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Old 08-18-2010, 12:39 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Probably nothing larger than a .687 - I'm actually anxious to get the new, sub .679 sizers when they are available, paint is just getting tiny & you need a good fit to prevent roll-outs.
You know we currently have the .675 and th .677 in stock right?
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Old 08-18-2010, 12:42 PM   #12 (permalink)
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If you were to get the ccm main tube with the top tube inserts you could run a eigen barrel.
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Old 08-18-2010, 12:43 PM   #13 (permalink)
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my suggestion about getting an *86 frame, would be to fine someone who has one and ask if you could shoot it for a couple of minutes. personally I am more comfortable with a 45* frame than an 86* frame. that is all personal preference, and it's something you should be sure about before dumping money into.
the only barrel, that i know of, i can use on my CCM backs is my CCM tip. (I don't know about the stiffi switch) the whole underboring i find is a personal preference also. i went through the whole finding the smallest barrel kits or backs. and me personally noticed i broke more paint, than if i was just sizing the ball so that the majority wouldn't roll out, or just use one of my old barrels that has a big bore. the only thing i saw improved with underboring was efficiency. other than that i find the length, porting, underboring, overboring, and even the color of the barrel is really a personal preference that makes someone comfortable.
so find out what makes you comfortable playing and go with that. I wouldn't spend my money on what makes someone else play comfortable.
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Old 08-18-2010, 01:12 PM   #14 (permalink)
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The CCM backs are SIMILAR to a5 threads. I use my 12" CCM barrel or a 16" stiffi switch both with ccm backs

I believe an a5 barrel will fit a ccm sizer
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Old 08-18-2010, 01:36 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Get the T-grip on your T2. Also you have to use a ccm threaded barrel on the ccm sizers. So putting a boomstick on them is not an option. And I am not sure what size backs dye offers but a DW fibur barrel is in my opinion the best barrel you can use with the T2.

My T2 came with a thin 45 frame, but recently bought a 86 frame for it. They are both comfy and its up to you
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This board is great and thanks for all the help. All of you have saved me tons of trouble and trial by error.
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This board is great and thanks for all the help. All of you have saved me tons of trouble and trial by error.
This is why MCB rocks. The folks on here are a vast wealth of knowledge and are always ready to help a fellow baller with questions he/she may have.

You got my contact info now as well from the PM sent, drop me a line if you come acrossed any questions. Thanks!
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CCM front barrel is CCM/switch (male) threads. The backs are AC (male) and CCM/switch (female) threads. Their backs do not work with other barrel fronts (besides the switch) that i have found.
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CCM front barrel is CCM/switch (male) threads. The backs are AC (male) and CCM/switch (female) threads. Their backs do not work with other barrel fronts (besides the switch) that i have found.
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