Author Topic: 80's Bally Reproduction Cabinet, Backbox and Playfield Harnesses  (Read 276 times)

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Just thought to share a recent resource that I was recommended - Shawn from Third Coast Pinball - and have contracted to make me a full wiring harness for the cabinet, backbox, displays and cables that run between the boards for a custom game that I am doing based on a Bally Skateball. My full harness has been customised a little to suit a modern twist that I needed but Shawn was so accommodating and helpful. I already have a skateball playfield harness so I didn't need that.

As for cost, alot better than I thought especially considering it is using all the wires colours of that of the era and frieght to Aus and also considering it will almost plug and play (a few solders needed) into the cabinet, including filter and varister etc. But you will need to enquiry directly to get a quote for what you need but I was impressed on the value for money / effort.

So if you need any cabling including plugs fitted etc Shawn is the go to guy.

http://www.thirdcoastpinballandgraphics.com/

Shawn also did the incredible Acrylic Pinball Project - high attention to detail.

below are 2 photos of a update I got in relation to wiring he was making for the backbox between boards and to score displays. Obviously he is using a donor cabinet to mock up and get all the cables right as my game will have a full set of Alltek boards. Some of the customisation is locating the power supply to the cabinet and not in the backbox, 2 x 12vdc power leads for my 2 x WAV trigger boards for modern sounds.