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  • Hankin Orbit 1 Parts

    Hey guys,

    Looking to pick up some small parts for a Hankin Orbit 1, but as the manual is totally useless, I do not know any part numbers to search for.

    I need to grab 2 of the yellow stand up target switch assemblies. They are wider than normal standup targets and have two rivets holding the target to the switch. Without being at home to measure, I would say they are about 2.5cm in width. I will measure exactly when I am home this arvo. They can be seen in the image below, there are three of them around the playfield, two of mine have snapped plastic targets. I would just buy entirely new switch assemblies and replace the entire thing.

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    I also need to get two new pop bumper caps of the style shown in the picture. Mine are badly yellowed.

    I also need to buy a stash of the rubber plastic nuts. No idea what these are even called. They are small, rubber nuts that sit on top of the plastics, in place of the standard metal nuts I have on all my other pins.

    Anyone have any idea on the specific parts I need to search for? Happy to order from PSPA, RTBB etc. Or happy to buy from anyone who has the parts in their stash.

    Thanks!

  • #2
    Can't see if there is print on the pop bumper caps but you could always get these and add a decal. Happy to print some decals off if you get me an image file.

    https://www.pinballspareparts.com.au...blank-red.html

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    • #3
      Originally posted by poidapoida View Post
      Can't see if there is print on the pop bumper caps but you could always get these and add a decal. Happy to print some decals off if you get me an image file.

      https://www.pinballspareparts.com.au...blank-red.html
      Thanks [MENTION=10360]poidapoida[/MENTION] they look close enough, I will add them to the order. I have been looking for stand ups and I can't find anything exact, but I have found these ones that look close.

      https://www.pinballspareparts.com.au/a-21960-6.html

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      • #4
        Originally posted by namastepat View Post
        Thanks [MENTION=10360]poidapoida[/MENTION] they look close enough, I will add them to the order. I have been looking for stand ups and I can't find anything exact, but I have found these ones that look close.

        https://www.pinballspareparts.com.au/a-21960-6.html
        rubber post caps...
        https://www.pinballspareparts.com.au/23-6543w.html

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        • #5
          Originally posted by toads View Post
          Excellent, thanks for that.

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          • #6
            Ok, update on this. I bought one of these from PSPA https://www.pinballspareparts.com.au...a-21960-6.html

            It will fit perfectly for the large target at the top of the playfield. However, it is too wide for the two smaller targets. I can't find anything in Australia for square, yellow, rear mounted stand ups.

            PSPA has these ones, https://www.pinballspareparts.com.au...5-5162-06.html which would be close to the right size, but have no mounting bracket, so they are obviously meant to be mounted in an assembly.

            Then they have these ones, which are front mount, which likely won't fit properly. https://www.pinballspareparts.com.au...a-18060-6.html

            Does anyone have any idea of where I could buy yellow, square, rear-mounted stand ups in Australia? Both PSPA and RTBB don't seem to have them, and it's not really worth me bringing them in from the states. Especially as I have advertised it for sale. If I can get them in reasonably short order, I will install them before sale. Would be happy to buy them secondhand also if anyone has them lying around in a parts stash.

            Thanks.

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            • #7
              you know you can drill the rivets and turn them around? you dont even need rivets just nut/bolt them to your old brackets

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              • #8
                Originally posted by wiredoug View Post
                you know you can drill the rivets and turn them around?
                I did not. I am not well versed in these things. I could drill a rivet, but what tool is used to re-rivet them? Definitely not something that I own, so I would be relying on someone else who has the tool.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by namastepat View Post
                  I did not. I am not well versed in these things. I could drill a rivet, but what tool is used to re-rivet them? Definitely not something that I own, so I would be relying on someone else who has the tool.
                  for the switch to bracket rivets just drill the rivets and use M3 nut/washer/bolt from bunnings then you cna put the new switch on the old bracket.

                  the rivet tools arent cheap and you'e a bit far to drop by. want me to post some pics later?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by wiredoug View Post
                    for the switch to bracket rivets just drill the rivets and use M3 nut/washer/bolt from bunnings then you cna put the new switch on the old bracket.

                    the rivet tools arent cheap and you'e a bit far to drop by. want me to post some pics later?
                    Thanks, don't worry about the photos. I understand what you mean. Drill the bottom two rivets holding the switch body together, bolt them back together with the switch on the other side and using the original Hankin bracket. That's easy enough and should do the trick. Thanks.

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                    • #11


                      Would a red one work


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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ddstoys View Post
                        https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...6c7991934a.jpg

                        Would a red one work


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                        Thanks for the offer, but I will try to stick with yellow for now, to keep it original. That switch and bracket does look exactly the same as the large yellow switch, is it a Hankin part? If for some reason my modified yellow switches don't work out, I'll shoot you a PM.

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                        • #13
                          Yeah it probably is a Hankin target


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