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  • A2 house needed long term

    Hi I am a2 mechanic 20+ years exp. Would like to know where your center is located and what you are looking for as far as hours and salary. I am proficient with lane maintenance and all aspects of building maintenance. I was a welder by trade before getting in to the bowling industry so I am often able to repair or fabricate parts to make room for other needs in my budget. I prefer to keep spare used assemblies on hand to minimize costly rebuilds. I have installed scoring systems, synthetic overlays and resurfaced wood lanes. I have rewired 40+ a2 pinsetters, some of which were Japanese. Electrical is one of my best areas of experience. my number is 4782788029
    Last edited by Blackdog; 03-11-2019, 04:37 PM.
    you know we don't allow managers back here....

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