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    Road trip , Road trip , Road trip

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    Road trip , Road trip, Road trip
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    Thanks to @DallasJ for visiting on the weekend and giving me a GOTG Milano Ship. After some thought, I mounted it on the lower right ramp. Pretty easy - removed the small screw holding the ramp in place, then with a spare hex post and bolt (cut into 2 pieces) to form a mounting post for the ship to sit on. I then used supa glue to stick the top part of the bolt to underneath the toy and mount. The hex post holds the ramp in place and all up, looks pretty good, and glass just clears it by about 3mm!

    Mezel Mods sell this exact toy with a small red LED for $45 USD + postage. With such a colourful and wonderfully lit up play field, I didn't think a small red LED would have too much impact anyway, so just mounted the ship on it's own.

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    I am at it again. Wanted to secure the toys better instead of blutac as they were wobbling and sometimes fell off. So I came up with an idea of using a MDF timber 'carpet ramp', carpet layers use to bring the carpet up to a level to match other flooring (tiles, timber, etc). I have no idea what the correct term is for this piece of timber but 'carpet ramp' sounds ok. I used the 12mm ramp (only comes in 8mm or 12 mmm) and cut the 1.2M in half to give me 2 x 600mm lengths. I then applied 3 x coats of satin black enamel (spray can) and fixed (screws & glue) the toys. Stuck some adhesive tabs underneath to protect the head box surface and screwed the timber piece down using the 2 x factory screws at the front. Came up pretty well for GOTG. Next will be GB when my new ECTO-1 car arrives.

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    I guess this is simple way anyone can attach toys or topper items to their machine without drilling or modifying the machine.

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    Yes now i can tilt it

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    Stick a coil up goots bum and make interact with the game

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    Quote Originally Posted by newy16216 View Post
    Stick a coil up goots bum and make interact with the game
    Now that's an idea but when it comes to electronics - forget it!

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    Now that’s a good idea


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