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Old 08-18-2012, 04:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Spyder thread not fitting all the way in?

S I have a nice new sp stock class.(thanks Mike) and bought a dye spyder barrel. It thread n locks before all threads are in.

I'm thinking maybe the unthreaded bit is too long? Any ideas?
My stock is out being frank bored and my other spyder barrel fits fine.
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I had this issue with a boomstick. I called dye they said that happens sometimes
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add an oring or two around the barrel to take up some slack.
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add an oring or two around the barrel to take up some slack.
There is no slack. It simply stops threading as if the smooth section has fitted into place leaving threads exposed so I don't understand how adding oring would help
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oh I got you. I though you meant that it was going almost all the way in but just had a little bit of a gap left.
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No, it isn't in all they way but is tight. No big deal. Thanks for trying to help
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I have found that older Spyder barrels don't always thread into newer style bodies very well. I think maybe tolerances changed over the years.
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Make sure it's not bottoming out on the lower tube's guide. I had to file mine down to fit some barrels.
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Looking more at it with the bolt out it looks not to even be sitting fully. Think maybe the threads are off just a hair. Wounded if I can find a tap big enough for it
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Looking more at it with the bolt out it looks not to even be sitting fully. Think maybe the threads are off just a hair. Wounded if I can find a tap big enough for it
If I remember right, its M22x1.5

If you cant find a tap, look into truck shop (semi truck). 98% of the 10 hole hub pilot wheels I have dealt with are m22x1.5.
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