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Nimmers

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Hey guys,

Recently got my first supergun and I'm looking to replace a joystick in it. I have never owned anything with Seimitsu sticks in it before and I can see there are a bunch of different models of the LS-32, like LS-32-01 and LS-32-02 looking here, there are a lot of variants: https://www.akishop.jp/33-joysticks.

This is the model supergun I have: http://forum.arcadeotaku.com/viewtopic.php?t=19677 and here is a pic of mine: http://imgur.com/a/tTnBM


Could anyone here please help me identify what the part number I need?


Thanks :)
 

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That's a regular LS-32 (without the -01 suffix). The one in the Arcade Otaku link has been mounted with a SS mounting plate. So the stick you want is the LS-32-SS.

However, in your pic it looks like it doesn't have a mounting plate at all? Does it have fixing screws on the other side?
 

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It's an LS-32. The mounting plate doesn't matter as it fixes to the top of the LS-32 with four screws so you can remove the mounting plate from your old sticks and swap it over - but it looks like an LS-32-SS.

Pana/Sigma use the same stick in their SG's but fit them without the mounting plate - the mounting screws go directly into the stick body.

You could also go for the LS-32-SS-SC (which has a plastic shaft cover) or the LS-38 which has a stiffer spring.
 

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Doesn't look like Akishop sell the LS-32 without a mounting plate.


Definitely has a mounting plate, you can see it in this picture: http://i934.photobucket.com/albums/ad190/Paulie11111/Paulies Arcade/VEGA9000DXIN6.jpg

Thanks for that! LS-32-SS it is.
http://imgur.com/a/tTnBM
So where is the plate in this pic?
I assumed it was just the angle from where I took the pic of mine but after opening it up again yeah it's mounted straight on there. You can just remove the plate if you don't need it though right?
 

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Yep. You just screw into the stick itself, using the holes that the mounting plate would have used.
 
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