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Old 05-10-2008, 10:19 PM   #11 (permalink)
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The valve nut goes on that way?

with the rounded porition facing forward...(toward the 12 gram)

and this goes for palmers too?

Also...what would happen if it was placed with the rounded part facing the other way?
yup... that's the way it goes. i've never put it in backwards so i don't know. i wouldn't recommend it though.
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Old 05-11-2008, 06:30 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I've used it backwards for several games with no real bad affects...

Also the valve tool I have won't work with it facing the other direction...atleast not with a hammer and some grinding of the valve tool...

Does anyone know exactly what will happen if it's put in the other direction?

Also it's not being overly tightened down on the valve the screw is holding it in correctly etc.

I have them reversed on both my pug and my NHT...So I'd like to know what are the consequences before I open up both my guns...or if their are any positives

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Old 05-11-2008, 07:38 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Does anyone know exactly what will happen if it's put in the other direction?


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it sounds like you answered that question yourself.

sounds like you might need a different valve tool or your valve nuts are messed up. they should fit your tool in the correct direction.
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Old 05-11-2008, 10:07 PM   #14 (permalink)
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it sounds like you answered that question yourself.

sounds like you might need a different valve tool or your valve nuts are messed up. they should fit your tool in the correct direction.
The thing is they wouldn't fit in that direction I had to take the tool and a rubber mallet to fit it...

It was the same with my NHT...

I'm really curious as to what will happen because it fits in there both ways and it has more threads on it so that it has a stronger grip...could the tool be bad? I had the same problem with my pgp with the rounded part facing forward...so that goes for all my sheridans then.......

I'm really curious as to what will happen now....
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Old 05-12-2008, 12:15 AM   #15 (permalink)
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it sounds like your tool's dimensions may be a bit bigger than normal. i've had nuts where i've had to tap the tool a tad to get it seated but have never had it not fit. check your tool to see if there is a bur or something that could cause it to be hard to fit.

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because it fits in there both ways and it has more threads on it so that it has a stronger grip...
that's not really an accurate statement. the threads make full contact when the rounded end goes first. if the nut goes in backwards it may actually have less thread contact because it could strip some threads off the nut. this is why... the internal threads may only run so deep... the rounded part of the nut takes up the space between the internal threads stopping point and the face of the valve body. if the nut is flipped backwards and screwed in, it may run out of the internal threads before it makes contact with the valve body and that can deform the first couple threads on the nut when tightening it.
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Nope, no burrs and the threads aren't deformed at all
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if the threads are ok you should be good to go then.
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awe man I don't want to take apart both of em though...I think I'd have to get a grinder out and grind down part of the tool also...
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if the guns are working with no problems i don't see a reason to take them apart again. however, the next time you pull a valve, i'd recommend installing the nut in the proper direction.
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Probably the reason won't go in the right direction it should is because the hammer has already caused damege to the nut. Just take a small square file and even them out. Leave the tool alone. PPS made it.
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