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P4p3Rc1iP 10-06-2006 04:59 PM

Photo showing the difference between 99 and 2k banjo bolts.
 
Can anyone show a photo comparing the difference between 99 and 2k banjo bolts?

Or atleast discribe the difference?

Thanks.

K_Obeastly 10-06-2006 10:56 PM

cockers/snipers I am assuming?

the 2Ks have a bigger diameter. The 2k cockers were redesigned to have a larger volume of air behind the vavle to make them function better with lower pressures. To give them the larger volume the just drilled a bigger hole in the front of the lower tube and made the front block screw bigger.

P4p3Rc1iP 10-07-2006 06:58 AM

Yes.

I know the difference, but I'd like a comparishion.

I have a Fonda Magic cocker (Made between 96 and 2000 I think), and alot of the fittings are either different size or even metric. The banjo bolt is quite a bit bigger than those of 99 cockers, and I have not been able to find a metric bolt that fits it. So perhaps it is a large imperial bolt. Even though it was made before 2000, I think it might just have a 2k size banjo bolt.
But I have no 2k+ cocker to test this with, so therefor I'd like a comparishion photo, or maybe a measurement.

Wycke 10-07-2006 10:06 AM

From http://haveblue.org/tech/autococker/

Front block screw:
3/8-24 threads on '99 and earlier
9/16-24 threads on 2000 and later
5/8-18 threads on the bottom tube on Spanky bodies (still use a 3/8-24 screw to attach the front block).


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