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Old 07-07-2010, 06:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
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You're taking my idea Heebs . Oh well , great minds think alike I took this one off my sale thread (no longer for sale) This is a good example of what b-cuzz is talking about above . Unfortunately , whoever drilled this rail used 1/4-20 tap instead of 10-32 and spaced the holes just a little farther apart than a standard ASA . I had to open up the holes in that old ASA for clearance . Not my best work as my drill kept sticking on account of the drill not being centered in the holes . So the holes got a little chewed up . But it still works and I replaced that classic valve with an RT-Pro valve w/L10 . I also re-routed the airline as there is just too much tension on the macroline the way it is configured in the pics below . I'll be using 13/3000 bottles to feed air . Shorter bottles are better with a back-bottle mag set-up due to the extra 2-3" in length behing the grip .

L7 Classic Reverse Minimag Valve . It airs up and cycles with no leaks . Backbottle is a hack job , rail has also been cut away for a warp right body .

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Old 07-07-2010, 09:15 PM   #12 (permalink)
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That's about it. The hardest part is getting the holes drilled straight, in a straight row, and spaced right.
The beauty of the Automag is that when you get it set up just how you want it, you discover that you have enough leftover parts to build 2 loaners.

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