Fill Em Up questions:
1) can someone confirm the dimensions of the original balls? (I saw 1/2" and 34/64" in there)
2) can someone confirm the dimensions of the original glass?
Happy to say... I got one!!!
An operator had removed the far left and right pins to make them losing columns, but really I don't mind. Makes it harder and it's fine for home playing.
And it plays pretty great too.
The only issue is that when a win goes in and raises up the rear flag/catch, you rotate the knob and the plate sweeps to the back, catching that lip and moving the inner plate forward, which then raises the stopper that allows the knob to move the whole way. My problem is that the stopper doesn't quite move enough by the time it is engaged. Sometime jiggling the knob will work, but any ideas where to inspect and see what part of that cascade of action should be adjusted?
Trying to leave it as original as possible, so while I certainly could modify the metal catch a tad, I'd prefer not to.