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    I HAVE A MACH WHEN FEEDING THE HEAD PIN TO THE BIN IT LIKE TO GO THREW THE BIN ON TO THE TABLE.I HAVE ADJ THE SHUTTLE AND MOVED THE DIST OVER A LITTLE BUT NOTHING HELPS. I HOPE SOMEONE CAN GIVE ME SOME MORE IDEAS THAT I COULD LOOK FOR IT IS A PAIN

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    Re: PIN FEED ?

    Compare the distance between the two trip arms in front of the distributor with another machine.
    So it goes.

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    • #3
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      Could also be that your dist is too high. I like mine set so the trip fingers when pushed down clear the butt guids by about 1/2 to 1 inch, I find that lets the pin fall flatter. Also, check your head pin rails, make sure the stringer isnt busted at the hole. This could change the angle of the rails.

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      • #4
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        Check the pin butt-guide of bin1. This one is a bit hidden.
        It might be cracked or the schock mounts attached to it.

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          BUFFLO JIM I HAD THAT PROM. EASY WAY TO FIX IS TAKE TRACK ASSEMBLY OFF & LOWER THE BACK OF THEM DRILL NEW HOLES SO IT FEEDS THE PINS MORE LEVEL WHEN THE PIN COMES OFF OF DIST.

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            Re: PIN FEED ?

            Originally posted by SKY SKI FREAK:
            BUFFLO JIM I HAD THAT PROM. EASY WAY TO FIX IS TAKE TRACK ASSEMBLY OFF & LOWER THE BACK OF THEM DRILL NEW HOLES SO IT FEEDS THE PINS MORE LEVEL WHEN THE PIN COMES OFF OF DIST.
            <font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">I also do this. I was going to recomend it next, if the other things mentioned didnt pan out.

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            • #7
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              I also have this prob! Thanks for the fix!
              Necessity IS NOT the mother of invention. Laziness IS the mother of invention.

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              • #8
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                you are welcome. I would suggest drilling the hole about 1/4 inch above the rear rail hole. That will drop the top of the rail. Good luck.

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                  thanks you all for the help

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                  • #10
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                    I have a question, does it do it all the time, or only after a strike cycle? I had a machine that would only do it after a strike cycle, the dist. would let the pin off just about the time the shuttle shuttled the pins, right thru the shuttle. A quick fix was to add an extra pin to the rack, that way there will usually be 2 pins in the headpin slot.

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                    • #11
                      Re: PIN FEED ?

                      yes it does do it alot on a stike cycle.it does work fine with a extra pin in the mach,but the owner of the center does not like extra pins in the mach why i dont know.

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