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Old 03-19-2019, 10:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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rarity of trayless kits for B2k's

like the title says, are these things common at all?
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Old 03-20-2019, 11:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Pretty hard to come by. They're common among the guys that hoarded them. Pretty common to just use a promaster frame now.

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Considering people are 3d printing frames right now you might be able to design and print one fairly easily.
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Pretty hard to come by. They're common among the guys that hoarded them. Pretty common to just use a promaster frame now.
Did that big pile of new-old-stock promasters sell out? They were kind of tempting, but the single price was more than my want.
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Are there any trayless kits besides the t2 frame?
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Did that big pile of new-old-stock promasters sell out? They were kind of tempting, but the single price was more than my want.
I didn't know there was one. There were non-pds b2k4s on ANS but I think those are gone. I have a promaster frame that I got with a project. Its been modded accept an msv-2 but otherwise it's good. I'm not sure if I'm gonna use it yet.
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There was a huge pile of bushy stuff at ANS

pds and non PDS b2k4s and a pile of promasters.
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Are there any trayless kits besides the t2 frame?
Yep. The t1 trayless kit. Or you can build one.
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I ended up taking the tray off just to look inside there, and i noticed the solenoid was mounted on a block, and the block to the body. When you have a trayless kit, is that metal part milled down? I'm considering contacting someone for to see about a 3D printed tray...
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On a trayless set up you need a flat manifold (that piece), tapped for barbs, as well as a barbed (intimidator) solenoid. I'll snap a pic of the finished manifold later but here's a comparison.Name:  448638041.jpeg
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