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    I think that most of us have either been shown or worked out procedures for completing various tasks. I'm curious about how others do the lower deck cable.

    I used to do it from the front but now I prefer to remove some stuff and go in from the rear with the deck down. I wedge myself in between the cushion and the back of the deck. I've already separated the cables and removed the long allen bolt so I can get it the rest of the way apart from there. It sure as hell beats reaching over the deck.
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    That's how I do it. I'm not a really big guy so I have no trouble going in from the pit after undoing the stuff at the front of the pinsetter.

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      I replace it the same way. Just be careful, I’ve ripped a few pairs of pants inside the machine

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