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Old 04-04-2013, 09:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Odyssey cocker fix?

I built this Odyssey Cocker pump last year and it quickly became my favorite go to for the season. It has been sitting over the winter and when I got it out to test it for this spring it was leaking really badly down the barrel. Yay. My Autococker experience prior to this marker was basically nil so any suggestions for getting it back in working order would be very helpful.

I assume it has something to do with the valve not sealing properly. I have taken the marker all the way down and checked/replaced o-rings and cleaned/ relubed everything. I am not seeing any reason that it should be leaking like it is.

Also does anyone know if the Valve in the Odyssey o3m is a standard autococker valve or if its unique to that brand? Need to know in case I need to try replacing some parts.

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Old 04-04-2013, 09:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Have you cocked it before airing it up?
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^ what he said
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Yes I have.
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Lube and adjust your regulator.
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From there only two other options. The cup seal is bad or you need to up the inline reg output pressure
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I had the reg sweet spotted before this started but I did tear it down and clean/lube it. I have tried increasing pressure and decreasing pressure etc.

It really seems to be something with the Valve assembly. Everything looks to be good to go however. Fresh O-rings and lube. Stem looks clean as does the cup seal and valve face.

At this point im looking into replacing the cup seal and or valve in case there is some damage that I am not seeing. However I need a push in the right direction. I was looking at a valve assembly from a Rex Type R . Anyone know if these two are compatible. I think Odyssey had a Fasor style marker also at some point? I missed out on that whole age of markers.
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I'm not sure of the vavle the Odyssey takes, buy if you put a pic up of it then someone can get it figured out
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It's a standard spyder valve most likely with a spyder cup seal. This marker shares parts with the dragun cockers which used spyder valves
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