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I too am wondering about the baseplate on that Seawitch pic Pinballbob uploaded. The SW I just picked up has the "raised" flipper plate, while my Galaxy has the flat plates. The easy way to tell if the flat plate is factory or not is to remove the flipper plate, and see if the flipper bushing screws are routed out.
Why did you undo the "tweaking tilt section" you just wrote? --Jimpal 22:06, 17 September 2012 (BST)
because the experiment of adding the hasps to the playfield is a dismal failure. The playfield doesn't really move and any shove that overcomes the friction of the rails underneath and the playfield is going to tilt the game anyway.