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bigcanada00 07-19-2012 11:12 AM

SS25 AT arm
 
Had a blast at Pump Pandemonium this weekend but midway through the day my faithful SS25 had a hiccup. The cam was coming loose from the frame and starting to bind against the 86 sliding trigger. Had to remove and go ATless for the rest of the day (even though I didn't really use AT) and the marker, as usual, functioned flawlessly.

I think the many years of wear and tear have done a number on my AT assembly. Can I get only a replacement polished black arm or do I need the whole assembly?

Mine is one of the earlier SS25s (delrin cup seal, 86 frame, etc.) and I'm assuming only newer style components are available for replacement.

http://i45.tinypic.com/oi9iea.jpg

crazyorigin 07-19-2012 01:18 PM

I am pretty sure dimensionally the new AT arms arecthe same as the older ones. A replacement should be easily available right from CCM. I think there is some in their eBay store.

808raoul 07-19-2012 02:06 PM

I think the 86 slider AT arm is different from the 86 hinge AT arm. I am not sure, I will check when I get home from work.

EgoPossum 07-19-2012 06:06 PM

Where the flat in the cam sits is different on the 86* cams.
I have one for a CCM slider that was on my 03 J2.

Here are the cams
The one on the left is out of my T2 and is close to the ones that CCM uses now
The one on the right is the one off of a CCM slider frame.
If you notice the flat spots on the cam are in a different spots. They do the same job but push on different areas of the trigger (if I remember right)
http://www.paintballcity.org/images/...sum/sc0079.jpg


Talk to Mel or Rod at CCM (1-877-412-6850) and they should be able to help you out.

crazyorigin 07-19-2012 06:33 PM

I think the cams can be oriented/timed/clocked into different positions so the newer ones may work with a little adjustment. I have never tried this because mine have always been perfect as they are but I am pretty sure they can be turned.

shredxcam 07-19-2012 08:45 PM

Turn the pump rod so that the screw pushed down enough on the at lever

bigcanada00 07-19-2012 09:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by shredxcam (Post 2416559)
Turn the pump rod so that the screw pushed down enough on the at lever

Thanks. I figured that had been the problem but didn't take the time at pandemonium to sort it out. The backside of the slotted AT screw has a sharp edge and as you can see in the photo, over the years it has not only worn through the annodizing of the AT arm, but it's slowly shaved down the metal itself.

Thanks for the comparison on the cam difference between slider & pivot triggers. I'll get in touch with CCM about a replacement.

Ian

shredxcam 07-19-2012 11:14 PM

Mines thrashed 2. I just bent it so it keeps pressure on it to keep it on place.
I've gone threw triggers from the cam wearing them out

After 100+ cases. Stuff is going to wear eventually

hawaiianking 07-19-2012 11:26 PM

The cams are the same but the AT arm is drilled with a different orientation. Call CCM, Rod may still have some. He did when I visited them a few months ago.

EgoPossum 07-19-2012 11:45 PM

If i remember right, It is the positioning of the 2 pins in the cam in relation to the flat spot


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