Cheaper parts supplier than Vendparts

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Cheaper parts supplier than Vendparts

Post by Lee@BIGBAPS »

Know any?

Just been quoted £115 for a shopper 2 door motor and plastic coin chute, I think around £50 would be a fairer price.

Anyone here got shopper 2 parts for sale?
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Re: Cheaper parts supplier than Vendparts

Post by Lee@BIGBAPS »

Come on where do you buy your spares?

I suppose the cheapest way is to find an old machine going cheap and strip it for parts, only need two bits though.
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Re: Cheaper parts supplier than Vendparts

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Have you tried going via Crane's authorised parts people, Scrobie Macintosh?
Sorry, I don't use any Crane machines so can't help.

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Re: Cheaper parts supplier than Vendparts

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I'll have a look, thanks
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Re: Cheaper parts supplier than Vendparts

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What chute, got some spare doors and motors
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Re: Cheaper parts supplier than Vendparts

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It's the black plastic chute, when the coin disappears in the slot it's the first chute the coin will travel down.

I think a coin got stuck so a customer jammed a screwdriver down there and snapped it up, had to take the part from a spare machine but now I need the spare machine fixing up.

Also a door motor, 115v I think.

Both parts for the Shopper 2.