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  1. Lunatik4444

    Options for mounting AimTrack Holsters

    just wanted to follow up on my results. The 3M 5200 worked amazingly! Very strong and will have to use a pry bar to take the holsters off using this, perfect!!!
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    Would someone kindly demystify MAME & resolution?

    how did it turn out for you Chin?
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    Options for mounting AimTrack Holsters

    i found this through some research and placed an order. Apparently it's used in boats to fasten very heavy things to hulls and what not and has a 700 psi tensile strength. if it doesn't work, i'll see if i can find a place that sells pre-cut boards and try your method. when it arrives next week, i'll chime back in and let you know how it worked out. 3M 5200 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003E1ULRE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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    Options for mounting AimTrack Holsters

    Thanks Wemr for the idea, yours looks very nice! I'm horrible at being a handyman, i only have a cordless drill, no saws or anything like that. I think that was why i was looking to see if there was a really good adhesive out there that would hold it and would only come off if i chiseled at it lol.
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    Options for mounting AimTrack Holsters

    Thanks for the reply pofo. If I was to use the existing bolts, they are premounted at the bottom of the holster. I would have to get a piece of wood and pre drill 3 holes for those bolts to slide through and then out a nut on the end of it. Then screw that piece of wood to the cabinet. The holster is made of pretty thick gauge steel. It may be a possibility to drill 2 holes through both sides to run a bolt through it and the cabinet. when I get home I'll see if I can take some pics. The cabinet is from monster arcade, it's the 4 player pedestal. I would like to mount them on the inside sidewalls. Thanks again edit: here's the holster http://www.ebay.com/itm/Gun-Holster-for-AimTrak-Light-Gun-by-Ultimarc-for-MAME-these-look-AWESOME-/391412820176 heres the pedestal. I would mount a holster on each side of where the coin mech cutout is. http://www.monsterarcades.com/_p/prd1/896107834/product/4-player-pedestal-arcade-kit
  7. Hey everyone! I have 2 Aimtrack holsters that i'm wanting to mount to the side of my arcade cabinet. There are 3 screws at the end of the holster. I'm not handy with carpentry, so i'd like to know if it would be a decent proposition to sand the paint off one side of the holster and use either Gorilla Glue or Liquid Nails to adhere it to the cabinet? Are there any other good adhesives that will fit the bill? thanks in advance guys! Rich
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    Joystick "Blind Hole" Mounting kits

    i found that using the tape after a few holes that it started to move. I then marked the drill bit with a sharpie and it was perfect
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    Joystick "Blind Hole" Mounting kits

    That helps I think. I have the 5mm set. I should find some scrap wood first and test it before I go for it on the panel. Are these key holes really that important is a question I've been asking myself lately. If I'm constantly taking the joysticks in and out it would make sense but if it's usually a one and done thing, is it worth the extra effort?
  10. good day gents! I have a few questions i was hoping someone might be able to help me with. I purchased from Ultimarc some joystick 'blind hole' mounting kits, but on their site i'm not seeing what size pre-drill is recommended for a pilot hole. Also, i'm not sure how deep i should pre-drill and what drill attachment will ensure it only goes that deep. thanks in advance for your help!! http://www.ultimarc.com/controls.html#mountingkits Richard