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    AutoTrracer Pneumatics Help?

    My method of dealing with Autocockers has always been to tear all of the pneumatics off and slap on a pump but, in a fit of masochistic optimism, I picked up Junglepeanut's blue AutoTrracer. Putting a pump on an automated conversion seems a bit much so I need to actually figure this out for once. I've spent most of the afternoon tearing it down, cleaning it up, adding a little this & that, and figuring out braided airlines for it. Don't look half bad...

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    So the question is this: The barbs on the 3-way(TASO), reg(DYE?), and ram(Shocktech?) all look to be different sizes - is microline one-size-fits-all? The micro that I have looks like it will fit the 3-way just fine and the reg with some aggressive pushing, the ram seems a bit much. The other rams that I have rattling around in parts bins look about the same...
    Have I done too much mixing and matching? Swap out barbs? Am I trying to be too delicate here?

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    #2
    The autocockerparts.com pneumatic hose they sell is nice and flexible stuff
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    • Rusty Brass

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      Think that's what I've got.

    #3
    Nah the hose size is all the same. I find I have to heat up the hose to get it to easily go onto ram and lpr barbs. Otherwise it takes a lot of effort.

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      Alright. More pushing it is. Don't take no for an answer. Thanks!

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    • Rusty Brass

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      Ooo baby, baby!

    #5
    Success! Got it up and running and even slung some paint. Seems like a nice shooter. Assuming COVID ever lets up I'll be giving it some field time.

    I'm a poor script writer but here's a short shooting video. Couldn't find an elbow so all I could do is cram tubes down its neck, works well enough for the back yard...
     

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      #6
      Glad it found a good home.
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      • Rusty Brass

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        I figure I'll be back out in the world and playing come Spring. We'll have to make a meet-up happen and you can take her for a whirl.

      #7
      Originally posted by Rusty Brass View Post
      in a fit of masochistic optimism, I picked up ...
      Spot on description of the majority of my paintball purchases...

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        #8
        I am truly thrilled this ended up in good hands. Looks great and loved watching the video of it slinging some paint

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