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    Pneu kits ready.

    im about to get my restock of emag batteries in,
    I was wondering if anyone is interested in me stocking pneu kits, ones with the msv2 and the mpa-3 ram.

    let me know your thoughts.

    thank you,
    KNM
    Last edited by knownothingmags; 12-02-2015 at 04:13 PM.
    I sell new 800 mah Emag batteries, in dealers section, or pm for pricing. batteries ready to ship

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    or am I stepping on mag79's toes.
    I didn't know if he is around offering the kits.

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    Get them and put them out. Mag79 is very sporadic in his time here, from what i seen. I know, i want a kit, just to have.

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    its would be the msv2, mpa3 ram, barb fittings, trigger rod, lp hose and mounting screws and trigger stops if I can get them.
    and the magnet mod if people want it.

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    all parts ordered minus set screws and trigger rod but those will get here before anything else even if I order them later.
    ill throw up a dealer thread when I get the parts in hand.

    what length set screw for trigger stop screws with nylon tip do people use?
    Last edited by knownothingmags; 11-11-2015 at 10:18 AM.

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    parts ordered.
    now just need to wait for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags View Post
    what length set screw for trigger stop screws with nylon tip do people use?
    Off the top of my head I don't remember what length I used on the M86's. But they were just 4-40 thd 18-8 Stainless Steel setscrews. No nylon tip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cougar20th View Post
    Off the top of my head I don't remember what length I used on the M86's. But they were just 4-40 thd 18-8 Stainless Steel setscrews. No nylon tip.
    got it.
    der, just needed to look

    thank you.

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    I use 6-32 and I've seen others use 8-32.
    Length depends on the trigger but 1/4' is a good average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I use 6-32 and I've seen others use 8-32.
    Length depends on the trigger but 1/4' is a good average.
    8-32 on what an emag trigger. that seems big.

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    I dont recall what trigger it was but I have seen them.
    Personally if I were you I would avoid the 4-40 because it may be hard for guys at home to hand tap. On a milling machine it's not an issue but it may be an issue for the inexperienced to hand tap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I dont recall what trigger it was but I have seen them.
    Personally if I were you I would avoid the 4-40 because it may be hard for guys at home to hand tap. On a milling machine it's not an issue but it may be an issue for the inexperienced to hand tap.
    yeah my thoughts exactly, ill offer the 4-40 to people that have say the trigger already tapped.

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    Set screws are cheap in bulk so it would be easy to stock a few sizes and lengths then people can choose what they want, LMK if you need a source for hardware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Set screws are cheap in bulk so it would be easy to stock a few sizes and lengths then people can choose what they want, LMK if you need a source for hardware.
    yeah after I left that last post I came to this realization too.
    ill have many sizes stocked.

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    I almost have all the parts in to make the pneu kits
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    magnet mods ready (if you feel you need them that is )
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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags View Post
    magnet mods ready (if you feel you need them that is )
    20151122_141445.jpg20151122_141455.jpg
    the one on the right the reason the magnet holder is cracked is because it is a V1, the new versions are the right size to hold the magnets very nicely.

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    I assume you're gluing the mag mod on? I've always wondered if mounting the side near the valve through the mounting holes would be better than gluing it to the top? Meaning provide the mount to utilize the screw holes. Not sure if I'm explaining myself well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by barkingspider View Post
    I assume you're gluing the mag mod on? I've always wondered if mounting the side near the valve through the mounting jokes rather than by hlue. Meaning provide the mount to utilize the screw holes. Not sure if I'm explaining myself well?
    if I have time ill make some that utilize one of the mounting holes.
    but I will be using epoxy

    just like all the guys have done in the past.
    as long as you don't go torking on the parts they tend to stay in place.
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    ill kick the design to utilize the mounting hole in the msv 2 tomorrow,
    this will allow for no epoxy
    Last edited by knownothingmags; 11-22-2015 at 06:13 PM.

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    magmod ount.png

    like this?

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    Yep......exactly. I'd be interested in a couple of those mounts that don't need epoxy and utilize the mounting holes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barkingspider View Post
    Yep......exactly. I'd be interested in a couple of those mounts that don't need epoxy and utilize the mounting holes.
    lol I just printed off 100 of the other yesterday at work.
    ill have to try to get these 100 done again this weekend maybe

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    With the correct materials you could print a new MPA-3 ram, combining the piston/oring carrier and ram in one part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    With the correct materials you could print a new MPA-3 ram, combining the piston/oring carrier and ram in one part.
    yeah I know right,

    I have all of the materials in my office to do it.
    just need to get a printer back in my hands lol

    and to do some real testing.
    I want to make a setup and bring it to tunaball if I can make it.
    that would probably be the best testing I could think of, next to handing out free samples, and not getting feedback.
    Last edited by knownothingmags; 11-22-2015 at 09:06 PM.

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    magnet mods (msv 2 magnet returns) complete

    just waiting on getting my msv2s in

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    with these magnet mods you will have to unscrew the mounting screw and pull it out to adjust the magnet screw.

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    FINALLY!!!! got my msv 2s in.
    ill throw a thread up tonight in dealers section detailing the kits that will be offered.

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    Have you posted this in the AGD pages on facebook?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    Have you posted this in the AGD pages on facebook?
    no not sure how. lol

    dealer thread up

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    Have you posted this in the AGD pages on facebook?
    You do realize that there are a huge amount of people that reject the privacy invasion of the so called social media ?

    ........
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