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Wanted: Looking for Twilight Zone Shooter Gate


By Jargus

4 years ago



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#1 4 years ago

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Looking for Twilight Zone Shooter Gate

Added: June 6th, 2015 Re-listed: 1 time (December 2nd, 2015) Ended: February 26th, 2017

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I'm looking for a Twilight Zone Shooter Gate Assembly in good condition. The flaps on mine are all bent up and can't get them straight enough to get a clean skill shot consistently.


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4 months later
#2 4 years ago

*bump* Still looking. It's the only thing inside the game with issues anymore.

#5 4 years ago

The machine was dropped at one point. The cabinet was knocked out of square and the playfield warped. It was then put in storage for years before I bought it. It's amazing I was able to restore it as well I have (I'm certainly no pro, and I did get help on a couple things that were beyond me).

I'm not sure if the gate took damage from the drop, or somehow during game play, but it's definitely bent. I've tried bending it back, but I seem to have two choices: either the ball catches going through the gate, which makes accurate skill shots difficult, or it gets caught after going through the gate, which means tilting or taking the glass off.

Hoping to get a good quality gate, and then adjusting as necessary to get things right.

4 weeks later
#6 4 years ago

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