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    Classic Valve Serial #

    I felt this was cool enough to post.
    I got this classic valve in a mag parts lot buy.

    The serial # is CF02604

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    Question Is It Small ?

    I dont get it.

    Am I missing something ?


    "When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty." Thomas Jefferson

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    I looks so different. I just can't put my finger on it.

    I know this is a huge long shot but what ever happened to those titanium valves? I know there is probably n way that's it though. If it is then TK might still give you 1K for it.

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    lvl5 valve

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    Yep, one of the few level 5 valves out there that didn't get upgraded to level 7.
    Except for the Automag in front, its usually the man behind the equipment that counts.

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    Is your birthday 02/6/04?

    You have to admit... finding a valve with your birthday would be pretty sweet. That just leaves out all the 6 digit guys like myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cokrkilr View Post
    Is your birthday 02/6/04?

    You have to admit... finding a valve with your birthday would be pretty sweet. That just leaves out all the 6 digit guys like myself
    I recently sold an RT Pro valve with SN 01983. If it had been 1981, I'd have kept it. Also just sold a valve with SN 10355 (I think), and if it had been 10357 that would be my father-in-law's birthday.

    IN other words, I've been close a couple of times, but no dice yet.

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    Nice, another lvl 5 valve. Dont see many of them. Ive got one as well.
    Quote Originally Posted by dano_____ View Post
    I keep forgetting to not feed my mags after midnight so they seem to multiply regularly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cougar20th View Post
    Nice, another lvl 5 valve. Dont see many of them. Ive got one as well.
    Can I use a standard parts kit too get it working again?

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    Yes, the valve itself is identical to any other classic valve, so you can use a standard classic valve parts kit. It's just the way the powertube attaches to the front of the valve that is different.

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