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Old 05-03-2009, 05:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Feed Plug Lanyards on P68SC or the like

I am looking to see what you all have for feedplugs. I don't care for PPS speedgate but I also don't like to have to drop my feed plug. I am asking for Pics and where did you get them or how did you make them. this is my set up so far.......

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feed a string through the center hole, tie a knot on the inside and tie the other end on the pump rod
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I saw a few like that in the Sheridan pic thread. I really didn't care for the look. I might buy a lanyard from Noxx and tap the back of the plug to fix that end. I am still thinking of how to attach the onther end.
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use a longer screw for the front frame screw and attach it there
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Not a great pic, but the coil is screwed directly into the pump handle, and into the end of the feedplug, with stainless steel screws.
I didn't do this, I purchased it this way. Great idea...but I am going to replace the bright green with a black coil.
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that is almost right on target with what I am looking for.... thanks for the pic.
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The green one was a keychain from Menards, sorry they were out of black.
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The green one was a keychain from Menards, sorry they were out of black.
No need to apologize at all...you made me a very happy man when you sold me that P68SC...
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have you guys found your pump stroke to be a little jerky? I am wondering if new o-rings will help or not.
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