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Old 11-09-2012, 11:13 AM   #21 (permalink)
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What do you guys find is the best way to take the bucket changer off? I need to take mine off to check for the shims under the pierce pin.
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What do you guys find is the best way to take the bucket changer off? I need to take mine off to check for the shims under the pierce pin.
The 12gr bucket adaptor stuck in the vert ASA? - a strap wrench (i think that's what it's called); it's a rubber strap pipe wrench like what you use to change an oil filter only smaller

Also, if you're having an issue with the 12gr not piercing, you can use a 113 size standard o-ring in the bottom of the bucket changer to put the 12ie an extra 1/16-ish of an inch higher in the bucket; it works well as a simple fix for non-piercing 12ie's and it doesn't fall out when you change 12ie's
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What do you guys find is the best way to take the bucket changer off? I need to take mine off to check for the shims under the pierce pin.
I think you mean the pierce valve. Screw it off with a really wide flat head.
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:08 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Ah thank you guys for the info, I am having some problems with lelands sealing so this will help. Short the 113 oring is a tank oring correct?
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The 113 is typically used in Regulators and as a Nelson Bolt oring. It has a thicker cross-section than a tank oring and a slightly wider OD. Phantom bolt orings are a 112, one size smaller.

I too was having troubles with the lelands not piercing (guess they're slightly shorter than Crossmans), so I'm using a 113 in the bottom of my bucket to prop it up just that extra little bit.

An alternative you could try, but I can't vouch for, is possibly removing the pierce pin assembly and adding an extra 009 to the threads to allow the pierce pin assy. to sit slightly further down (?)... not 100% sure that would work, but it's worth a shot
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