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Old 08-10-2013, 02:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Pro Carbine valve o-ring seat?

I just finished rebuilding an old rental pro carb and I am not sure of the proper method to seat the small valve oring off the bottom line. When I put it on the threaded fitting first it seems to stress when tightening. Or do I put it in the hole against the valve and then tighten the fitting? The schematics are not much help. Thanks!
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Old 08-10-2013, 11:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Put it in the valve and tighten. They do take a lot of stress, they usually have to be replaced any time it then apart. Though I have seen some pretty rough looking spring work, and ive even seen guns seal without them. Also, any small oring that fits in there seems to work.

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Thanks Chappy. Thats what I did. Don't have any air to test but I will bring it to TG tomorrow . Yes I gt the power tube seated with a little lube and a LARGE allen wrench used to gravity tap it down. All I need now is a safety. Well not NEED, lol. Seeing all these brittle plastic safeties makes the method on the vm68 seem very ingenious. Thanks forthe parts and advice.
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