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Classic Stern Backglass locking mechanism and upper trim


By chubtoad13

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

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Classic Stern Backglass locking mechanism and upper trim

Added: December 17th, 2018 Ended: January 1st, 2019

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I have a Stingray that is missing the Backglass lock mechanism and doesn’t have the metal trim on the top of the glass.

It’s probably the same for all classic Sterns. Please PM me if you have either or both.

Thanks!


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#2 1 year ago

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#3 1 year ago
Quoted from chubtoad13:

Ad listing: Classic Stern Backglass locking mechanism and upper trim

Earlier Stern games did not use the same type of set up that the later ones did. The "tabs" to lock the backglass in were on the locking bar which moves via the lock / key, much like the style that Bally used. Check out the pic here - https://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=2377&picno=53115&zoom=1.

Jim

#4 1 year ago

I have one last classic Stern backglass locking mechanism.

#5 1 year ago
Quoted from Gott_Lieb:

Earlier Stern games did not use the same type of set up that the later ones did. The "tabs" to lock the backglass in were on the locking bar which moves via the lock / key, much like the style that Bally used. Check out the pic here - https://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=2377&picno=53115&zoom=1.
Jim

I assumed all the classic Sterns had the same locking mech. The one I need is the key on the side with the moving bar.
The other part my Backglass is missing is the metal trim on top of the Backglass.

#6 1 year ago
Quoted from chubtoad13:

I assumed all the classic Sterns had the same locking mech. The one I need is the key on the side with the moving bar.
The other part my Backglass is missing is the metal trim on top of the Backglass.

The earlier ones do not use the metal piece on top of the backglass. Look at the link I provided above.

#7 1 year ago
Quoted from Gott_Lieb:

The earlier ones do not use the metal piece on top of the backglass. Look at the link I provided above.

Ok thanks. Is there something that stops those 2 tabs from rubbing on the Backglass?

#8 1 year ago
Quoted from chubtoad13:

Ok thanks. Is there something that stops those 2 tabs from rubbing on the Backglass?

The plastic trim that is placed on the outside of the glass.

#9 1 year ago
Quoted from Gott_Lieb:

The plastic trim that is placed on the outside of the glass.

Mine only has that on the sides, so I’ll have to get another piece for the top edge before I install the locking mech.
Thanks!

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#10 1 year ago

Found what I needed. Thanks!

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