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  • Jordan
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    custar - yes. 🙂

  • custar
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    Is that the same order for the cups in a Blazer?

  • BrickHaus
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    I ordered 100 of those o rings for some reason. Lmao. I have 1 stroker with a quick switch. so if anyone needs em hollaaaa.

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  • TarntKarntington
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    Good to know those worked for you, I ordered some and should have them shortly.

    Link from the referenced thread here: https://www.theoringstore.com/store/...ducts_id=41768

  • TarntKarntington
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    Thanks all for the correction on the cup order! I wasn't sure about the inner cups so I had tried it both ways with no luck, and I just verified again that it's still leaking even with the correct order. Hopefully the metric o-rings sort things out.

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  • Hellion360
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    Where did you get those rings? Can be hard to find in my experience.

  • OpusX
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    The 1.2x5.7 metric orings are what I used to rebuild the quickswitch posted in the referenced thread. They worked perfectly.

    Also DocsMachine and Jordan nailed it, your cup order is wonky.

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  • Jordan
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    Here's what it should look like.

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  • DocsMachine
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    Pretty sure the middle two spools are backwards.

    Doc.

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  • TarntKarntington
    started a topic Quickswitch Rebuild

    Quickswitch Rebuild

    I recently acquired a Squall with a minor leak in the quickswitch. I'm proud to say after some tinkering and o-ring replacement the minor leak is now dramatically worse. I replaced the stem o-rings with 003s that came with the Squall and the on the cups I used identical-looking o-rings I got from a Nasty Typhoon o-ring kit from Palmer's.

    When I insert the 12ie, it immediately starts leaking out the top of the assembly and can get 4-5 shots before it's spent. I'm pretty sure I got the cups in the correct order based on pictures I found, despite being an idiot and losing track of their position when I removed them.

    The replacement o-rings look fine, though based on comments I've read here I'm getting the impression that not all PPS parts are created equal. Based on this thread (https://www.mcarterbrown.com/forum/p...d-o-ring-sizes) I'll track down some of the 1.2x5.7 metric o-rings just in case.

    I've attached a photo of how I've got the assembly laid out. Now that I look at the picture a little more closely I'm seeing the gaps left by the o-rings - does this look problematic? Please let me know if there's anything else that might be worth trying or if the order doesn't look right.

    Thanks in advance!
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