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  • #21244

    donnyfl
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    Does anyone have a list of o-ring sizes for the Mutant?

    *Updated thanks to Dman here is the list:
    21 X 3 Seal rear / front stopper tank 1 each and Regulator OD x2

    13.5 X 2 ​​Seal valve body

    12.5 x 2 ​​Seal the barrel on the receiver.

    4.47 x 1.78, -008. (.177) / 5.28 x 1.78. -009. (.22) probe seal X2

    9.25 x 1.78. -012. pressure gauge

    4.47 x 1.78. -008. filling nozzle .

    23 x 1.5 (.177) / 1.5 x 24 (.22) magazine od x2

    Regulator.

    2.9 x 1.78. -006. Nozzle gear

    12.42 x 1.78. -014. sleave.

    6.07 x 1.78. -010. Piston reducer *Buno 70 polyurethane*

    2.9 x 1.78. -006. Piston reducer. *Buno 70 polyurethane*

    #253342

    secoda
    Participant

    I bet Earnest does. I just emailed him.

    #253343

    donnyfl
    Participant

    Thanks Coda, I searched the forum but nothing came up. Could be useful for others in the future.

    #253344

    dman1114
    Member

    Donny..

    I have a full list.

    Most of them are normal American sizes…

    I just need to convert the list.

    Anyhow

    Here they are. Give me some time and I will add the American dash # to it later

    21 X 3 Seal rear / front stopper tank 1 each and Regulator OD x2

    13.5 X 2 ​​Seal valve body

    12.5 x 2 ​​Seal the barrel on the receiver.

    4.47 x 1.78, -008. (.177) / 5.28 x 1.78. -009. (.22) probe seal X2

    9.25 x 1.78. -012. pressure gauge

    4.47 x 1.78. -008. filling nozzle .

    23 x 1.5 (.177) / 1.5 x 24 (.22) magazine od x2

    Regulator.

    2.9 x 1.78. -006. Nozzle gear

    12.42 x 1.78. -014. sleave.

    6.07 x 1.78. -010. Piston reducer *Buno 70 polyurethane*

    2.9 x 1.78. -006. Piston reducer. *Buno 70 polyurethane*

    #253345

    donnyfl
    Participant

    Sweet Dman thanks!

    #253347

    secoda
    Participant

    Nice!!!!

    #253348

    dman1114
    Member

    Ok I updated it with the proper dash – number after the metric one.

    It’s nice cause the oring. Can be sourced from anywhere

    #253349

    secoda
    Participant

    Thanks – I stored that with the other oring documents. 😉

    #253353

    donnyfl
    Participant

    Placed my order with the oring store: Total came out to $17.62 with Priority mail shipping. Shipping cost more than the actual o-rings. If you’re not in a rush, shipping would’ve been $5 something for regular US mail. I got everything Buno 70, if I recall Ernest saying this is harder and should last longer.

    http://www.theoringstore.com/

    #253354

    kabukicrack
    Member

    $9.45 fast shipping for a tiny envelope of rubbers?…that’s a mugging for sure… :suprisedn:

    #253356

    secoda
    Participant

    Thanks….

    #253358

    dman1114
    Member

    Did u order the regulator shaft in D70. Eurothane?

    The ones in the gun out of the box are like a 90d… I’ve got the best performance and reliability out of the 70d eurothane ones…

    The nitrile ones I don’t feel will hold up to the cyclING of the regulator

    #253359

    donnyfl
    Participant

    Yeah I ordered everything D70.

    quote dman1114:

    Did u order the regulator shaft in D70. Eurothane?

    The ones in the gun out of the box are like a 90d… I’ve got the best performance and reliability out of the 70d eurothane ones…

    The nitrile ones I don’t feel will hold up to the cyclING of the regulator

    Definitely could have been cheaper if they stuff it in a small flat rate box. These o-rings don’t take that much space. Unless they’re sending me a catelog along with them.

    quote kabukicrack:

    $9.45 fast shipping for a tiny envelope of rubbers?…that’s a mugging for sure… :suprisedn:
    #253360

    rearsprocket
    Member

    Here is the Russian O-ring list translated by google and I.

    NBR70
    21 x 3 Seal the back/front of the tank and plugs gear //\ \ Air Tube
    13.5 x 2 Seal valve body on the back of the tank tube //\ \ Main Valve to Receiver
    12.5 x 2 Seal the barrel of the receiver //\ \ Barrel receiver O-ring
    4.47 x 1.78 (-008) / 5.28 x 1.78 (-009) The seal on the barrel breech //\ \ .177 & .22 Breech O-rings
    9.25 x 1.78 (-012) Seal the pressure gauge on the front of the tank tube
    4.47 x 1.78 (-008) Seal the filling nozzle
    23 x 1.5 / 24 x 1.5 Crimp ring at the store //\ \ snap rings for Main Valve & Mod ?
    2.9 x 1.78 (-006) nozzle gear //\ \ Fill O-ring ??
    6.07 x 1.78 (-010) The piston gear //\ \ Reg. piston larger
    2.9 x 1.78 (-006) The piston gear //\ \ Reg. piston small
    12.42 x 1.78 (-014) Reg. piston end cap //\ \ low psi side

    #253412

    dman1114
    Member
    quote donnyfl:

    Yeah I ordered everything D70.

    quote dman1114:

    Did u order the regulator shaft in D70. Eurothane?

    The ones in the gun out of the box are like a 90d… I’ve got the best performance and reliability out of the 70d eurothane ones…

    The nitrile ones I don’t feel will hold up to the cyclING of the regulator

    Definitely could have been cheaper if they stuff it in a small flat rate box. These o-rings don’t take that much space. Unless they’re sending me a catelog along with them.

    quote kabukicrack:

    $9.45 fast shipping for a tiny envelope of rubbers?…that’s a mugging for sure… :suprisedn:

    Donny…

    Your miss understanding… I know you ordered everything in 70d…

    The 2 Orings on the Regulator shaft. Should be eurothane, Not Nitrile The Eurothane Orings are for areas where you have constant abrasive movement.

    With the cycling the normal 70d Nitrile just wont hold up and will break down.

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