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Rotozip2 10-06-2012 03:26 AM

Does the ans mini rammer use smaller threads?
 
My rammer pulls out likes the threads are stripped, but both threads look fine with no major damage.

Does the mini rammers use a smaller diameter thread size?

MaD 10-06-2012 04:13 AM

Nope, same threads. What kind of gun?

Rotozip2 10-07-2012 12:31 AM

03 prostock.

MaD 10-07-2012 01:08 AM

So you can literally just pull the ram out of the front block? If so, something is off...

Rotozip2 10-07-2012 04:32 AM

No, the the threads that connect the cocking rod and the ram shaft.

Dk-79 10-07-2012 07:09 PM

The cocking rod and ram shaft aren't connected in any way.

Do you mean the ram and pump arm, or pump arm to the back block?

In any case, if the threads aren't holding up, something is stripped. Almost all autococker parts are universal.

Do you have pictures?

Rotozip2 10-07-2012 09:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dk-79 (Post 2497347)
The cocking rod and ram shaft aren't connected in any way.

Do you mean the ram and pump arm, or pump arm to the back block?

In any case, if the threads aren't holding up, something is stripped. Almost all autococker parts are universal.

Do you have pictures?

Ram to Pump arm thats what I meant. I dont understand how it could have stripped in the first place.

Magoo 10-08-2012 11:27 AM

Wait, so the ram shaft just separates from the pump arm? Something is indeed amiss. Just so we're clear: The ram housing threads into the front block. The shaft, which is free-moving, threads into the pump arm. The pump arm threads into the back block. The back block is not attached to the cocking rod, but pushes it when the marker cycles back. The cocking rod threads into the hammer, and cocks the marker when the back block pushes out the cocking rod.

It is the ram shaft and pump arm we're talking about, right?

Rotozip2 10-10-2012 12:04 AM

Yes, ram shaft and pump arm.


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