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Old 05-31-2014, 06:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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asa valve oring

The valve pin oring is a 008 correct?.. If so. How the f****!!! Do you get these orings.. Broke 3 new ones and now heading back to ace hardware. Any help lol!! Frustrated to say the least
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Old 05-31-2014, 06:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Mine isn't shredded or showing any damage but I've been hearing a slight leak from the ASA piston area. Put a small dab of DOW55 on it and its fine.

I don't see how it could be shredding it that bad.

Is your tank pressure somehow massive?
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what material, and what durometer are you using?
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I'm not sure I understand what you mean by an ASA valve? I just check the T2 manual again, no asa valve?

Are you asking about the vertical ASA and the o-ring that seals it to the body?

Are you asking about the valve stem o-ring?

Are you asking about the valve o-ring that seals the bottom tube?

Are you asking about the tank regulator o-rings that seal in the on/off ASA?

Take a look at this manual, it has all the parts listed including the name and sizes for all the o-rings, hope this helps?

http://www.criticalpaintballmanuals....1315002351.pdf
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Valve pin that's in the on/off ASA... As stated in first post...


I thru the old oring on and went a little thick on the lube
.. Fixed the leak for the time being... The oring does have a little gouge in it.
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The valve pin oring is a 008 correct?.. If so. How the f****!!! Do you get these orings.. Broke 3 new ones and now heading back to ace hardware. Any help lol!! Frustrated to say the least
If you are talking about the O-ring on the Brass Piston it is a N70-006
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