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    Default 1977 Nishijin M-11: Restored!

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    Love the "Peace" thing, and the fist bump when you hit the top Kurage. Client will dig it. Can you dig it?

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    As usual Fantastic !!
    When things don't go right the 1st time , Step back ,Take a break and come back renewed. RGS

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    Cool Man! I can totally dig it, and that aint no jive talk.

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    Default Re: 1977 Nishijin M-11: Restored!

    I'm restoring a vintage pachinko, what is the best way to remove all the brass pins

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    Default Re: 1977 Nishijin M-11: Restored!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hbridgman View Post
    I'm restoring a vintage pachinko, what is the best way to remove all the brass pins
    Welcome to Pachitalk. Different people use different approaches and different tools to pull nails. You'll also want to make sure your machine isn't a Formica faced machine or you run the risk of chipping the surface. Your best bet is to use the search feature to search for "pulling nails", "restoring pachinko machine" " nail cleaning", and the like. There are many threads full of suggestions on how to do it. Pick the one that seems to best fit your available tools and your comfort level. There is more than one one way to skin a cat. Please don't call PETA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hbridgman View Post
    I'm restoring a vintage pachinko, what is the best way to remove all the brass pins
    take a look at this

    http://www.pachitalk.com/forums/vint...-pull-off.html

    and of course

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    Default Re: 1977 Nishijin M-11: Restored!

    Having trouble removing the ball track on the front of the pachinko , any ideas ?

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    Default Re: 1977 Nishijin M-11: Restored!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hbridgman View Post
    Having trouble removing the ball track on the front of the pachinko , any ideas ?
    can you be more specific??

    if your asking about the steel tracks that loop the cell your going to have to cut the wires from the back side..
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    Default Re: 1977 Nishijin M-11: Restored!

    I am referring to the metal track on the front of the machine, seems it has staples holding it in place, also going to replace the old field because it's stained real bad, only it's looks to be Formica, how do I remove it and not ruin it ?

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    Default Re: 1977 Nishijin M-11: Restored!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hbridgman View Post
    I am referring to the metal track on the front of the machine, seems it has staples holding it in place,
    cut them from the back and you will have to replace with new wire during the rebuild



    Quote Originally Posted by Hbridgman View Post
    also going to replace the old field because it's stained real bad, only it's looks to be Formica, how do I remove it and not ruin it ?
    please post a picture
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