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Bruswick is no longer selling plastic gears for Pinball wizard motors!


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  • Bruswick is no longer selling plastic gears for Pinball wizard motors!

    So instead of replacing the gears (17-200159 ,17-200160 ) we have to buy new motors or...does anyone know a alternative source?

  • #2
    Probably just redesigning them and superseding the part #. What does Brunswick say?


    • #3
      The part is discontinued and is no longer available. The only option now is to replace the whole motor assembly. Chief


      • #4
        Actually i am looking at 3 d printed gears. Have guy making both internal gears out of 2 different materials. one material is supposedly stronger than the other. Waiting for them so i can install and test with weight
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