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The EM seeking parts thread.


By Shapeshifter

5 years ago



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#5080 5 months ago

Looking for Bally L-248 relay actuators. Not sure how long they used this specific part but the machine it's for is a late 50's model.

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#5088 5 months ago
Quoted from PinballAir:

I do not have that one with the slots all the way across but I do have some of these.
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Thanks, looks like they would work. Was able to source a few locally.

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#5277 3 months ago
Quoted from Coyote:

Hey all, I hate to be That Guy<tm>, but I need one of these clips pictured.
My cat has mine, and won't tell me where he's hid it.
If you can help, lemme know please![quoted image]

You should be able to us an "E" clip in place of that.

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#5423 49 days ago
Quoted from Dono:

Need 2 male Bally Jones plugs, a 20 pin and 22 pin... larger ones are fine as I can cut to fit.
Thanks!!!
Don O

I've got a 22 pin plug. From a William's but should work.

Shoot me your address and it's yours.

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#5470 37 days ago
Quoted from tfduda:

I am looking for an old original white rollover for a mid 50s Gottlieb to replace a non-original red rollover in a Twin Bill. I have a new one from pbresource, but the color is too white compared to the other four original white ones.
These are the ones that have posts that are attached to the spoon (seems like part of the base was melted to attach it to the spoon). Sometimes the melted plastic that holds the rollover to the spoon breaks, but I have been able to reuse them by reaming out a hole in the base of the post and tapping the hole for a screw.
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I have a bunch of these from a Williams Blastoff. If anyone can confirm they're the same thing, I'll shoot you one.

#5473 36 days ago
Quoted from tfduda:

I haven't seen these from a Williams machine, but given that pbresource sells "old style rollover buttons" for machines from the 50s through 70s (from pbresource website: "Used on games from the 1950's, 1960's, and 1970's."), I suspect they should work.

Shoot me your address and I'll send you a couple.

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#5518 18 days ago
Quoted from Fifty:

Really? Cool. I'll try looking up the part number now that I know what it is.

Thank you! I couldn't find the part number anywhere. PBR is out of stock.

Sure. It's the tip that has broken off. I don't have a comparison photo, but I mocked-up the photo to show how it should look. I based it off the left side bracket.
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Yes. I believe this is what happened. Here is a picture of the one from PBR website. I thought more of the tip was gone but it looks like it's only a tiny section. Perhaps this isn't why the bank is slipping out of the bracket? On second look though... It looks like mine is rounded out quite a bit. The brass one is definitely tighter. BTW,
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Maybe just a lock or star washer will keep it tight?

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