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Old 12-23-2011, 01:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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need a pic of a non-cartridge valve

I need a pic of a non-cartridge valve with the entire valve housing pictured, I have the internals but I need to see how it looks with the outer housing slipped over it, exactly how it would end up soldiered into the lower tube.


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Old 12-23-2011, 01:41 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I have a pic here. Hope that helps...I'm nowhere near the gun at the moment, so I can't really get you anything else.

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Old 12-23-2011, 01:49 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Nice kp. Mines close to that but the co2 seal section is shorter, basically I made one and I think I made it to long or have it in the wrong spot. The co2 seal section goes inside the piece that goes in the lower tube right?
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Do you mean A goes inside B? If so, then yes. I'm not sure what the technical name for the brass tube (B) is, to be honest. I'd call it the valve chamber, though...

It sits over top of the chamber plug (A), which I think is the part that you made. What makes you think it's sitting in the wrong spot?


Actually, just found a full assembled shot here:




Normally the valve chamber and valve guide would be pushed together, but the valve spring pushes them apart when they are outside of the gun.
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Well see I eyeballed it as my calipers are shot and I think I made that piece to deep and need to trim it down as it won't all fit in the valve chamber. Basically a is to long by the length of a flat o-ring to allow the rest of the valve to be assembled inside the tube.

When i was taking it apart the co2 seal fell out so i didn't get to see its exact location before intentional disassembled
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Old 12-23-2011, 02:43 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I made a sticky a while back. Maybe it'll help?
Sheridan Valve Assembly and Other Tech Links
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Good link! I guess the part I was confused about is called the chamber sleeve.
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Yeah I checked that first mad, it was indeed alot of help, I am just really visual I got it figured out I did make the piece to long, fixed it today, even modded the valve. And transfer port
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I'm sorry that I just noticed this now and not in the thread where you were talking about he marker you have pictured, but your face plug looks different that any I have in my multiple Sheridan markers. The back collar looks very long, or is that the spring metal of the clip(chamber plug sleeve) that helps stabilize the valve chamber sleeve..
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Good eye, but I just have the plug sleeve slipped over it in that photo.
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