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Old 04-30-2009, 05:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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a question on using a valve tool

so my palmer's pursuit parts came in today (super fast shipping!) and i figured using the valve tool would be straight forward, but i cant seem to get it.

for a pmi 1, what do i need to do? i cant get the valve tool to set itself into the valve because of the valve stem protruding from it, the valve spring is to stiff for me to push it in and turn the valve, any tricks or tips for this?
btw i tried a search and couldnt find what i was looking for,

thanks for the help
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Old 04-30-2009, 05:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The valve pin should just go into the hole in the tool.
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maybe i cant just get it straight in there, ill chunk it into the vise with some rubber, disregard this thread and thanks for the confermation russc
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yeah, the valve stem will go inside the tool. sometimes it is a little tough getting the tool to line up with the square. it is a tight fit sometimes. that is probably your problem.
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and this is me being lost again... checked out the valve disassembly directions sticked on this forum, but the pics are down so i cant really understand what is happening.
i got the valve out, but i need to know how to get the valve main body out, also since it is a rebuild kit intended for different brass markers, am i using all the seals?

am i taking this thing out?


and this is what i have out so far

already tried to (lightly) beat it out (valve body) am i doing something wrong?
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yep, you need to take the rest out too. hold on a minute and let me search... i've explained this before.
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this should help. Valve Punch Tool? (And another rebuild question)
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and now, hopefully for the last time on this damn marker, i havent a clue were the orings go, it appears that there are 3 of the same size, and a small one with a piece in the center, and a slightly larger one, this is me being lost again

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no problem.

the 3 same size o-rings are bolt o-rings. depending on the type of bolt your gun has you may only use one of them or all three. the smallest o-ring goes on the chamber plug(the steel piece). the flat seal goes in the end of the chamber plug where the tip of the 12 gram hits. the last(big and skinny) o-ring goes in between the exhaust valve body(the brass piece with all the holes) and the brass sleeve.
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