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Old 02-13-2018, 02:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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An RT has joined the party. Needs some help learning to dance tho

Got my hands on an rt it’s missing
The little disc that goes in the back under the regulator piston? Pretty sure there is supposed to be one

As well as the regulator seat.

All the orings look good

There is a weird silver metallic paste cover most of the reg springs and around that area is that an issue?

Thanks it’s my first non working mag jaha








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There is a weird silver Natalie past cover most of the reg springs and around that area is that an issue?
I'm interested in knowing this as well - sounds intriguing.
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Will post pics latter today.
The goop wipes off and marks similar to a Natalie silver sharpie
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Old 02-13-2018, 05:37 PM   #5 (permalink)
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thats grease...
i just got my first mag too...nasty rt classic..
what i found with help from my buddy Zdlobik on here and others is...
the two springs in the reg adjust...are supposed to be covered in grease..i tore the whole marker down and cleaned every part.
there isnt a seal per say in an rt classic...like the ones i am used to..( a flat washer-ish urethane thing with a hole in it)
instead they are orings...urethane 90d to be exact. (i did do the rebuild using 90d bunas just to test it until the prescribed ones came in and they worked) 2 006's on the reg pin separated by the split washer.. ...008 under the brass keeper and another oo6 on top of that.
when i put it all back...i coated those springs in dow 55...i hope that works! i didnt wanna using any else.
the only "seal" i can gather from research...is inside the reg adjust piston and it is "unserviceable" although i did find a vid of a guy taking one apart and rebuilding it...

Superman...made a good point...if Tom and adg wanted you to mess with it...they'd have made it so you could.

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level 7 short hard nose bolt. brownish o rings are not long for this world buy a kit from AGD and replace them all. order extra banjo bolt o rings while your at it and the kits do not come with the power tube tip o ring but you only have to change them if the tip wont stay tight. the springs in the velocity adjuster need a coat of light grease to keep them from rusting, any grease will do. if you decide to upgrade to a level 10 bolt kit you will have to replace the regulator piston assembly(the brass piece in the velocity adjustment). it looks like all the hard parts are there but replace the orings.
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it looks like all the hard parts are there but replace the orings.
Yeah, those are supposed to be "o"-rings on the reg pin, not square seals.
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Isn't that bolt bumper supposed to be....clear? I read they are different for rt's ...the replacement I ordered specifically for the rt came in clear.
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