“Mods designed to be stupid simple”
“Mods designed to be stupid simple”
You just nailed that ramp shot and you're feeling good, then the ball comes rolling back your way, only to give gravity that regular and repeated chance to get all violent with your playfield. Had enough? NinjaCamp and Outpost Kodelia are back with more TPU goodness to help you give the dual nemeses of gravity and friction the middle finger! These thin rollover switch protectors drop right into place and are ready to go in seconds. Rollover damage is eliminated and drop damage from return ramps dropping scraped balls on the playfield is dramatically reduced without the chance for metal edges to dig into your clearcoat.
Order just enough for your return drops, or for your whole set of lanes, or for every rollover switch in the game, the level of protection you wish to pursue is up to you! Available in black, silver/gray, and clear. Some games are going to look a lot better with one than another. In some games, the clear almost disappears, while in others it... well it does not disappear. Here's the good news though: we believe these will have a nearly universal fit across virtually every pinball game that uses these switches in 42mm slots, so if you don't like the way the color you ordered looks on your game, just move them to another where they match better. :)
While it probably goes without saying, we're still gonna say it... these are not compatible with:
- star rollovers
- magnetic reed switches
- 47mm switch slots (now that said, we have tried them in a couple games with this size switch and, while they may slide up and down the slot instead of sitting still, they do... sorta... work)
- 38mm switch slots - We will likely be releasing a 38mm model in the not too distant future
- Other mm switch slots - Do you have games with other size switch slots that you want protected? Let us know and we'll see what we can do!
Not sure what size switch slot you have? Just measure from the inside of the top curve to the inside of the bottom curve.
Also, we obviously cannot test this with every game with 42mm switch slots, but we haven't found one yet that rejected the design. That being said, we can't guarantee it. But, again, if you find a game where these don't work, then just throw them in a game where they do. :)
Finally, yes... it is possible for a very slow roll or an alley pass to occasionally cause the ball to stop along the top edge of the protector, but a nudge will get things moving again. This is a minor problem inherent to any lane switch protector, and the cost of said protection. In our testing, we've never seen anything get stuck badly enough to even cause a danger when shaking it loose. Still, we are trying to be very upfront about this possibility. So if you don't want to deal with the possibility, then this may not be the product for you.
Check out the photos showing the protectors on Rush. Also, note how well the clear virtually disappears on a Whirlwind!
NOTE: As with everything, materials are in short supply these days, so the color we used to print previously purchased parts may not be identical in color/tone to the parts you order today. Since the parts don't directly touch and often sit at very different angles, we think it'll all work out just fine, but we would be remiss not to be upfront about the possibility.
Warranty: NinjaCamp will replace this part at our cost if damage to the part occurs during the course of "normal usage". NinjaCamp has the right to define "normal usage" on a case by case basis.
From $ 10.00
Price depends on selected item variation.
Ships for $ 5.00 (International $ 18.00)
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