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TSPP Simpsons Pinball Party Custom Side Board Decals - Updated


By sillyoldelf

6 years ago



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#401 3 years ago
Quoted from TimeBandit:

I'm going in for these now. Pimpin' my Simpsin, yeah!!
Gonna look mad with m' yella apron.

that yellow apron is the sh*t. thanks for sharing, especially the link to seller. missed that one entirely

#402 3 years ago

Yeah looks like a must have
Powdered coated my machine yellow and was thinking about getting a metal apron done but this looks so much nicer.

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#403 3 years ago

I bought a TSPP a while ago and it came with the side decals uninstalled and I finally installed them today. WOW. They look great and match the game very well. Great job. Not sure if I like the speaker decal yet but I will give it some time.

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#404 2 years ago

Cool. Give the speaker panel a go - you can always remove if it doesn't grow on you

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#405 2 years ago

I put in my paid-up order last night for one of the last three sets in inventory sillyoldelf Pinside shop. Excited to get them! Hoping the installation is as easy as some people say it is.

#406 2 years ago

Do I just put these decals over the count-bore for the head hinge bolts? I've had a set for awhile because I need to decal the outside too. But I'm wondering if I should just cover the hinge bolts when I'm done.

#407 2 years ago

Hey thanks for your order PinballBJB - they have been dispatched.

Regards your question Matt. Some people put them over the bolts, others cut round them (take out bolts, fit decals, cut hole for bolts in decal and refit).

I actually drilled my cabinet out a little with a wood spade bit so they the bolts sit flush and then the decals go over without trouble. It works really well.

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#408 2 years ago

Bought a TSPP which came with these sidecals unused. Previouw owner had them I think already like 3 yrs but never got to it.

So had to take the playfield out anyway to get the pin upstairs so took the opportunity to install them. This means I supervised the installation as a frined of me is much better in this type of work

Looks awesome, great work

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#409 2 years ago

Nice. Glad to see they finally got installed Enjoy it's a great game.

#410 2 years ago

Just received mine in the mail and they look great! I'm looking forward to adding them to my new TSPP along with some other upgrades.

Thanks sillyoldelf!

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#411 2 years ago

Well I got a set and they are an absolute nightmare to install - in fact both decals got ruined in the process, took me well over an hour to install and they ended up ruined anyway. I for one am really disappointed

#412 2 years ago
Quoted from allsportdvd:

Well I got a set and they are an absolute nightmare to install - in fact both decals got ruined in the process, took me well over an hour to install and they ended up ruined anyway. I for one am really disappointed

I'm going to look at a tspp today that has them on it. They are also ripped from lifting the Playfield up

#413 2 years ago

For protection I use these reusable sideprotectors bought at Pinball Universe in Germany. Apparently they got the idea when they visited Stern. You just slide them over prior to lifting the playfield.

This keeps me safe although I must admit I sometimes forget them .....

Anyway, still intact and I wonder how you could ruin them during installation. Quite easy to do so if you take your time.

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#414 2 years ago
Quoted from Rensh:

For protection I use these reusable sideprotectors bought at Pinball Universe in Germany. Apparently they got the idea when they visited Stern. You just slide them over prior to lifting the playfield.
This keeps me safe although I must admit I sometimes forget them .....
Anyway, still intact and I wonder how you could ruin them during installation. Quite easy to do so if you take your time.

Can you provide a link to where one may purchase these? I have side decals for my simpsons that I haven't installed yet because I am worried about them getting ruined while raising and lowering the play field. Thank you!!

#415 2 years ago
Quoted from atipinball:

Can you provide a link to where one may purchase these? I have side decals for my simpsons that I haven't installed yet because I am worried about them getting ruined while raising and lowering the play field. Thank you!!

Pinball Life carries them: http://www.pinballlife.com/index.php?p=product&id=4575

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#416 2 years ago

What a great idea. Thanks for sharing. Looks like a must have with or without decals

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#417 2 years ago

I'd like a set of decals, how can I purchase them?

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