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  • #16
    Something [MENTION=893]Railways[/MENTION] could make up. Jeff!

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Gemini2544 View Post
      Something [MENTION=893]Railways[/MENTION] could make up. Jeff!
      You would have to send him your old ones to copy because not all are the same


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      Putting out the feelers for my next early Gotlieb project

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Gemini2544 View Post
        Something [MENTION=893]Railways[/MENTION] could make up. Jeff!
        No thanks. There must be a kazillion different shapes and sizes from different games.
        http://www.aussiearcade.com.au/forum.../138-RAIL-WAYS

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        • #19
          Yeah true but once he has them from each machine he could reproduce them easily. Brushed stainless is the go compaired to the originals. Also on my machines they have holes drilled top and bottom but only nails in the top. I wouldn't drill the bottom holes unless I put nails in them.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by kimbleseven View Post
            Yeah true but once he has them from each machine he could reproduce them easily. Brushed stainless is the go compaired to the originals. Also on my machines they have holes drilled top and bottom but only nails in the top. I wouldn't drill the bottom holes unless I put nails in them.

            Sent from my Lenovo TB-7304F using Aussie Arcade mobile app
            mine has both nails for interest

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            • #21
              these were on the El Dorado that belongs to [MENTION=14402]Budgie[/MENTION]
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              as you can see someone had joined 2 parts together as one was broken

              then the replacements made from stainless steel thanks to [MENTION=1598]OzBlackKnight[/MENTION]
              original finish and polished up, and due to the length some thin double sided tape to prevent any bow.
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              and installed
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