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  • #276288
    loic
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    nobody to help me??

    #276291
    rrdstarr
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    #276294
    loic
    Participant

    i know this
    but shipping cost for france is as expansive than the price of the part

    #276296
    rrdstarr
    Participant

    Stoning the sear engagements and using a smaller diameter wire spring is your solution.

    #276306
    loic
    Participant

    it s the reason why i search dimensions about the spring kit from talontune but nobody seen to have it

    #276348
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I’d just try and find a pen that has a spring that’s close in diameter to the OEM one but has a softer compression feel.

    The cut to length will also add to the strength of the spring.
    Shorter or longer than the OEM if it’s to soft make it longer than or if it’s hard make it a bit shorter than.

    Change out the 2 but I’d leave the sear engagement one OEM.

    ~ Greg

    #276897
    loic
    Participant

    great!
    what is the pen brand?do you have a link?

    #276904
    Anonymous
    Inactive
    quote loic post_id=389571 time=1548804650 user_id=101111:

    great!
    what is the pen brand?do you have a link?

    Pilot G-2 Retractable Gel Pen

    #276910
    loic
    Participant

    thanks it s nice :winkn:
    what size of washer do you use to reduce the play on the trigger?

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