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Old 05-16-2013, 05:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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sandrige cocker ram?

hey guys im a first time poster so I hope im posting in the right area. I have had this sandridge autococker for about 8 years now and I cut it up about 4 years ago with the intention of putting a e2 on it but I stopped playing, so I never got to it. recently just got hooked gain and want to try and piece it back together. my question is what kind of ram was on this gun, or can it be any kind of ram. thanks in advance guys I really appreciate the help


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Old 05-17-2013, 01:27 AM   #2 (permalink)
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it should be either a Clippard(or STO ram) or possibly a SMC(highly doubtful). i wouldn't bother trying to get it to exact standards, i believe that Spanky used everything as it was a custom shop and offered a line of rams from PPS, WGP, ANS or whatever you wanted. get it working first and foremost.
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Old 05-17-2013, 10:26 AM   #3 (permalink)
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i dont think it can be just any ram. i believe it was a special order SMC Ram that had magnets or a magnet that the hall effect sensors mounted on the ram picked up to operate the self timing system that the sandridges used.

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found the stock part number on customcockers. http://customcockers.com/forum/showt...ight=sandridge

SMC NCDJ2B10-100R-B

http://www.smcusa.com/productsearchr...CDJ2B10-100R-B

http://www.coastpneumatics.com/NCDJ2B10-100R-B.html

also the sandridge rams are threaded 6-40 instead of the standard cocker threading of 6-32 so a standard pump arm will not work without rethreading it. last time i put a pump arm on a sandridge i just ran a 6-40 tap through the pump arm and it worked just fine.
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