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Old 04-04-2012, 05:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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CCM Dual Rod prototype

1 polished black left. 4-9-12


This is a project I started a few years ago and I will not be finishing it. We just don't have the time to custom fit these to markers.

These are a direct bolt on but you need to know how to tweek them in.

NO TECH SUPPORT on these items. You will have to solve any issues you may have.

You must have a marker that supports dual rod set up or you will have to mill a slot in your body. I DO NOT offer this service.

There is only a Series 5 back block to these kits.

The left rod is drilled and tapped for our auto lever.

So here is some pics.

I have 3 polished black . $75ea .shipped









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How are the rods held in fore and aft? Set screws I would imagine as it would be damn near impossible to thread them in without chewing up the rod itself. I don't see threads so i am assuming there is set screws of some sort. I will most likely, almost definetly buy one of these ASAP, love me rare CCM stuff.
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Old 04-04-2012, 08:58 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Do you think that it would be possible to just use the right pump rod? I'm trying to find a way to put a CCM kit on a trilogy, and if I could just have the pump arm on the right side of the gun instead of the left all of my problems with the ram mount would be solved.

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Old 04-04-2012, 09:01 PM   #5 (permalink)
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How are the rods held in fore and aft? Set screws I would imagine as it would be damn near impossible to thread them in without chewing up the rod itself. I don't see threads so i am assuming there is set screws of some sort. I will most likely, almost definetly buy one of these ASAP, love me rare CCM stuff.

All of the rods are threaded as normal.

The right side rod is not threaded at the back block end.
I put a set screw in the back block to lock that rod in but the set screw puts a bind in it. So I just let that rod free float at the backblock.It's not a sloppy fit. Maybe +.001.
It is threaded in the pump plate so the rod will not work loose.

So, you put the kit on your gun like a normal pump kit.
Then you slide the threaded end of the right rod thru the hole in the back block and thread it into the pump plate and use red loctite on both pump plate rods.

The system does work you just have to tweek it.

Somebody here has a SS25/Series6 prototype that I put this kit on. I have no idea how it has held up.
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Does it come with a guide or is it just the pump handle, plate, rods and back block?
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Do you think that it would be possible to just use the right pump rod? I'm trying to find a way to put a CCM kit on a trilogy, and if I could just have the pump arm on the right side of the gun instead of the left all of my problems with the ram mount would be solved.

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I don't know if it would work or not.
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Does it come with a guide or is it just the pump handle, plate, rods and back block?
No guide rod.

It would get a little pricey if you don't have the guide rod set up.

Prototyping makes parts expensive.

I made the price a little better
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What slot do I put my money into to ride this ride?

EDIT: Sending payment for 2 kits shortly. Thanks Bill, we love it when you sell us special, black market CCM goods.

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