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Old 04-12-2019, 09:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for a cheep bord for my led. Wanting to use 9 volt and have modes of fire. Not worried about eyes or fit . Going to make a bad *** monster. Just need to see what my options are.
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I don't think there's enough room in an LED frame without major cutting.
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I don't think there's enough room in an LED frame without major cutting.
I've heard you can shave down the edges of the board so it will fit in the battery tube. Then solder wires to the battery terminals and down to a 9v connector in the grip frame.
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If you want to go back to a factory board I have 2 in good shape for cheap. Bob Casselberry does full rebuilds including a new factory battery.
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I've heard you can shave down the edges of the board so it will fit in the battery tube. Then solder wires to the battery terminals and down to a 9v connector in the grip frame.
That's how they were done by TAG. Not sure if he wired new switches or if you just pull the back plate to turn it on. Other option would be using an LCD frame with a pmr mount.
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That's how they were done by TAG. Not sure if he wired new switches or if you just pull the back plate to turn it on. Other option would be using an LCD frame with a pmr mount.
Yeah I forgot to mention, you'd also want to solder your power switch wires to the board.
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