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In Topic: 2k RF Cocker

18 October 2009 - 09:47 PM

Just wanted to update:
Bought a CCM RAM and a palmers 3 way - $50

In Topic: 2k RF Cocker

16 October 2009 - 10:40 PM

NAh, time to kill two birds with one stone. You wanted a delrin backblock so just buy a new post 2k backblock and use your 2k bolt with it. They kept the body length the same they just changed the length of the backblock. Also I am quite certain they used the same valve just increased the size of the chamber in front of the valve, That is why the banjo bolt is a different size. So if you want a smaller less square front block get one for 99 they arent that hard to find. Thats about it everything else will work.

Oh, thanks. Sorry, not only am I not used to mech cockers, not even used to pre 2k cockers :P

I'll be sure to have a few more questions in the days to come when I begin to order the parts, but for now thanks to everyone that has helped.

In Topic: 2k RF Cocker

16 October 2009 - 10:12 PM

man you could also get an old eclipse frame (the mech ones) i have used those and damn are they nice. For the ram i would actually suggest a belsales ram, there the people who made eclipse parts. I have one and it is by far the smoothest ram i have ever used. As for the 3 way i have actually grown to like the bomb 3 way, it is nice and timed right with an eclipse frame is just magnificant, and works great on all frames.

As to your question, there isnt a difference that i know of between the pre 2k and 2k pneumatics. The main difference with pre 2k and 2k are the bolts are different sizes, and the valve is different, one is bigger than the other, but that is all that i know of that are different in the cockers. O and the pre 2k are side feed instead of vert feed, but im sure you already knew that.

Hope this helps

Very helpfull! I'll see if I can find an eclipse frame, but I'll take what I can get for a good price. The frame isn't a big issue for me, I can buy a few to see which ones I like best but all of them will be put towards good use.
Time to go buy a new bolt and a new valve now :( I was dearly hoping it was 2k+ as I was told, but I should have known better. Makes the project a bit more fun though ;)

Thanks everyone for the help! I'll be sure to ask if I have any other questions.

In Topic: 2k RF Cocker

16 October 2009 - 09:51 PM

Thats a 99-98 cocker. Your right to stick with the palmer lpr.....it is pretty much the best. I would just go with a standard sto ram or whatever you can find on the cheap, basically you are not going to cycle that fast with a slider frame. Threeways are important for a short trigger but you just have the stock composite frame. I kept a composite frame on mine and put a roller sear and trigger kit on it and did a bunch of polishing but it still isnt that great. I would pick up like a kapp or benchmark or ans 45 frame. Ans is best for short throw but they are hard to come by. I put a kapp 3way on my 99 and it works good but I still think shocktech bomb is the best. If you can find standard sto parts it should be fine. The big difference will come from your frame and trigger setup though.

Thanks for th info, for some reason I was told it was 2k so I just went with it... I am not planning on keeping the composite frame for long, the frame is lower on my want list compared to new pneumatics, front block, back block, asa, etc.

Answered my biggest concern with the gun, so thanks.

One last question though. All the parts I buy have to be pre 2k, so is there a difference between pre 2k and 2k pneumatics (yes they mount differently, but are the rams/3 ways interchangeable or specific threads)?

In Topic: oring

12 July 2009 - 05:31 PM

No special way that I know of. Use an oring tool to remove the old oring and then put on a new tank oring. You may want to add a drop of oil on the oring before you put it in your gun as well but that is not required.