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    Default WTB: Sankyo frame circa 2013-2016

    Hey all, does anyone (in North America) have a Sankyo frame they can sell me? This frame was produced during 2013-2016.
    I have a cells for Ranma 1/2 and Thunder Dragon Z, but the frame I have is setup as cyclic. I want get a frame that is not modified to be cyclic, and just pays out balls as normal.

    This is also the same frame as Battle For Vader, etc
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    If you have a Vader full machine for sale, I'd consider that too.
    but mostly I just want to have this cell that dispenses balls as normal! PLEASE HELP??

    Willing to pay for full shipping services (like, you take it to a Fedex depot and they do all of the packing considerations)

    I am going to keep my cyclic frame for sure though, as that is super useful when taking the machine to do demonstrations at festivals and show.
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    Default Re: WTB: Sankyo frame circa 2013-2016

    It is possible to return a cyclic frame back. As long as all the payout equipment is still in place
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    Default Re: WTB: Sankyo frame circa 2013-2016

    Quote Originally Posted by Drunkenclam View Post
    It is possible to return a cyclic frame back. As long as all the payout equipment is still in place
    Remember my Ranma thread? Mine was missing the payout mech at the back/top. pic: http://www.pachitalk.com/forums/atta...6&d=1555046120
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    Default Re: WTB: Sankyo frame circa 2013-2016

    I have poor memory


    Heres one on YJA.

    https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/q285482349
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    Default Re: WTB: Sankyo frame circa 2013-2016

    Quote Originally Posted by Drunkenclam View Post
    I have poor memory


    Heres one on YJA.

    https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/q285482349
    Thanks for the link. I am hoping to find one already in North America if possible. I know some members here sometimes get bulk lots so before I got YJ I want to check more local.
    Good to know it's called EVOL frame.
    I wonder if there is a way to ask on YJ to ensure its not cyclic. I tried signing up for an account but couldn't pass the Japanese captcha.
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    Default WTB: Sankyo frame circa 2013-2016

    Yup... I just bought that ďextraĒ Battle of Vader from a parlor in Myrtle Beach. Let me mull it over a bit, Iím strongly considering selling the frame and project/parts cell separately, since it canít be played more than 5 mins without getting an error in current condition; until somebody fixes that bad clicker motor which is apparently a 10+ hour ordeal. I havenít felt like tackling that lately. Damn you Sankyo for your difficult to service machines, poorly coded error handling, low quality, loud, annoying, and impossible to locate clicker motors!

    Another member mentioned they may want to buy the bad cell; we shall see. It does have the one good clicker motor going for it! Also, prior to making my trip to the parlor I mentioned to some family members I was going to sell/flip one or more of my finds, and they keep calling me out for not selling any of them.... Lately, Iíve re-purposed it as cat furniture in my kitchen, perhaps it could be better utilized?





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    Quote Originally Posted by lotsoballs View Post
    Yup... I just bought that “extra” Battle of Vader from a parlor in Myrtle Beach. Let me mull it over a bit, I’m strongly considering selling the frame and project/parts cell separately, since it can’t be played more than 5 mins without getting an error in current condition; until somebody fixes that bad clicker motor which is apparently a 10+ hour ordeal. I haven’t felt like tackling that lately. Damn you Sankyo for your difficult to service machines, poorly coded error handling, low quality, loud, annoying, and impossible to locate clicker motors!

    Another member mentioned they may want to buy the bad cell; we shall see. It does have the one good clicker motor going for it! Also, prior to making my trip to the parlor I mentioned to some family members I was going to sell/flip one or more of my finds, and they keep calling me out for not selling any of them.... Lately, I’ve re-purposed it as cat furniture in my kitchen, perhaps it could be better utilized?





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    Default Re: WTB: Sankyo frame circa 2013-2016

    Is that a yoga kitty outfit? My kitty runs around au naturel, it's how she rolls!

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    人生に必要なもの。それは勇気と想像力、そして少しのお金だ。

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    Default Re: WTB: Sankyo frame circa 2013-2016

    AWWWW -- what an adorable 'pachi-kitty'!!

    Also gotta wonder about that 'yoga suit' or whatever it is... even moreso how in the world you got the little furball *into* it without bleeding all over it...??
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    Default Re: WTB: Sankyo frame circa 2013-2016

    I assume that's a 'thunder vest', like a weighted blanket for nervous animals?
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    Default Re: WTB: Sankyo frame circa 2013-2016

    Quote Originally Posted by AnythingObscure View Post
    AWWWW -- what an adorable 'pachi-kitty'!!

    .. even moreso how in the world you got the little furball *into* it without bleeding all over it...??
    How true!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cait001 View Post
    I assume that's a 'thunder vest', like a weighted blanket for nervous animals?
    Itís not weighed; but he is a nervous animal with an over-grooming problem; canít stop licking himself! So he wears it periodically to break him of the habit. I just call them the catís pajamas.


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    Default Re: WTB: Sankyo frame circa 2013-2016

    I am ok with thread just becoming a collection of everyone's pets now
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