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  • flyweightnate
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    Fire sale to close out the year - through January 1, the remaining valve bodies will be $15! (No pin or cup seal included at that price.) Still $5 shipping per order.

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  • Aluminumchef
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    Put me down for 1

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  • gabe
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    It's not a bad idea. The last ones were from Rednecksniper back in like 2010 and then there's these. I wouldn't hold out hope some other enterprising individual will make more AM valves in the next 10 years.

    I've got two of them in two different guns. Both work extremely well!

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  • iamthelazerviking
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    Half tempted to grab one just because/just in case.

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  • flyweightnate
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    I found the last six of these in my glove box and figured I'd post up here. You last few AM hoarders know you want them.

    I changed jobs, so I don't even have access to CAD software anymore (let alone a sweet machine shop hookup). There will never be another batch!

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  • gabe
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    Strange, it shouldn't be stuck in there. They're a major pain to pull apart but it should just push out the front.

    Remove the pump
    Remove the front lpc/pump guide rod/velocity adjuster housing thing
    Remove grip frame
    Remove rear cap, cocking rod, and hammer as a unit (This is the real pain in the butt. I normally hold the back block back by pushing the protruding pump rods against the edge of a table then use an allen key in the holes on the rear cap to twist it out. Once it's loosened up you can normally finish unthreading it out by hand)
    Remove the grub screw in the bottom of the body that holds the valve in
    Use a wood dowel or squeegee to push the valve out the front of the body from the rear

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  • Killerito
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    Need a set but still havnt been able to get the valve out of my illusion body.

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  • flyweightnate
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    Probably not - these are .156 diameter, IIRC. Last Spyder pin I tried rattled around a lot in there.

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  • infamoussmiley
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    Hello!

    Will the valve pins work on a spyder valve?

    Best,

    Smiley

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  • Jonnydread
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    gabe Damn you

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  • gabe
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    Lol I ended up with half of the diadem valve stems

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  • flyweightnate
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    I am officially OUT of Diadem valve stems, and down to 3 Sentinel valve stems. A half- dozen or so valve bodies left at this point.

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  • gabe
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    To add to the above, these are for sure a game changer. Between the diadem valve stems that flyweightnate somehow got his hands on and these valves both the Illusion and the Sentinel are totally different guns. The Sentinel shoots more like an Intimidator than a Spyder at this point.

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  • flyweightnate
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    That "someone" was me, last year... time to bring others into the fold. Gabe said his works nicely in his Illusion, too - I'm still waiting to see an Illusion for sale at a price I can justify.

  • Cunha
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    Thanks for making these. Someone has to have a sentinel they want to make actually work.

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