|dundadun ||03-10-2008 07:04 PM |
Drop out & stock class feed ?'s
Could I see some close ups of drop out valves and stock feeds/one piece feeds? How much of a gap is everyone getting? Or are you trimming the feed gates?
Also is there any other "plugs" that fit the threading on the drop out valve threads?
|dundadun ||03-10-2008 07:36 PM |
that's the way i currently have it, but with the stock cci feed block
looking into/piecing together a second setup now
|dundadun ||03-10-2008 10:47 PM |
and for one piece feeds i'de have to do that to more than just the speedgate huh? to the bottom of the feedtube itself
|xkpxfatassxx ||03-10-2008 11:02 PM |
It shouldn't bother you. Just think of it as less rocking.
|Ir0nExpress ||03-10-2008 11:11 PM |
It looks gross when the feedtube is ajar, I hate that haha
|dundadun ||03-11-2008 05:25 AM |
yeah i'd rather have it flush, looks better, and I'd be less worried about the lone screw that holds it on in case of a bump
|Schmitti ||03-11-2008 10:38 AM |
The tube would fall out before the screw holding the feed block in breaks.
Remember the feed tube (aluminum) has light threads that lightly grab the delrin of the feedblock. While it holds the tube in, there is room for play so that things don't break during use.
|dundadun ||03-11-2008 05:26 PM |
and for one piece feeds? that's what im worried about
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