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Old 05-18-2013, 03:48 PM #1
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Stingray feedneck size

What size elbow do I need to fit a standard loader (my pinokio) on this beast? I herd its a1" to 1 ". Would a standard 45 pvc elbow work?
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Old 05-20-2013, 02:13 PM #2
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Yes, you need a 1" elbow. Your Pinokio feedneck should be close to 1" as well.

Go to Home Depot, go to the plumbing section. Buy a 1" - 45* copper elbow and two house clamps. Cut a "T" shaped notch in both ends of the elbow with a Dremel, then slip on the hose clamps. Homemade clamping elbow! Works great, and nearly indestructible.
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Old 05-30-2013, 01:40 AM #3
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Yes, you need a 1" elbow. Your Pinokio feedneck should be close to 1" as well.

Go to Home Depot, go to the plumbing section. Buy a 1" - 45* copper elbow and two house clamps. Cut a "T" shaped notch in both ends of the elbow with a Dremel, then slip on the hose clamps. Homemade clamping elbow! Works great, and nearly indestructible.
i looked at a 1" and it looks way too big, i bought a 3/4 (maybe theyre going by ID) and fits a little loose on the hopper and is a touch too small on the gun. what do you mean by a "T" shaped notch? like upsidedown, so the hoseclamp can grab something? got a picture of what you mean?
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Old 05-30-2013, 11:31 AM #4
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Imitate this: http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...d=330899009942

See how there are T shaped cuts in both feed cups? That's so the plastic has room to expand and compress around the feed tube. You're trying to accomplish the same thing, but you will use hose clamps to tighten it.

And that's strange that the 1"copper elbow was too big. Mine fit almost perfectly before cutting it and clamping it.
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