Mills Coin Advance Bar Operating Lever

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Re: Mills Coin Advance Bar Operating Lever

Postby Rick-okc » Fri Jun 17, 2016 5:55 pm

Thanks mechanic, you have a better eye than I do. Didn't notice that. I got with MrSlot1 and ordered replacement parts. Got them this morning. Once I get them installed and working properly, the machine is going up on eBay.
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Re: Mills Coin Advance Bar Operating Lever

Postby SLOT DYNASTY » Sat Jun 18, 2016 2:12 am

mechanic wrote:First thing I noticed was the pull down bar being worn out. Where the hook is the area in the middle should be double the thin upper part that is shown above the block of wood. It will need to be welded and ground down, put it back together and see how it works. Go from there!

How the hell could that pull-down arm get worn that much. That's one-hell-of-a-chunk missing.
That mechanism would have had to be going 24/7, for about 20 years, and I still don't think it
would be that worn. Yes, it's nice to keep things as original as possible. But I draw the line with
this one, being as the machine was transformed into a FAKE "Golden Magget" anyway. So, replace
the arm, as Rick is doing. Bravo! =D>
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