The TLDR is could I replace just the back legs on a pinball machine with shorter ones so as to put them on a built-in carpeted bench?
The longer version is that my game room is a completed walk-in attic. Because of this the walls are half height (36" tall) before they begin to slant in slowly to a 9 foot ceiling height (so nothing can sit flat against a wall if that thing is taller than 36"). The exception being the alcove around a double set of Windows. However, there is a carpeted built-in bench under the windows in this alcove (it has an a/c duct going through it). The benches are 19" high and about 32" deep. Since I am tight on space I was wondering if I could put a pinball machine in this alcove such that back of the pinball machine is closest to the windows and the back legs rest on the built-in bench but the front legs sit on the floor out in front of the bench. To do so I would have to replace the back legs with ones 19" shorter. The pinball machine will still be leveled and the original height, just with shorter back legs on the bench. Will having shorter back legs on a bench impact game play or is there a reason why I shouldn't do this?
Thank you for your time and consideration.