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  • Part # for underlane "flapper"

    Need # for the part that mounts in the underlane near the foul line and keeps balls from rolling backwards if front ball return fails to pick up ball.
    Triangle thingy with a hole in one corner
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    For just the stop the part # is: 135 001 002. For the whole kit the # is: 611 353 105.
    I had them in a center I used to work at, and when one broke I just made a new one out of some old lane edge board material I had around.
    You don't have to be crazy to do this job...But it helps!


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      Same here, old plastic 1" flat gutter bottom piece and a couple L-brackets from the hardware store. (use a 5/16" hardened bolt, the 1/4 inch don't hold up over time)


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