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Squall409 06-14-2013 09:14 PM

Trilogy question
 
So quick question for everyone. I have am extra trilogy laying around that I'm not doing anything with, so I want to turn it into a pump. My question is, would a CCM 86 frame fit on a trilogy? I know it sounds kinda weird to do that, but I want to make something that I personally have never seen before. I have an idea of everything I want to do to it. This is one of the main things though.

Thanks all

destro7976 06-14-2013 09:58 PM

It should fit alright. Trilogies use a standard cocker frame, so I can't see any problems.

Squall409 06-14-2013 10:08 PM

One other question really quick. What are some good pump kits to look at? I know CCM has some of the best out there, and that's probably what I will end up throwing on it. But what should I be looking for and what not? Sorry this is going to be my first pump build.

danssoslow 06-14-2013 10:21 PM

If you want a truly smooth pump stroke, cut the ram mount off. I've got the lightest springs I could find in my Trilly pump; and though it is a light pull, it still isn't as smooth as my cocker pumps.

If you have no use in ever returning the Trilly into its original cocker state again, yak that bad boy off, purchase one of the cocker adapters to fit a traditional pump (Super Stanchy sells them), and fit that CCM pump you know you're going to get.

DamoNAN 07-16-2013 10:58 AM

While dansoslow has helped me extensively with my Trilly pump conversion, there isn't really a need to remove the ram mount off, you just need to contact Hooptie on eBay and order a Trilogy pump arm from his kit (he sold me 2 of them for 7.00 shipped). Then order the LPR adapter and select the CCM kit of your choice. I got my adapter from paintballgateway and it works like a charm but its for a pre 2000 kit. Smoothest stroke ever.

EL17E 76 07-16-2013 01:17 PM

Again if you don't want to ever return it to stock but don't wish to completely remove the ram mount you could just drill the hole wider. Since I didn't want to have to pay to have it re anodized and the ram had snapped off in it in the first place that is what I did.

Left it all stock - Evil Pipe 18" kit - cheap $30 pump kit - and a 4oz tank - stroke is decent and it shoots consistent - makes a good "loaner/backup"
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