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Jan 27, 2018 - How can you tell that parts would be readily available? My biggest fear is that it was made prior to 1970 and the Valley-Dynamo site says they. [Broken link] USE SERIAL NUMBER AND use that link to find the year it was made. THEN http://www.valley-dynamoparts.com/docs/ValleyPool2010Web_000.
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How can you tell that parts would be readily available? My biggest fear is that it was made prior to 1970 and the Valley-Dynamo site says they don't have parts for those tables. Other than that, a Valley with drop pockets that looks like that. I might want to throw some Ridgeback Rails & Simonis 860 on there for good measure. Thanks for the input!
There's a place on that site where you put the serial # in to find out what year/model it is. From the pic, it looks to be all there, and in good shape. If so, and the slate's good, i don't know what you would need besides rails, and cloth. I've never seen a drop pocket valley before, only coin ops. I may be confused but why do you think its drop pocket?
It says non coin operated but that only means no coin slot. I can obviously see it is a return model with the ball return opening. If it is drop pocket,its possible someone tore out the return and put plastic drop pockets in.
Good point Scruffy! I'm actually not certain that these are drop pockets. There are two hints that made me think they are.
First, I think you can see wood backing in the back of what would be the ball return gulley. Second, the white pocket liners just seem to be drop pocket liners. Not sure though. I'll have to ask before I go out.