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  1. See if Steve at GumballStuff.com (he is the other replier to this thread) has one. I’m certain he will help you out. He’s my number one supplier myself. He’s great guy and is very knowledgeable.
  2. The adjustable wheel with the riser would be your best bet. It won’t allow as much space like the candy wheel.
  3. I highly suggest you get that adjustable ssf wheel
  4. The candy wheel isn’t meant to do that. The best would be that ssf adjustable wheel you posted earlier. I’ve found that Beaver, eagle, oak, ssf and other imports are all universal. A lot of people may say that beaver are not universal with oak/eagle but I have over 45 locations and can assure you that they do work.
  5. If there’s a will there’s a way! Good luck! Let us know how it works out
  6. That’s a lot of work for something that might not work out. Trust me I’ve been there. For instance look at this post of the question I asked which is very similar to yours. I went through so much work for something that didn’t work out.
  7. The crank handle is a “baffle assembly” it’s so important to the wheel. What that does is stop the machine from jamming and causing mis-vends. It stirs up the contents making sure product is moved into the wheel. This baffle assembly is vital for vending 1 inch capsules or bouncy balls. I even use a baffle assembly for Gumballs just to eliminate the risk of misvends.
  8. Actually that wheel might work because it’s adjustable. You could realistically make it to The right size. I’d suggest keeping the wheel you have and then getting minty chicle gum. https://www.gumball.com/products/carousel-mint-chicle-chewing-gum-9900-count or get that Gumball wheel and get mint Gumballs.
  9. Usually people don’t vend these. You’d have the most luck with a beaver Gumball wheel. I can’t see of any guaranteed way though.
  10. Already out there. godaddy bookkeeping app. ive used it for vending since early 2019
  11. I rebuild 100's of these on a weekly basis. It helps to take them apart and relube them every 3,000 uses. Be careful though because those springs are very small. The nice thing about them is that it is the term "Poka-Yoke" which is idiot proof. Take pictures step by step so you know how to put it back together.
  12. Sideways but yes it is out. Started my vending journey in March of 2019 and have already grown to 20 locations with 45 machines.
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