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Old 04-06-2007, 02:28 PM #1
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Super bolt Feed Neck ???

the threads for the feed neck are removeable and i just bought this cocker and need new threads where can i buy one??? This is the part i mean

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Old 04-06-2007, 03:15 PM #2
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uuummmm....wow did you rip that out by yourself? That piece should have been pressfit into the body. Maybe contact WGP to get one but your better off going to FBM
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Old 04-06-2007, 03:34 PM #3
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I don't think anyone makes them for the Psychoballistics 'Cockers. I had that same problem when I tried to find a feednack for my Lightning. Your best bet is to try to find a high-rise feedneck with the same diameter as the PB one, and use a Dremel to "carve" it to fit.

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Old 04-06-2007, 03:58 PM #4
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The Psychoballistics Superbolt isn't pressed in like the lightning, it is threaded . I'm not sure if it is cocker threaded or not though.
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Old 04-06-2007, 04:25 PM #5
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ok by pressed in...i mean the threaded part that the feedneck screws onto which I'm assuming is what that mangled thing is. If so, then your best be to have a professional fix would be to send it to FBM and have them put a hooker feedneck in its place or buy the feedneck and do it yourself if youve got the tools
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Old 04-06-2007, 04:46 PM #6
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yea tthe threaded part is removeable on the superbolt its held in by a set screw
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Old 04-06-2007, 09:32 PM #7
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The old threads can usually be fixed with a very small triangle file and a light touch unless major areas of it are messed up.

Older Timmy and SHO (or maybe it's STO?) cocker feednecks screw onto the base threads.
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it works i just wanted one thats not scratced
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Old 04-07-2007, 01:16 AM #9
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ok by pressed in...i mean the threaded part that the feedneck screws onto which I'm assuming is what that mangled thing is. If so, then your best be to have a professional fix would be to send it to FBM and have them put a hooker feedneck in its place or buy the feedneck and do it yourself if youve got the tools
Like the other guy said, it's not press fitted into the body. It's held in by set set screws.

That's one feature I love about the superbolts. I also love the set screws in the front block to keep the pneus from moving around.
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Like the other guy said, it's not press fitted into the body. It's held in by set set screws.
I'd hate that personally...set screws are good for some things but not holding a feedneck in place. It seems like they cut corners by doing it that way
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I've owned at least 6 of these cockers now. I've never had a problem with a feedneck moving once I locked it down. You say you WOULD hate that, but it sounds like you've never owned one. I've never heard a complaint about the feednecks.

I'd call press fitting cutting corners more than I'd call using a set screw cutting corners. Press fits require less machining, and are harder on the customer if there is ever a problem with the stock feedneck. Press fitting is a shortcut often used in machining. With the set screw you can lock it down and never mess with it, but if you ever do need to take the feedneck out you can do so without risking damaging the feedneck or the body.
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i have a dust silver one $5 plus shipping if you want one also have a dust black one both off psycobalistics lightnings that were converted to stock class pumps they are brand new never been used just sitting in a box
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Old 04-07-2007, 07:38 AM #13
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My Superbolt doesn't have a set screw for the feedneck. It just screws out
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I've owned at least 6 of these cockers now. I've never had a problem with a feedneck moving once I locked it down. You say you WOULD hate that, but it sounds like you've never owned one. I've never heard a complaint about the feednecks.
No I dont own one, never plan to cause I'm not a fan of the milling style. The reason I dont like the idea of set screws is because when it comes to that part of the feedneck, I want it to be as secure and permanent as possible.
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My Superbolt doesn't have a set screw for the feedneck. It just screws out
You're talking about the upper portion with the lightning bolts on it. The lower portion that goes into the body is also removable with the setscrew. Look for a hole for a small setscrew on the front of the main body right at the base of the feedneck. If you loosen that screw you cal lift out the lower portion that looks like the piece in the picture in the first post.
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Old 04-07-2007, 10:13 AM #16
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do timmy feedneck work on the superbolts stock feedneck
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No I dont own one, never plan to cause I'm not a fan of the milling style. The reason I dont like the idea of set screws is because when it comes to that part of the feedneck, I want it to be as secure and permanent as possible.
The way the set screw is in there, it's not going anywhere.

Like I said before, I've owned at least 6 Superbolts. I've never had a feedtube move on me when I didn't want it to. Actually, I've had feednecks stuck on the feedtube that I had to get off with a strap wrench, the feedtube still didn't move.

It's definately secure. Why you'd want it permanent I don't know.
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