StreetSkiver, post: 1252951 wrote:
I dream of two schematic draws with the height dimension indicated?
A.C, post: 1252953 wrote:
Dreams can come true
The dimensions you seek are within. Enjoy.
TheRealNeoGeo, post: 1252964 wrote:
2. LS-32(-01) has to big off a shaft so the shaftcovers don`t fit it.
Paik4Life, post: 1252969 wrote:
No, that was Per talking about LS-40 shafts and you can drill them to fit JLFs.
deadfrog, post: 1252979 wrote:
I've got a reaaaaally silly question. One that makes each and every previous and fairly silly question I've asked look like some monsterful Einsteinian opus chef d'oeuvre masterpiece.
I'd like to order a few 30mm Japanese button hole plugs. Tell me about the most minute and trivial differences between the Sanwa OSBM-30 and the Seimitsu AM-30.
Thank you for indulging my perfectionist idiocy.
Fjod, post: 1252980 wrote:
Does anyone have the exact measurements on the JLF-TP-8S mountingplate (JLF-P-1S) ?
Tried to search the forums, but found nothing of relevance.
EvilSamurai, post: 1252978 wrote:
Why would an octagonal/circular gate have a lesser chance of hitting a diagonal than a square gate if you hit the joystick correctly and what does reflecting under the centering column mean? Also which is better a square, octagonal, or circular gate on a Sanwa JLF?
Paik4Life, post: 1252984 wrote:
See! Per to the rescue again!
ShYtFaCe, post: 1252986 wrote:
From what I've read the LS-32 is supposedly more stiff feeling than the JLF right? So there must be a pretty big difference in play between the JLW and JLF?
Steve F, post: 1252987 wrote:
I didn't find this here so I'll have to ask. I am modding my agetec, and I am going to use a JLW with a circular gate for the stick, which it seems will fit within the mounting depth. I prefer happ buttons over sanwas, but there is absolutely not enough depth to put competitions in here. I just wanted to know if there exists a happ button with a smaller mounting depth than 1.75 inches (which is what I have room for in the agetec) or if there are sanwa or seimitsu buttons that are a little more resistant like happs when pressed. I prefer the springier feel, and the sanwas seem to go off too easily for me.
Paik4Life, post: 1252990 wrote:
I honestly just forced it back on...though I talked to Per about it a long time ago and I think he said there's a weird special tool? Or maybe I'm just imagining that convo...
I also wanted to say that this thread has been getting a lot more use lately. For which I am happy.