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Hillbilly last won the day on August 31 2017

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  1. The Beaver mechs will fit a lot of the import machines. Sometimes you will need to grind a bit of the rear backing plate to make them fit.
  2. The gumball wheel pictured is a Rocket Wheel and brush. 850 gumballs will not work You will need to use 1080 or the next size smaller. That will cause problems using the 850. It will slice or crumble the 850.
  3. I have 8 machines in a location because of a Gumball Coaster. Always out of order.
  4. I've had quite a few powder coated. I bargained on the price allowing my guy to get to them in between his big jobs. Sandblasted and powder coated $30 each. If you have space for all the machinery its actually pretty easy. A 5 hp 80 gallon compressor is what you need. Should be able to get one for about $1500 or maybe less new. Be sure you put screws or bolts in any holes or you will damage the threads with the sandblasting. NW will also need new Mylar.
  5. Don't forget it can be done with a little fabricating.
  6. Yep, what Bravo Duck says. The Advance is my favorite machine as well. The thing about stickers and tattoos is you will need many machines to rotate the product and a few high volume locations where you can blow out the leftovers at a quarter. You can also put them in 2" capsules to run in a mix to blow them out.
  7. There is a potential "sugar junkie" in every spot. I had a hair/ nail salon that did $100-150 every 2 months for years. I've also had some that didn't do hardly anything. You never know til you try it. What I do is see how many stylists or nail technicians are working there. That will determine amount of traffic.
  8. Red one appears to be an Advance machine. Sold by A&A Global. Black one may be a Steiner.
  9. They are not ESD machines. That is a brand of coin mechanisms. You will need to identify the machines and contact the manufacturer if they are still in business. Post a picture of the machines. Somebody here will be able to id them for you.
  10. I dont have plastic on my Beaver machines. I take it off and throw it away. I use Oak Acorn bodies.
  11. Is there a conversion fee from US dollars to Canadian dollars that we will be charged if we order?
  12. I dont know what a collar is.
  13. An Oak Acorn body will fit The Beaver base, turning it into an all metal machine. I take the round globes off and use a 300 Oak globe too. If you want a picture of how it looks give me a text. I have done quite a few that way.
  14. I usually dont pay a set percentage. Its probably around 20% of gross or so. I only figure on the bouncy balls. Whatever is easy to figure. A lot of mine are no commission at all.
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