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Old 06-29-2011, 06:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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RTR bucket changer problems

Hey guys, I am having issues with my rtr bucket changer. Then I put in a fresh 12g it seals perfectly but it starts to unscrew and leak when I start firing my mini muzzard and I have to keep resealing it. Does anyone have any clue as to what is the issue is?
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I had this issue with mine too. Never really figured out what the problem was. I ended up putting a pretty thick o-ring on in place of the original one, and it stopped. I think it was a bolt o-ring from a phantom. It makes it a little harder to get the bucket on there, but it stopped it from unscrewing.

It's a shame because there's not a nicer looking bucket changer out there.
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Yep, mine does it too. Generally I deal with it buy giving an extra crank on the changer after about 15 shots or so to keep it from dumping.
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Yep, mine does it too. Generally I deal with it buy giving an extra crank on the changer after about 15 shots or so to keep it from dumping.
Exactly what I do

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I had this issue with mine too. Never really figured out what the problem was. I ended up putting a pretty thick o-ring on in place of the original one, and it stopped. I think it was a bolt o-ring from a phantom. It makes it a little harder to get the bucket on there, but it stopped it from unscrewing.
Hmm, i might have to try that....
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I had this issue with mine too. Never really figured out what the problem was. I ended up putting a pretty thick o-ring on in place of the original one, and it stopped. I think it was a bolt o-ring from a phantom. It makes it a little harder to get the bucket on there, but it stopped it from unscrewing.

It's a shame because there's not a nicer looking bucket changer out there.
I tried this and I couldnt get the changer to seal all the way
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Yep, mine does it too. Generally I deal with it buy giving an extra crank on the changer after about 15 shots or so to keep it from dumping.
This makes it very inconvinient and I hope I can find a better solution.

Thanks for the suggestions!
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I agree. I'm going to have to try the extra oring thing myself.
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Ok the changer leaks every 3 shots or so on my markers and I need to find a solution, What about putting something cushy at the bottom so You can turn it more past the seal point? Because at this point it barely turns at all after sealing. Thoughts?
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