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Old 03-09-2013, 11:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do the internals go in? is the mainspring towards the front? I cant seem to find a diagram anywhere, lol.
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just chuck it in any way it fits. it shouldn't really matter.

i'm thinking it is like every other stack tube poppit. spring valve ram...
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ok makes sense to me now, thanks for your help. For some odd reason I couldnt believe they had a nearly all plastic part walling on that metal valve pin. It's working now. The most odd thing i when the battery is low you experience unusual malfunctions, like valve leaks, LOL.
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