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  • 82-70 Kickback Placement

    Would anyone happen to know where I could the placement dimensions for 82-70 kickbacks? Any info would be appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Re: 82-70 Kickback Placement

    CDN, e-mail me your fax # and I will fax you dimensions.
    Mike
    Pinspotters do not break down when they are not running!

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      Re: 82-70 Kickback Placement

      For anyone else who wishes to know, here's the quickie explanation:
      Front edge of steel kickback plate: 6 3/4" from 7-10 line.
      Top edge: 22" above the pindeck plane.
      Set one ball door side (BDS) kickback to these dimensions exactly. Match the other BDS to the first, straight across and height.
      Move commons forward & back to make the gap between the BDS kickbacks the same in the back as in the front.

      Set the commons' heights to 22", or to match the machine next to it (previous pair).

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