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Offline MartyJ

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Re: When to install a flipper kit?
« Reply #15 on: October 27, 2008, 07:13:18 PM »
OK I've ordered a full kit from Mark, including coils, two generic bats & rubbers.  One matched, the other NFI as there was nothing written on it.  I'll keep it as a spare.

I've also ordered another kickback assembly (same as knocker I believe) as the one from the ripper assembly had died and broken.  From the manual it gives the same assembly part number and thats what I ordered.

Soo, I'll wait til my goodies arrive then comes the fun part of trying to put everything back together!

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Re: When to install a flipper kit?
« Reply #16 on: October 27, 2008, 07:26:28 PM »
OK I've ordered a full kit from Mark, including coils, two generic bats & rubbers.  One matched, the other NFI as there was nothing written on it.  I'll keep it as a spare.

I've also ordered another kickback assembly (same as knocker I believe) as the one from the ripper assembly had died and broken.  From the manual it gives the same assembly part number and thats what I ordered.

Soo, I'll wait til my goodies arrive then comes the fun part of trying to put everything back together!

good stuff Marty - she will play like new when finished. I installed the flipper kit on my Jurassic Park and it plays like new.
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