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Stripes 10-12-2010 02:07 PM

tank spacer
 
I need a special tank "spacer" made

about 1" long (shorter=better)
made so I can screw a tank in one side, and the other side into a standard ASA

1/8 NPT threaded on the side (1 or 2)
NO output on top
top cut to clear ASA pin

This will be so I can run a 3.5 on my vert asa on my phantom, I have a punisher kit that the guide rod holes were drilled into the air chamber, so I can't use it as a proper ASA

if anyone could let me know if they can do it and an approximate quote, that would be great

druid 10-12-2010 04:48 PM

something like this? Tank Extension [CAHW046] - $20.00 : Palmers Pursuit Shop!, Where Custom Still Means Something

slowerpig81 10-13-2010 07:09 AM

Thats what he's looking for, except with the male ASA output plugged. One way would be to drill and tap the top output hole for a plug.
I could also make one, and I was thinking that instead of leaving the pin depressor in the material, I would drill a flat bottom hole and then drill a small through hole right in the middle from top to bottom to be tapped for a setscrew. This would be installed and loctited in, allowing for an adjustable pin depressor.

Stripes 10-13-2010 10:52 AM

I hadn't thought of that, alex... it would work well, too


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