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Old 05-22-2014, 09:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can someone make me a long plug for the TiPX? I want to remove my remote line adapter when running just pistol. I want it long enough so i can remove it with a wrench or allen wrench and not have to take the whole pistol apart. Basically a long plug.
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Can someone make me a long plug for the TiPX? I want to remove my remote line adapter when running just pistol. I want it long enough so i can remove it with a wrench or allen wrench and not have to take the whole pistol apart. Basically a long plug.
Could you just put an air tank fill nipple on the remote adapter? I am not sure how the remote adapter works.
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Yea but i dont want it to stick out that far. Want to keep the dirt out as well, would be nive to be flush and use an allen wrench to remove or tighten it up
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What's the thread for the adapter? Could you just find a really really long socket head bolt and trim it to the right length? Or if it's some pipe thread, get a tap and add thread yourself to a bolt?
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Only issue is there is a tiny o-ring at the end that seal it i think, i will look into the thread type to see if i can find anything that matches it.
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A brass npt plug from the hardware store and some Teflon tape?
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Only issue is there is a tiny o-ring at the end that seal it i think, i will look into the thread type to see if i can find anything that matches it.
Ah, yeah... Don't own one so I'd never seen that before. Hm. Well, the kit itself is usually only $20 which is probably the cheapest option you'll find - maybe buy another one, disassemble/chop off the tube so it will sit flush with the back of the marker, thread in a grub screw, and red loctite that sucker in there so you can use it to screw/unscrew the whole thing?

Alright, maybe that option isn't so cheap if you don't already have a set of taps and a bottle of red loctite...
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No o-ring on my remote line kit. I don't have it handily available so I can check the threads for you, but I think a socket head screw should work well.
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there should be a tiny o-ring at the very end, that screws into the reg. I end up cutting it and threading it for an 8-32 screw and used red loctite. I got my teammate working on making one up for me. For got he has a mini lathe.
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