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Rules Questions / Re: Dead Ball
« Last post by Kg862c on April 22, 2020, 07:10:01 PM »
Generally when I am playing any ball that touches a goalie/defender is considered dead/no goal. Goals need to be clean!
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Rules Questions / Dead Ball
« Last post by Foosballallah on April 22, 2020, 03:36:20 PM »
I had a situation where my opponents goalie had the ball stop so close to the goal he didn't want to touch it in fear of knocking it in his own goal. What he decided to do was not make any attempt to touch it and let the 15 second rule take effect. I questioned the no attempt decision but he was adamant that those were the rules. Any clarification?
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General Chat / Re: HM 2000 purchase no ball return
« Last post by Foosballallah on April 22, 2020, 12:07:50 PM »
$100 is an incredible price! Bought mine for $900 about 20 years ago and she looks as good as new. I would never part with it for that much. The balls returning on the sides are the only draw back.
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General Chat / RP table value
« Last post by ShopTeacher on April 22, 2020, 08:48:14 AM »
What would you value this table at? What model RP is it? Is it rare?







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General Chat / Re: Searching for the right bearing for my table
« Last post by father04co on April 17, 2020, 06:50:03 PM »
If it makes it easier ::) (can't modify original post)



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General Chat / Re: Searching for the right bearing for my table
« Last post by father04co on April 17, 2020, 06:33:04 PM »
Thanks for the idea, I mostly had in mind Costco won't sell me those parts so no point in contacting them. BUT I did called them and got a phone number and compagny name so I guess it's a good beginning. Also thought of googling costco wooden foosball table and found out a lot of results along with the part # from mfg and costco  ;D :o

http://www.welluniversal.com/col.jsp?id=114

It's made by a compagny called Well Universal (china stuff obviously), they make electric fireplace, furniture, foosball table and some stuff like that. Found a few reviews by people who contacted them successufully and got some parts so it's not a dead end (hope and fingers crossed). I emailed and phone them, both phone numbers I found from them didn't answer but at least it's ringing loll Also emailing Alibaba sellers that have foosball bearings listed to see if they'd maybe have access to that part.

To be continued....
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General Chat / Re: Searching for the right bearing for my table
« Last post by alaskan thunder on April 16, 2020, 08:26:34 PM »
Costco usually has great customer service and return policies. I would start there. You probably aren't going to get an answer here as most people know about a few very specific brands of tournament style tables.
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General Chat / Searching for the right bearing for my table
« Last post by father04co on April 16, 2020, 06:28:03 PM »
After a few hours of googling and searching online literally everywhere here I am! I own a foosball table I bought from Costco awhile ago so sadly doesn’t have any brand, model or anything. Bearings are a bit different from what I see from everywhere and I am confused. From the outside of the table the bearing have 3 holes around so I can slide the metal cover over and lock it in place by spinning it (which I'd like to keep this style to still be able to attach the cover if possible). The inside is only a plastic cover to hide the wood and is angled Let me know if you need any dimensions or anything else. (have 5/8' (16mm) standard rods)

Thank you A LOT!








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General Chat / Re: Tornado Brown Marble - Build Date? Lighting?
« Last post by frontman on April 16, 2020, 06:07:40 AM »
We all love pictures  :)
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General Chat / Re: Tornado Brown Marble - Build Date? Lighting?
« Last post by ShopTeacher on April 15, 2020, 05:11:02 PM »
I bought some 4 foot LED shop lights with cords on Amazon (i think it was 4 lights for $60) and built a stand out of PVC pipe/fittings (painted black). I did 3D print the part that connects the pvc to the score posts. If you dont have access to a 3D printer you might need to get creative depending on your tools, materials, and skill set. Mine was under $30 all said and done... but I had the paint, PVC cement, and 3D printer access.
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