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Old 08-18-2008, 09:59 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Sometimes they are a little off and rub - but that is fairly standard.

Unless Eclipse did something stupid like ensuring that you have to use their ASA by changing the size of the Rail.

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My CCM ASA won't slip on to the integrated dove tail on my Jeff Orr WorrBlade frame

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I'd still take a Bob Long gear drive ASA over a CCM any day of the week...

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True that, where is the cheapest place I can find one?
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Sometimes they are a little off and rub - but that is fairly standard.

Unless Eclipse did something stupid like ensuring that you have to use their ASA by changing the size of the Rail.

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My random (system X?) on/off works fine with it, as did my NDZ on/off.
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Hey guys,
My first post here. Just had a quick question to add to this discussion since I did'nt want to start a new thread for it.

What is the purpose/function of the green o-ring on the knob?

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To keep it from leaking? Thats my guess. Take it off and see?
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Old 08-19-2008, 01:00 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Nope. It is a replacement o-ring for your tanks.

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