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    ANS LPR seat

    Hello MCB,

    Finally got to look at my cocker, and found some debris inside the 3-way ... took me a minute to find the source, the LPR seat is falling apart.

    Whats a good place to get replacement seal for this?


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    Thanks ya'll
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    Edit:

    I made a 3D printed seal, will see how it holds ...

    Edit 2: Aired it up, it regulate and seal properly!

    Here is the .STL:

    ANS LPR seal - XEMON.zip

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    Last edited by XEMON; 07-12-2020, 01:15 PM.
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    #2
    ANS has a rebuild kit for their Jackhammer 2 if thats what you have. https://www.ansgear.com/ANS_Jack_Ham...p/ansjhreb.htm

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      #3
      Originally posted by Knuckle Dragger View Post
      ANS has a rebuild kit for their Jackhammer 2 if thats what you have. https://www.ansgear.com/ANS_Jack_Ham...p/ansjhreb.htm
      Can you use that rebuild kit for a jackhammer 1?

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        #4
        I don’t know. I have no experience with those regulators, I’d email ANS if no one here knows.
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          #5
          Thanks all, this is for an ANS adjustable LPR.

          I have great results making seat for Sheridans so i gave it a trial (.STL file attached to first post):
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          Love my brass ... Love my SSR ... Hard choices ...

          looking for red/black or blue/silver phantom.
          XEMON's phantom double sided feed


          Keep your ATS going: Project rATS 2.0
          My Feedback

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          • Knuckle Dragger

            Knuckle Dragger

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            That’s awesome! I should have jumped in the 3D printing bandwagon. So much cool stuff

          #6
          I believe the internals for the jackhammer and jackhammer II are the same. Or all jackhammers for that matter.

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            #7
            I have a sock WGP non externally adjustable, and the seat doesnt match with this externally adjustable ANS LPR.

            I think i may be calling "Jackhammer" and "Jackhammer 2" the wrong thing ...
            Love my brass ... Love my SSR ... Hard choices ...

            looking for red/black or blue/silver phantom.
            XEMON's phantom double sided feed


            Keep your ATS going: Project rATS 2.0
            My Feedback

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              #8
              WGP's version is called the sledgehammer and not the same. I hope I didn't confuse.

              There were multiple versions of the jackhammer all with different milling but the internals were all the same.

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                #9
                ANS still sells these for relatively cheap... Incase your 3d printed model doesnt hold up. https://www.ansgear.com/ANS_Jack_Ham...p/ansjhreb.htm

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                  #10
                  Originally posted by baconquilt View Post
                  There were multiple versions of the jackhammer all with different milling but the internals were all the same.
                  Yep, they're all the same.
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