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Old 05-31-2012, 09:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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original spyder bolt

Never had a spyder before but picked up a original spyder with all the internals except the bolt and the side cocking screw. What bolt do I look for to replace the one that is missing? Is there a certain group of spyders that use the original's bolt style?
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Old 06-01-2012, 04:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Take a pic so we know which one. There's 2-3 different old bolts, although if you simply google "side-cocking spyder bolt," it's pretty likely that'll find exactly what you need. I think there's still lots of Shocktech bolts laying around, especially over at ansgear. But for the price of the bolt + shipping, you may as well buy a used spyder that is complete.
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Bolt or hammer? Bolt is in the top tube, seals the breach, directs the air. Hammer is in the lower tube, strikes the valve.
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Bolt or hammer? Bolt is in the top tube, seals the breach, directs the air. Hammer is in the lower tube, strikes the valve.
It's the bolt(top tube) that's missing. The one i picked up looks pretty much like Titus's pic but without a bolt and apparently a volumeizer. I was just wanting to find out if pretty much any side cocking bolt will work or if they had different lengths.
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Any side cocking bolt should work, as long as it isn't for the MR series. The MR series detent is in a different location (5 o'clock position when looking from the back vs the 9 o'clock, passenger side of a typical Spyder). Besides that, all bolts are the same length from link pin to front. You could even remove the top tube plug and use a rear-cocking bolt if you wanted. The only difference amongst the different cocking bolts is the tail end.
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