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Old 04-18-2013, 01:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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rainmaker HELP PLEASE ???

so i got a rainmaker about a week and just started to get into it. and i opened the trigger frame and as i did something shoot out and flew across the room. and i have no idea what it was or were were it goes.
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it is a pre 99 and i was going off the post 99 manual
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disregard this i found a small spring and a small ball bearing and rememered that on older markers thats how they made the push button safties from being sloppy.
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Old 04-18-2013, 09:54 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Lol.

There's a lot more parts in there like that.

Like the little o-rings on the board. I got the frame apart, saw that it was clean, and carefully put it back together. I didn't want to find out what other tiny parts were in there.
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rememered that on older markers thats how they made the push button safties from being sloppy.
Which is why it was always the first thing we removed!

Like Spider said, lots of little quirky parts to loose. Like the link-pin for the bolt... or even the bolt cover itself. Having a removable cover seems like a great idea until you pull your rainmaker out of your gear bag.... and IT IS MISSING!

THe regs have many little parts, but you never need to take them apart. If you have problems, people typically just replace them with aftermarket regs.

And its pretty easy to pinch/slice a wire, or LP line when putting on that trigger frame.
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And its pretty easy to pinch/slice a wire, or LP line when putting on that trigger frame.
Yes. There are particular channels (or arrangement) where those are run, so you should look at both pieces (body and frame) to see where they run best. Note where it is, if you can, before taking the frame off, but do not assume that it was correct just because it was in one piece before. You can stuff it together with a lot of care, but it is easier when you get the channels right.

Do not use the frame screws to bring it into alignment.
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Old 04-20-2013, 01:44 AM   #7 (permalink)
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so yea i might be over my head alittle bit with this one i have to say one thing its not an old spider. so if anyone know someone or is someone that live near charlotte nc area that might be able to help out i would appreciate the help. and i also when i opened the trigger frame i noticed one of the wires for the trigger was pinched would it still work after that or do i need to replace that .also can you still get painmaker boards and what do they run.
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Any new parts left are on jtpaintballparts.com

The wire may still work, but keep an eye on it.
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yea that dont have what i need
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so has any one ever tryed converting a rain maker to 4 "aaa" batteries
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