I love the retroarcade.co.uk tracks! They do not have holes drilled because they had no idea where my holes were on my machine, and that's fine. They sent me the stainless steel cotter pins they use though.pennymachines wrote: ↑Wed Oct 09, 2019 9:38 amGood to hear that retroarcade.co.uk supply allwin track. Was it expensive?
You should get some idea of the track layout from the mech board, because it will have holes where the fasteners went in. Also look at the pictures in this topic for position of track ends etc. Does your new track come with fasteners attached or does it have holes for threading split pins?
I got 94 cms track for £16 and a 44 cm one for £12. They are 20 mm wide with a 14mm groove in the center.
It feels super high quality and has a great balance of rotational flex and lateral stability.
I obviously only need one of the longer pieces, and that will be cut down. The shorter 44cm one will fit perfectly as the secondary track and will line up pretty much exactly as the very first Ballwin pic in this forum. (note how the garbage current track in the machine way overshoots the cups compared to an original.)
Excuse the misalignment/gap in the cabinet, there was only so much I could do in repairing the prior damage.