(Topic ID: 187116)

Xenon leg leveler's


By boydsc331

1 year ago



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    #1 1 year ago

    Are xenon legs supposed to be the same length. My Xenon is set at about 5 to 6 degrees incline, but that makes the fronts leg levelers all the way screwed in, and the back are all the way screwed out. Is this normal ? The back leveler's look like they're going to fold over at the slightest push they are so far out. Both front and rear leveler's are 3". Is the playfield supposed to be level with the glass ? Or should the playfield angle more than the glass ? Or should the rear legs be longer ? Is this how everyone's is ?

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    #2 1 year ago

    Pretty normal, sadly. Whether the playfield matches the glass depends on the game. Probably not for Xenon, due to the ramp. The angle the leveler is at suggests your legs have seen better days. You could always buy two longer legs for the back if it concerns you.

    #3 1 year ago

    My fronts are all the way in, and rear 3" most of the way out, but the rear legs are also on 2x4 blocks because the game needs more slope or it's too easy. I think my slope is around 7 degrees.

    #4 1 year ago
    Quoted from dothedoo:

    the rear legs are also on 2x4 blocks

    Amen

    #5 1 year ago

    Playfield angle and glass angle have nothing to do with one another

    #6 1 year ago

    Looks right for all of my Bally's of that time period.

    Front leg lever nut is removed and put inside/above the leg so the front legs can go down another 1/4".

    Back leg lever is 3" and I put one nut on top and one on the bottom because the leveler looks so stressed from being out so far. I have just enough of the rear lever turned in so the inside/top nut has full thread contact with the leveler.

    #7 1 year ago
    Quoted from mg81:

    Looks right for all of my Bally's of that time period.
    Front leg lever nut is removed and put inside/above the leg so the front legs can go down another 1/4".
    Back leg lever is 3" and I put one nut on top and one on the bottom because the leveler looks so stressed from being out so far. I have just enough of the rear lever turned in so the inside/top nut has full thread contact with the leveler.

    ok that's how mine are too. I was just wondering if someone swapped legs before I got the machine but I guess that's not the case. They just look so unstable to me. Does anyone know what legs off what games would be a little longer if I decide to try longer legs in the back ?

    #8 1 year ago
    Quoted from SealClubber:

    Playfield angle and glass angle have nothing to do with one another

    the only reason I said that is I wasn't sure if someone did some kind of cabinet mod that modified the playfield angle making my leg adjustment way off. Like on my comet the playfield angle does not match the glass angle.

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