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    Dissemble CP 2K8 Direct Mount for anodizing

    Hey, I was wondering if there were any tips to disassemble a CP direct mount.

    Any tips/tricks out there?

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    Pull the brass piece out of the back with needle nose pliers. Hit it thread side on a piece of wood everything should fall out. Front knob is loctited on the brass screw. Heat up the knob and it should smoke breaking the loctite. Then grab ahold of it with something and turn the Screw in the asa with an Allen key.


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    Someone sent me one of these to use on a project, and I'm really surprised how hard it is to turn. Is that normal? The rail-mounted CP ASAs are so easy to turn. This one feels stuck. Not sure if that's normal or if I should take it apart to try and fix it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny View Post
    Hey, I was wondering if there were any tips to disassemble a CP direct mount.

    Any tips/tricks out there?

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    whoa where did you get that plastic jig behind it?
    RKM 3D DeisignsPneumag kits,Troll LPR forgrip,emag batteries, other 3d printed items.

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    What is the plastic jig for?

    Bunny is sending it my way for disassembly btw.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rawbutter View Post
    Someone sent me one of these to use on a project, and I'm really surprised how hard it is to turn. Is that normal? The rail-mounted CP ASAs are so easy to turn. This one feels stuck. Not sure if that's normal or if I should take it apart to try and fix it.
    More than likely there is some gunk in the threads. If it has been taken apart, it could also be put together poorly, the nut and/or screw be misaligned

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