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Old 04-26-2019, 02:40 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Thanks Carp! Quick question though, what's the difference between "no-rise" and "no-pro" feednecks from CCM?
I'm not sure, mine (no-rise) will arrive Monday. I can post pics then. My guess is a shorter/taller ball stack. Or you could give Laurie a call at CCM(877-412-6850).

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Old 04-26-2019, 10:34 PM   #12 (permalink)
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The no rise is roughly the height of the average hopper neck. The no pro is about half the height of the average hopper neck, allowing you to cut the hopper neck and have it sit lower
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The no rise is roughly the height of the average hopper neck. The no pro is about half the height of the average hopper neck, allowing you to cut the hopper neck and have it sit lower
...good to know, thanks!
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The no rise is roughly the height of the average hopper neck. The no pro is about half the height of the average hopper neck, allowing you to cut the hopper neck and have it sit lower
Awesome, thank you!
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Old 04-30-2019, 04:42 PM   #15 (permalink)
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I went with the no-rise, hoping to get a better feed with a few stacked balls. Im excited, as this is a simple switch from the stock feed to a hopper, I have an under cocking kit and taking the body off can be a pain.

PS -- Played speedball with my phantom over the weekend, got my *** kicked mostly, but had a few good outs. Last game I managed to take out the whole team with some good old snake crawling and a surrender to finish it off.
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PS -- Played speedball with my phantom over the weekend, got my *** kicked mostly, but had a few good outs. Last game I managed to take out the whole team with some good old snake crawling and a surrender to finish it off.
When you play with a pump and loose, no one remembers.

However, all it takes is one successful day and they call you "The Pump Guy" and start worrying when they know you're on the other team.
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Old 05-03-2019, 01:59 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Never seen this before... Mates to the SC Feed Mounting Adaptor?

https://phantomonline.com/product/7-...to-1-046-inch/
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Never seen this before... Mates to the SC Feed Mounting Adaptor?

https://phantomonline.com/product/7-...to-1-046-inch/
It appears to, but why would you want that over a clamping neck?
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