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big jim 04-16-2013 03:53 PM

9V frame for LED
I have an LED with a bad battery, no charger, and the charger connection has been pulled loose. I am looking for a frame and board that will replace my frame so I can use 9 volt batteries. I know I can use the PMR board in my LCD but it will not fit my LED. Also the LED has the gas through the front of the frame so I am not sure what to do there. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

davehome333 04-17-2013 02:30 AM

keep your frame and buy a universal t-board from scenario dreams.

Frizzle Fry 04-17-2013 05:38 AM

I have a 90* LED frame that will work for you.

big jim 04-17-2013 09:44 AM

It doesn't look like there is enough room in the current frame on the LED for a battery. Is there more room in the 90* frame? What would it cost me? I am looking to sell the gun and given their market value there isn't much room for a lot of money in upgrades.

Frizzle Fry 04-17-2013 09:12 PM

Not many 90* were made for the LED, wouldn't be cheap.

IMO you should do what I did. Use a rechargeable 9.6v and run your harness through the bottom of the grips - then you go to radioshack and grab one of those little black ABS 9v cases and drill two holes in the edge of it. Stick the edge in between your marker and ASA, slide the mounting bolts through the holes, et voila.

I wanna say it cost me $20 and 20 minutes circa 1999.

big jim 04-17-2013 09:53 PM

I was informed today that a Universal T board will work. I may need to dremel out the frame.

Frizzle Fry 04-17-2013 09:58 PM

But a UTB will cost you $60 and dremeling the frame will lose potential buyers.

big jim 04-17-2013 11:55 PM

Very true.

MIballer 04-18-2013 01:45 AM

put the UTB in the battery tube and there will be enough room for the battery in the frame and it will look super clean.

davehome333 04-19-2013 01:00 AM


Originally Posted by Frizzle Fry (Post 2686803)
But a UTB will cost you $60 and dremeling the frame will lose potential buyers.

then go to a machine shop and have it milled for $50 bucks. or have a battery made up that is 9v and will fit in the battery tube. or there was a guy on pb nation who did a t-board install and noticed that some 9v's will fit in the frame depending on the brand of the 9v.

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