Finally the long awaited Spider-man mods are done!!! We have
recreated them to be thinner and have open windows. The windows
have a thin sheet of clear acetate paper over them to give a
more realistic glass look. Each Building is hand made to order.
No going to the toys store and reselling here. We mold and pour
all of our mods. Then hand airbrush and paint each of them.
You can see in the video exactly how they are
installed, but to sum it up, you slide the nylon spacers between
the wire ramp and the cabinet wall. They are really easy to
remove and install. The buildings are not bracketed to the
playfield in any way and have small pieces of Velcro to secure
them from any possible movement. They hold very secure in the
game even with tilting the game and a shaker motor.
It takes about 15 seconds to remove the buildings and about the
same to reinstall. If we were to make a bracket to mount them to
the playfield we would have to recreate the buildings again
because they would get damaged when you lift the playfield up
and down as they sit up against the wall.
We feel that our Spider-man mods are a great example of the
custom work we do here at Back Alley Creations. We stand behind
all of our products and feel that we make a great product that
we hope everyone will love. Thanks to everyone for your patience
while we recreated the new buildings.
Spiderman Game In Action
Full Spider Man Building Set *Light Kit not included*
someone has made the kit!!! That’s right LED’s that fit into
your Buildings, Sandman and Train. These LED mod’s work great
and are easy to install. I have seen them in person and it
really adds something to the mods I have made. Plus they are
really easy to install. There are 2 styles, one is a solder and
the other is a plug and play. Who made this kit you ask? Steve
Groothuis is the creator of this great mod and the kit is only
available through him. That’s right I don’t sell this kit, just
promoting a great product that I feel is a must have for any
Spider-Man owner. So take a look at the video and e-mail Steve
if you are interested in purchasing one of these kits!
The hardware is all powder coated candy blue. To achieve this effect 2
coats of powder are needed. First it is powder coated silver, then the
candy blue over it. Powder coating is great stuff. It is very durable
and stronger than any paint that you would spray on.
***TO SAVE EVERYONE MONEY I use your
personal hardware. What I ask customers to do is, send me their side
rails, lockdown bar, hinges and legs. After they are painted and ready
to ship I will send you a pay-pal request for the shipping.As always, I
only charge exactly what it cost to ship it to you. If you have any
questions about this please contact me.***
"READ THIS BEFORE YOU BUY"
* This is for a paint/powder coating job on "YOUR" personal
hardware pieces. You are NOT buying hardware that is pre-painted. You
are buying the process of having it done to your hardware!
Spiderman Wall Art 1 piece red
Spiderman Wall Art 1 piece black
Spiderman Wall Art Set
Spiderman Brick Web Speaker Panel
Spiderman Web Lace Speaker Panel $175.00
Sandman Mod Installation
To install any of the 3 Sandman pieces, simply remove the back
of the Velcro tab
and press the mod down on the selected area of the game.
Install Instructions and Video
To install the train you need to put in the
set pin that is provided in this kit. The set pin consist of a
black wood screw and a nylon spacer. The screw that you remove
to replace with the pin is located right behind the screw that
holds down the tiny piece of plastic right by the ball shooter
lane. The screw that holds the plastic piece down stays and fits
in the shallow 2nd hole that is in the bottom of the train.
Remove the existing screw and replace it with the set pin.
Next locate the spot light by Doc Oct. Take
the new longer screw and run it through the small metal piece,
Velcro side up. Set this to the side for a moment. Remove the
metal threaded screw carefully from the light post, so not to
lose any of the spacers or damage the light. Next flip the light
upside down (as shown in the picture) and run the new longer
screw and metal piece through it. Then the gray spacer that was
on the bottom. Followed by the longer gray spacer. Finally put
the smaller white spacer (provided) on the bottom and tighten
down. The reason for flipping the light is that
it stays at the same height as it was before you added the
spacer. It drops the light down to the same height. But be
careful not to damage light when flipping it over. Also this is
an optional step.
Spiderman Building Installation Video
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