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    TAF from scratch

    Hang on.. my bad
    That fits inside the subway before it enters the swamp... allows balls to go down the subway only one way


    I have not cleaned this yet!!!

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    Amazing work @FLEX

    Are you building the cab from scratch as well? Pretty sure you've done that before so that should be a piece of cake.
    I have propelled the ball along the proper trajectory and been rewarded

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    Quote Originally Posted by jono View Post
    Amazing work @FLEX

    Are you building the cab from scratch as well? Pretty sure you've done that before so that should be a piece of cake.
    Thanks mate!
    If that turns out to be the only option than yeah, I will tackle another full build, but fingers crossed for an alternative though..

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    amazing work ! I want to see what happens when it's all connected up & the power turned on, with so much wiring work done, hope it's all in the correct place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty daz View Post
    amazing work ! I want to see what happens when it's all connected up & the power turned on, with so much wiring work done, hope it's all in the correct place!
    Me to !!

    I will have plenty of spare fuse's at the ready
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    Wow what an amazing read this thread was! Thanks for all the details, i'm sure they will be very handy for those doing repairs in the future.

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    One day I wouldnt mind taking up the challenge.

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    Donít worry, it will be fine. Just double check everything upon boot up.


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    Kudos and absolutely awesome work for a cracker game - That's the best I can say.

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    Just waiting for some parts to show up, and ordered some timber for the cab build. Thought I would have ago printing something to assist the ball moving through the swamp ( I have heard it can slow things down, and even have ball hangups).
    First couple of trials went pear shaped, but I was just trying to be to tricky with those I think. Dumbed it right down, with a screw in either end to hold it in place (no drilling needed though), and boom !!





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