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  1. All good points with the past 2 posts on this subject. Does this guy wanting these machines know that you are 15 or did he just come across your website? I don't know many restaurant owners who would want to get into a contract with someone underage. Here are some other things to consider. Do you know how to fix video games? Things will break including monitors, etc. that will need to be serviced. If he is wanting 12-14 machines, you are also going to have to supply games probably like cranes, prize merchandisers, etc.. If you can't work on them yourself, are you going to be paying someone to fix them? Since you don't have a license, who will drive you to the location when stuff breaks down(which it will)? Normal contracts for games like this will include a split which is usually 50/50, 60/40, 65/35 type thing. I don't know any place that is going to sign a deal where they don't get any money until a minimum is hit. Sounds like you got a good head on your shoulders, but stick with your bulk vending for now until you have the capital to go ahead with a full game room of stuff.
  2. Unless you have one of the newest versions of Golden Tee it will make nothing on location. Sell it to someone who would want this for their house.
  3. Have you tried cleaning the basket/machine? Looks like some of those holes on that basket are clogged or gunked up with that yellow substance.
  4. Shipping 17 games is going to be quite expensive depending on what they are. You can get Enterprise truck rental or Penske truck rental cheaper then Uhaul and probably drive yourself there to pickup. If you are doing roundtrip, make sure to get a liftgate as well. Getting anything good? Don't know where you are located, but I might be interested in some stuff depending on what you are getting.
  5. Buck Hunter might do ok, but you will need the newest one. You will then have to deal with broken guns from them being dropped, etc. Your best bet would be the following: Sitdown driving games, air hockey, prize redemption, candy cranes, duck cranes, etc.. People will not have the time to play a game of Golden Tee and Mame is no where being legal to put out on location and make money. let me know if you need any other info, I used to have 8 theatre locations.
  6. Switch to the black Imonex mechs and you will have hardly no jams. I have not had any issues with jams.
  7. $400 each would be a excellent deal. Nfl Blitz has been selling in the $600-1000 range and Area 51 if its in a dedicated cabinet with the sideart, its a $600-800 game as well.
  8. Depending on make/model, this sounds like an issue with the home switch on the gantry. You should see a switch that the claw gantry hits on the rail when it gets to the home position. Start there and see if any broken wires, etc.. If not, replace the switch as they can fail. Let us know and take pics of stuff if you don't know what I am talking about.
  9. Here you go: https://twistedquarter.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=4_46&products_id=184&zenid=bp3kinbr55g4vbhss1lm0i5j65 https://twistedquarter.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=4_47&products_id=737&zenid=bp3kinbr55g4vbhss1lm0i5j65
  10. What does the button look like? If its a normal microswitch button, the switches are easily found at multiple places. Let us know!
  11. If you want to lay a claw machine down, you need to do the following: Take the entire gantry out(with claw, etc.). OR Zip tie the claw(after you drop it down a little bit and shut off power) to the rail. Ziptie the gantry to the rail it runs on. This prevents the entire gantry falling out in transport and breaking glass or the gantry itself.
  12. Yeah, it was his to sell. Are the discs hard to drill through? If I start small and then got bigger in drill bit, could this lock eventually pop? Or am I better to just drill the tab and replace the entire thing?
  13. The disc inside the lock? Or are you talking the outer disc you see?
  14. Thanks, I will try this. No way to drill straight through the center of the ABLOY lock and have it pop? Maybe start small and get bigger in drill bits until it goes?
  15. Picked up a machine that the owner lost the keys to. Appears it is a ABLOY half moon key lock in the t handle. I have drilled all types of locks before, but have never drilled a half moon one(which usually mean higher security). What are my options with this lock? Drill it or do I have to drill the tab on the actual t handle to get this thing to pop? Let me know what every one has done in the past!! Thanks!!
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