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Old 01-03-2010, 10:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Phantom Maintenance: Online Manual

I am looking for a manual or online post some where that goes in depth, with pictures if possible, on how to disassemble, clean, maintain, and reassemble a Phantom correctly. Is there any threads on here or other sites that you guys know?

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Old 01-03-2010, 10:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Fireball over on the Phog did a very nice detail breakdown.

Labelled Phantom diagram with CCI part numbers

There are more than a couple of articles over there that cover all things made by Mike .

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That is a good blown apart picture but I guess what I was hoping for is like a picture by picture disassembly thing, I have never taken my Phantom apart yet. It's time that I need to.
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Old 01-03-2010, 10:45 PM   #4 (permalink)
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That will do, thank you very much.

What type of oil should I be using on internal orings and parts?
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Old 01-03-2010, 11:36 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Just normal oil, like Gold cup or regular air tool oil.

Don't use grease, it'll get all mucky.
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It is also possible to use no oil at all or a petrolium based oil. Simply don't get any petrol based oil on the bolt o-ring. It doesn't need lube anyway. All that benefits from oil is the OD (outside diameter) of the bolt, hammer and powertube.
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I remember the first time I took my Phantom apart. I looked at the pieces and thought "What the...that's all there is?" Now when I take it apart, I just flick the pump return spring randomly around the room so I can have something to look for.
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I dont even use my return spring! BLAM!

Anyway yeah that's why I like them so much, I can pretty much clean a detent ring induced break right on the field with only a swab. Isn't the best but it works. I say detent ring induced because it's not as bad as an actual chop (where the bolt crushes the ball) but it still gets paint in the breech whereas a simple barrel break doesn't.
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You guys make it sound so simple, hopefully now I don't screw it up!
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