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WTB: NGG No Good Gofers Armature a-21814 *repaired ours*

By pinballplusMN

6 months ago

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    #1 6 months ago


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    WTB: NGG No Good Gofers Armature a-21814 *repaired ours*

    Added: June 1st, 2021 Re-listed: 1 time (July 13th, 2021) Ended: August 1st, 2021



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    I cannot find this part anywhere. I have a customer that is down and would like to find this item. thanks in advance! JR

    I tried pinballcentral but the shipping is horrendous. Thanks in advance!

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    1 week later
    #3 5 months ago

    Another Bump . Thanks!! surely this part is out their??

    #5 5 months ago

    It's available at pinball center.
    One thing to take in to consideration is that this is made of what I think is aluminium (it's light) the original part is steel.
    I bought one as a spare, haven't installed it yet.

    #6 5 months ago

    Will definately order a couple.

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    #7 4 months ago

    Well I made my own repair. Well see if it holds.The client has been patient and I wanted to see if I can get him running.

    1)I removed roll pin.
    2) used a small flipper sleeve as the plunger fits in perfectly.
    3)used some wood to fill in void where fine spring wire goes.This is easily removed after jb weld dries.
    4) used jb weld to fill in void from broken piece. Sleeve is used as mold so the jb weld dries in place.
    5) after jb weld dries sleeve is removed with a razor.
    6) not satisfied as the jb weld seems strong enough but redundancy is always good I get a 45 calibur shell casing from my buddy.
    7) this casing fits perfectly around the plunger and repair work. It barely goes on which is perfect.
    8) the casing needs to be cut to size so the top is even with the top of the plunger.
    9) I place the plunger in a vise and proceed to drill the hole through the plunger while casing is attached.
    10) seems like it will work good and hopefully be stronger than original.

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