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Old 02-10-2013, 10:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Parts and Part's List Update.

I have spent some time updating all of the video's I have shot and added comments as to specs. on all the o-rings and screws that I mention in the videos.

I also compiled a master list of CCM Parts for all the markers in production (Bar the J12 - I am working on that) as well as the ASA, the Regulator, Universal Fittings.

CCM Parts List - Master

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One question, are the J2 parts the same as the J2L.
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Most likely they are exactly the same for nearly all applications - But I did not have the J2 in mind when I built it.

Who else owns a J2 and a S5 or S6 - do they have the same valve, valve stem, hammer, VRA, IVG and the like?

If so - then yes - but NONE of the pneumatics are mentioned - although I know that CCM has them.

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The valve in mine is brass, can't remember what the valve stem looks like. I'll have to take it apart and check the hammer and valve stem. I can try to weigh it and my S6 hammer and see if they are the same.

I don't have the pneumatics as it is a pump. If you want it check it out yourself send me a PM, I don't have a problem sending it to you to go over for a manual.
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Pictures would do it for me. Or I can even just call Rod.

Take pics of the internals - and anything else you can take apart (no need to take the grip frame apart) - that would be enough for me.

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Unreal. Thanks TF. Really appreciate it buddy!
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Most likely they are exactly the same for nearly all applications - But I did not have the J2 in mind when I built it.

Who else owns a J2 and a S5 or S6 - do they have the same valve, valve stem, hammer, VRA, IVG and the like?

If so - then yes - but NONE of the pneumatics are mentioned - although I know that CCM has them.

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The J2, J2L, S5, and S6 have the same lower tube kit - valve stem, hammer, IV, etc. CCM moved from the blue aluminum valve body to the hardened brass body in their recent runs.

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They do look pretty similar.
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