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Old 02-10-2013, 01:36 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Ahhh so you're just going to adjust the position of the ram plunger on the pump arm? That's a damn good idea if it will give you enough adjustment. I have never thought of doing it that way. You could probably cut the excess threaded portion off the ram and male it perfect. Please let me know how this goes, I'm super interested in trying it on an STO ram of mine.
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The guy at the pb shop explained it more as "the way it should adjust" and not some great new idea. I will keep the tread up to date.

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After contacting Shocktech, i got an email reply that they do not have Bomb 3-way o-rings or o-rings for their Autococker ram.

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Old 02-22-2013, 03:23 PM   #14 (permalink)
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The seals in the ram are standard sizes, you shouldn't need to get them directly from Shocktech. A WGP oring kit would have the proper seals if you want OEM orings, but any normal orings would work. I've also used standard orings in the Bomb before. They were a little tight fitting at first but smoothed out after a few cases of paint.
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