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Old 07-20-2006, 02:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Sheridan valve tool dimensions

Does anyone have the dimensions of the sheridan valve tool? I would like to make one so I can remove the valve on my kp2. It appears I have the older non catridge style valve.

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I'm just about to run out the door to head up to the field and play. If no one else has posted by tonight I'll measure mine up and post dimensions.
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Start with a 1/2" steel rod. I drill a 9/32 hole 3/4" deep in the end, and mill 5/16 flats on the end. I use a horizontal rotary table on the mill with a 3jaw lathe chuck on it to index 60 degrees.

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thanks!
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You will also need to dril and tap the oposite end (for pulling the valve guts) but the size excapes my mind
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well i got it half made, if anyone can remember the tap size that would be great.

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Anyone, recall the tap size??

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Want to say its metric....may be wrong though.

M7 x 0.75

You should be able to get your valve out without it depending on with model Sheridan it is. You can measure the treads then.

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If it's a 12 gram model, put a spent 12 gram into the gun and tap it gently with a hammer. Have something like a towel over the back end to catch all the valve guts.
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I'll give that a try

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Want to say its metric....may be wrong though.

M7 x 0.75

You should be able to get your valve out without it depending on with model Sheridan it is.
I think that it is not M7 x 0.75. According to Punisher (I have asked them per E-mail before some year), the dimensions of the internal valve removal threads: the major diameter is .275" and the thread count is 27tpi.

But you really do not need the winding on the Sheridan valve tool. Simply push the valve out from other side with piece of wood bar.
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