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Old 12-18-2012, 01:37 PM   #41 (permalink)
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We just updated our T8.1 & T9.1 Manuals.

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Old 01-13-2013, 05:19 PM   #42 (permalink)
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We just updated our T8.1 & T9.1 Manuals.

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Thanks, I'll get those included now
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Old 01-14-2013, 12:46 PM   #43 (permalink)
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Old 03-04-2013, 01:18 AM   #44 (permalink)
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did i miss it in this thread? does anyone know the size of 45-9110 - number 8 on the valve diagram.
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Old 03-04-2013, 08:47 AM   #45 (permalink)
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did i miss it in this thread? does anyone know the size of 45-9110 - number 8 on the valve diagram.
The CO2 (12g) valve oring? Or the actual bolt and engine?
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Old 03-04-2013, 11:23 PM   #46 (permalink)
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The CO2 (12g) valve oring? Or the actual bolt and engine?
the 12g valve oring. stops the flow when mag is removed. see picture below, its the tiny little oring missing from this piece:



Ive heard they are difficult to replace, but that wont stop me from trying
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Old 03-04-2013, 11:54 PM   #47 (permalink)
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The picture helped, thanks. I remember replacing a set of 8 of those orings on different mags, they're a bitch to get on. I ended up actually making a special "tool" to get them on lol, i'll take a photo for you in the morning.

One of these is your oring:
4 - 81-9119 CO2 Housing O-Ring - 105-P90
5 - 45-9109 CO2 Housing O-Ring – 006-P70

Fairly sure its the 006-P70, but they cost like 50c so why not get both and be extra sure?

In the mean time, try using a pen. With the tip of the pen out, roll the oring onto it wider part of the pen, and then retract the tip back inside the pen. Put the pen up to the stem with the oring still streched on it and try to roll it onto the stem, straight from the pen so it stays streched all the way.

If that makes no sense just gimmie 24 hours and I'll get back to you with photos of how i did it and a picture of the ghetto tool i made to do it with.

Also, if you wanna shell out the 5$ rockstar sells the piece with the oring already on haha: Tiberius Arms (T8/T9) CO2 Valve - 45-3203
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The picture helped, thanks. I remember replacing a set of 8 of those orings on different mags, they're a bitch to get on. I ended up actually making a special "tool" to get them on lol, i'll take a photo for you in the morning.

One of these is your oring:
4 - 81-9119 CO2 Housing O-Ring - 105-P90
5 - 45-9109 CO2 Housing O-Ring – 006-P70

Fairly sure its the 006-P70, but they cost like 50c so why not get both and be extra sure?

In the mean time, try using a pen. With the tip of the pen out, roll the oring onto it wider part of the pen, and then retract the tip back inside the pen. Put the pen up to the stem with the oring still streched on it and try to roll it onto the stem, straight from the pen so it stays streched all the way.

If that makes no sense just gimmie 24 hours and I'll get back to you with photos of how i did it and a picture of the ghetto tool i made to do it with.

Also, if you wanna shell out the 5$ rockstar sells the piece with the oring already on haha: Tiberius Arms (T8/T9) CO2 Valve - 45-3203
Reading this reply made me laugh to myself a bit. I had heard that these were a pain to install, and I was sitting at my desk at work today thinking about how I could get the darn things on.

I had an old mechanical pencil in my hands and looking at the tip I thought to myself that it would work perfectly to stretch the oring over - then retract the tip and install.

Great minds think alike?

Thanks for the part numbers, I'll try my luck installing a few!
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Reading this reply made me laugh to myself a bit. I had heard that these were a pain to install, and I was sitting at my desk at work today thinking about how I could get the darn things on.

I had an old mechanical pencil in my hands and looking at the tip I thought to myself that it would work perfectly to stretch the oring over - then retract the tip and install.

Great minds think alike?

Thanks for the part numbers, I'll try my luck installing a few!
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Yup, try the pencil. The tool I had was the **** though, it even had this little nub on it to hold it in place. I meant to get those photos for you today, school is in the way right now. Probably should get off MCB haha. Try rubbing the oring with your hands and warming it up beforehand too, that helped me.

the hard part is having somthing that matches the OD of the thingy, at the tip of your pen or whatever

Im just happy that my pain in messing around with that stupid part for a whole evening can be used to help somone else out
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Old 06-24-2013, 04:30 PM   #50 (permalink)
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I've been looking through my manual and this thread trying to identify the part number for the O-ring that seals the fourth(short) screw located at 4:30 on the tank adapter. I can't find mention of it. Can anyone help me out?
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