have two, but missing two . Also would like to find a source for longer wood leg acorn head leg bolts for wooden legs. I only have enough for two legs and they are mismatched. Using regular hex head machine bolts on the back legs for now.
http://www.pbresource.com/legs.html HDW-ANTISPLIT and LegBoltWR halfway down the page.
There's one on flebay.
It's a really common part. I have some. Where are you? Your neighbor probably has some too.
Quoted from MikeO:
An appropriately sized bolt with a plastic/nylon sleeve will get your pin replaced.
One could borrow the adjustable pin from the replay unit - if present.
Quoted from bflagg:
I'll see what I can find tonight
Space Odyssey ball count unit.
Quoted from 4Max:
Hi, looking for a Bally coil 31-0-55 - this is the coil for the gong for my Campus Queen. PBR do not stock it or any equivalent.
Any thoughts? Its quite a short/stubby coil, none of my spare fit the bracket
A Williams B-29-1600 is almost as short/stubby and would probably fit if the coil bracket holes were enlarged slightly.
Quoted from 4Max:
Does anyone have one of these actuators, part number L-248 I believe
Does sell PBR sell them? (I'll email Jimmy Monday)..typically just did a big order, and then realized that i believe this may be why my middle gate relay on my Campus Queen buzzes super loud...I've tried all the usual tricks (clean/sand contact points on armature and coil, slacken..even remove..spring, etc) but maybe its because it moves around a lot due to its missing the bit in yellow shown below that slides over the metal armature.
Maybe I'll find one at Allentown this Friday...
Like this one maybe? It has a tail that fits into a slot in the relay base.
Quoted from SadSack:
I'm having trouble finding replacement eject shields for the saucers on a Gold Rush. They are a little different from all those I see at the parts sites. They have a pin and the button is offset from the eject kicker. I'm not sure if I'm supposed to use the newer style or if someone has these. Pic attached.
The plastic at the bottom of the hole? Pinball Resource has those. Gottlieb A-945 You will need to drill the hole for the wire pin.
Quoted from Toyguy:
Here's another one I am looking for. Haven't been able to locate one yet at any of the usual sites.
(pic of small black rebound rubber)
It's a T-shape, or maybe a better word is a top-hat shape, about 3/4" diameter. A screw goes through the middle into that hollow brass nut. This one is pretty dried out.
How about one of these here 3/4" tapered post bumper with maybe about half of the tapered part cut off?
Quoted from monsonb:
I've got a Williams Full House project.... Among other things, I need to replace a broken bottom switch blade for a jet bumper.
I couldn't find the part number either. I do have a spare if you want it.
You do want to order a batch of Steve's pop bumper rebuild kits - good stuff!
Quoted from bronco-jon:
Can anyone tell me what all backbox's are the same and will work on a 1966 Williams two player? I am talking about just the bare box only.
Parts book says multi players Eager Beaver through A Go Go. Big Chief, 8-Ball, Pot O' Gold and I don't know what else fall in there.
I have a spare box from an 8-Ball but hoo boy is it rough.
Quoted from RyanClaytor:
Just wanted to broadcast a great guy alert about our fellow pinsider, SirScott!
These arrived today! Haven't had a chance to fit 'em yet, but they look pretty darn the same.
Many many thanks, Scott, for salvaging my project (AGAIN)!
That 24 volt coil will probably act like a short in your 50 volt bowler. The rest looks great.
Quoted from monsonb:
Can someone tell me the bracket's correct name? I can't find the part # in the Williams catalog, and I don't know how to search for it at PBR or Marco.
Playfield hold down bracket pn# 1B-3536
Marco is easy enough to search - just put the number in the box. Sorry, no got those.
Might have some spares - let me dig a bit
Quoted from NovaPin:
I'm wondering if someone could confirm a part. I got to replace the shooter housing on my William's Doozie
It has a triangle hole, would the following shooter housing fit?
Yes, but, the flyer shows a tan plastic one like this:
A nice looking copy. They didn't have these the last time I went part shopping.
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