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Old 04-11-2006, 12:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cocker cup seals

Is there anywhere I can just purchase cup seals for a cocker? I have looked all over and no one seems to have them listed. Any Ideas? Another question is the pre2000 vs the post 2000 cocker exhaust valves any different in length? Im looking for a replacement for my Sterling and wondering what will fit anyone know how long the VM exhaust valve is? I know the cocker will fit it is just a tad shorter. I dont want the hammer to tear up the lower tube if the valve is too short. I have a call in to Mark Ambrose of Sterling but just looking for other options. If anyone could measure a VM exhaust valve from face to end of stem (where the hammer hits) it would be a great help.
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I can get you one for 6.50 shipped. I always keep an extra one around for my vm.
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Thanks Fluff but I was looking for a couple of them so I would have a couple spares. Where can you order them? Just plain old cup seals?
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I get mine at paintball wizard. They will ship. or I can sell you a couple. I always keep a few in the tool box, as there are 2 vm's and some cockers around me a lot
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http://www.paintballgi.com/index.asp...ROD&ProdID=696

I bought these and used them in my VM and they're great, they're also cheaper then stock cup seals. The list of markers the fit is extensive and they literally last forever. All you have to do is buy an 8/32 screw from any hardware store and make the valve stem ( Imade 3 for .29) and saved $4 each over regular VM seals.

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edit- I also asked them to just throw them in the mail because shipping was going to be $7 fo a $14 order, they did so but at my risk they showed up in CT 2 days later from OH.
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So let me get this straight take this cup seal and a 8-32 treaded bolt/screw of appropriate length hack off the head put seal on other end and your good to go? no modding the screw other than cutting for length? Man it cant be that easy.
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Man it cant be that easy.


I've got 2 in use right now. A little helper is to buy a nut to go with the screwput it on before you cut it and then back it off to clean up the threads( if you're going to make more than one). Yes it is that easy it was 26 cents for a 4" screw and I made 2 valve stems and screwed one up.
The trick is to measure your valve stem from where the cup makes the seal not to make the whole unit the same length as the stock one. The Black Magic ones are thicker than VM cupseals (you leave the valve spring out and CO2 pressure keeps it sealed) I don't know as much (nothing) about cockers.

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