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BigMatt-MadCustoms 06-30-2014 09:06 PM

Installing a backcheck valve in a Phantom
 
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First install the spring onto valve depressing pin in the Phantom vertical ASA..this will work on any Phantom bucket changer..
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Next get ahold of the supplied freshly punched out flat seal...I have sausage fingers so I have to use the Hemostats..
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Drop it flat onto the back end of the pierce pin in the upper part of the bucket changer
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Now carefully put it all back together...don't let the the spring slip..
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Like I said...don't let the spring slip..if you hear any grinding or scratching...stop..see even I goof up
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This is what will be included in the kit.. Spring and 3 seals..just in case you lose one... $5.00 shipped and paypaled.. These will be in the MadCustoms Marketplace shortly..enjoy and thanks for looking
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Stilgar 06-30-2014 09:13 PM

Must have one! Or three

How do I order?

BigMatt-MadCustoms 06-30-2014 09:19 PM

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Originally Posted by Stilgar (Post 2983227)
Must have one! Or three

How do I order?

Have a look and then drop me a line.

Here---> https://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/m...rketplace.html

GanonsGrin 06-30-2014 09:52 PM

How does this style compare to the check valves that use the tiny oring and ball bearing?

BigMatt-MadCustoms 06-30-2014 10:04 PM

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Originally Posted by GanonsGrin (Post 2983257)
How does this style compare to the check valves that use the tiny oring and ball bearing?

Well I have tried that way and have found it to not always seal up... Best I can tell without cutting a bucket changer in half and having a look is where the leading edge if the tap that is used for the pierce pin(1/4-28 tpi) leaves a small angle on some of the changers and that allows the o-ring style to slip off to the side a little.... this is my best guess..

So far on all my phantoms this system works 100%..

EDIT: This is also how AGD did it on the Micro CA II .....

Matt

Alive 06-30-2014 10:32 PM

What are the advantages of this?

BigMatt-MadCustoms 06-30-2014 10:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Alive (Post 2983300)
What are the advantages of this?

Easy enough... you gun will hold enough air for one shot...

Bad guy hears you dump your 12 gram and decides to rush you... but you have a little suprise for him... pop goggle shot..if your lucky.. :)

Ir0nExpress 07-01-2014 12:35 AM

You can also mess with them and vent air from a moderately full 12 gram to have them scurry up on you only to eat autotrigger.

Will be ordering a set when I get my 12 grams a few months from now.

Jaccen 07-02-2014 11:37 PM

Cost shipped to Ontario, Canada? Thanks.

BigMatt-MadCustoms 07-03-2014 06:24 AM

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Originally Posted by Jaccen (Post 2984462)
Cost shipped to Ontario, Canada? Thanks.

To Canada... I can send as an international envelope for $3 total to frozen north $7..... I can put about 5 in an envelope before the post office starts grumbling

PM me..
Matt


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