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  • AMF_JEFF
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    Nice weld traded for family night with pizza and adult beverages

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  • DuruConsigliere
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    It's the conversion for the AS80 with 90 upgrade so that scoring will work with AMF. It's a cam for the take data switch.

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  • Bill LeMieux
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    What's that part next to the shuttle cam?

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  • Ausweegie
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    Steel tables are notorious for snapping the shafts. I replaced 3 shafts in 4 months. A horrendous sound when it snaps though.

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  • DuruConsigliere
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    Ausweegie, no they're aluminum. TheLegend, my first actual shaft but I've changed 2 double cams. After running for almost 40 yrs there were some groves.

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  • TheLegend
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    Replaced a few of those before. Crack usually develops from the corner of one of the key slots and spirals out from there. Also had splines stripped off on National gearboxes because the output shaft was made of a metal so hard it would eat the up.

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  • Ausweegie
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    Do you have Steele tables by any chance??

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  • mechanic8230
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    Now that is a fun job. Put it in all new and keep it cleaned and lubed and it will stay new.

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  • DuruConsigliere
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    Off lane 33: Table Shaft:
    20200623_101613_HDR.jpg20200623_101509.jpg20200623_101425.jpg For the record we didn't put in that shaft back in. I put a new shaft in.

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  • Mok
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    Originally posted by DuruConsigliere View Post
    Tis but a scratch.
    A 'scratch'?? Your arm's off!


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  • DuruConsigliere
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    Funny enough according to the evening crew they hadn't had any pin jams on it. I discovered it while setting pins after I ran lanes. Who knows, stripped down and yoke sent off for welding if it can be. If not recycle center here I come. Tis but a scratch.

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  • Mok
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    "That'll buff out."

    "JB Weld is your friend."

    "Send it!"

    (snort)
    (chuckle)
    (guffaw)

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  • 8230chief
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    Time to strip it down and put in recycle bin. Later Chief

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  • TheLegend
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    So how many times did the bowler reset the machine with pins stuck the table because he couldn't get a full rack??

    My top league on Monday nights is full of nuts who do it, even when we radio up front asking them to stop. ​​​​​​​

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  • Toomany10pins
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    Dang!

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