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Old 08-04-2010, 03:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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pgp valve work

So I have a cart valve pgp that a proshop worked on. unfortunately they reassembled the card valve so both threaded holed are on the same side! They dont know why the PGP won't work.

So now I have the cart valve, and I lack the tools to fix this. I have a Palmers pgp seal kit, was wondering who could fix this, and how much?
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send it over to Stuffy, he'll help you out.
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Are the air ports on your pgp's body already enlarged?
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nope, it's pretty stock.

problem is the output hole on the valve is not pointing at the gripfrmae, not up into the barrel
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You don't have allen wrenchs? that's usually all you need on a cartridge valve to reposition the holes
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As chaos said, you just need to screw or unscrew the valve half a turn. Allen key help or any two straight things, pens might even work
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