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Old 11-12-2017, 11:34 AM   #5 (permalink)
punkncat
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Join Date: Dec 2007

In my own experience with one of their "stock cocker" body kits. The fit and finish were nice. I agree with Cunha's post there, insomuch as what is "available today".

I think what rather upset me was they advertise it as being "stock" and yet the tolerances required that I change timing rod length, cocking rod length, and slim the bolt down to properly operate, among other tweaks from "stock". I guess that manner of thing could be expected from any after market kit, but it sure would have been nice to know BEFORE ordering a bunch of parts and then having to go buy different stuff.

As far as pneumatics and other parts, I opted to go more tried and true old school.
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