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Topper for my Central Park

By Bublehead

1 year ago

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  • Latest reply 1 year ago by pinwiztom
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#6 1 year ago

That pinny looks very, very lonely!

#11 1 year ago
Quoted from Bublehead:

That shadow on the wall to the right is my MBrLE, and next to that is my South Park... so three downstairs and three upstairs, which are Pinbot, his Bride, and Family Guy. Hoping for a TAFrLE, TOMrLE, TotanRLE, a Subway, a Centaur II (I have a lock on one in decent playable shape), Stellar Wars (just because I know where one is that needs restored but has a good playfield, cabinet and bg). Now if I could just get my brother to sell me his Black Knight and Bally Air Aces... but he needs to keep a few pins to play. He bought his BK in 1992 for $195 bucks and he got a perfect pulled playfield for 30 bucks, he got that from Bob Burke at the ‘92 Expo. He has everything to make it look brand new for less than $225

Oh, ok. Looked like your one and only pin. "Subway" is worthy company for it. I've always liked to pair up "Subway" and "Hurdy Gurdy". Two super great backglass animation wedgeheads of the same era. Classic stuff.

#13 1 year ago

"Subway" is special to me as well. It started my brother and me on our pinball collecting journey. He bought one from a local arcade back in 1977. He still owns it. We've been through hundreds of games since that very first one.

#18 1 year ago
Quoted from presqueisle:

I can't find ring charts, but my understanding was that 2" round flippers used a double ring. Going back to find info on this showed conflicting info. I thought flyers showed double rings, and that ring charts showed double. There are past discussions of this on Pinside if you search it out. I've always used doubles as that's what dirtflipper told me Something about where the rubber doesn't hit the ball center unless it's doubled.
Carry on....Nice games!

Absolutely! Double the rubbers on any rounded top 2" flipper. It's because of the long ago change from a 1 1/8" ball, to a 1 1/16th" ball. The flipper didn't change, so this is a factory recommended remedy. It was fixed when the flat top flipper was introduced.

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