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Old 09-19-2008, 10:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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CCM On/Off ASA O-ring Size

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In the S5B/S6 manual, at the bottom in the parts list, the on/off's shaft o-ring is listed as a 008 N70. In TF's "How to build a parts kit" list, it's listed as a 007 N70. Just curious if anyone can tell me which one it is for sure? Reading through some older threads in here, I think it may have been changed to N90 somewhere along the line.

Also, have a small kinda off topic question regarding the CCM mini rail. Up to this point I've been using another brand, and just recently put my whole CCM mini rail and ASA on. For the mini rail, the two holes for the mounting screws were a little tight, so I had to drop the screw in as far as it would go (the heads were sticking out) and twist them back and forth, applying downward pressure until they scraped off enough material to squeeze by and drop into place. I don't have any problems, just curious if anyone else experienced this.

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Old 09-23-2008, 02:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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on/off o-ring is N70-008.

As for the rail... it sounds like you have some polishing compound built up in the hole.
If it's still tight, use a seal pick to clean it out.
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on/off o-ring is N70-008.

As for the rail... it sounds like you have some polishing compound built up in the hole.
If it's still tight, use a seal pick to clean it out.
Thanks, Mel!
If I can't find that size locally, I'll call in to try and order a few.

As for the rail, I actually had to remove aluminum. The holes were too tight for the screw heads to drop in. Luckily, the lines on the screw heads made a good tool to bore them out a little larger when twisted back and forth. Took a little while, but now the holes are just the right size for the screws to drop all the way down.
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If you have any other issues with that rail send it back to me and I'll exchange it out for you.
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Hey Mel,
I forgot to ask this earlier, but I got an S6 o-ring/parts kit about a month-month and a half ago from you guys, and I was wondering if these are supposed to contain the 008 for the On/Off ASA? I got 4x 007 N90 with mine.
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Call and talk to Rod on the parts kit. He'll get you dailed in on exactly what it has.
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