Originally Posted by r37r18u710n
It is absolutely not an Autococker bolt. They would not design the bolt for a specific model of Autococker when the market value would be negligible (Seeing as Cockers aren't nearly as popular as they once were). They would either design it for a Pre-2k Cocker, Post 2k Cocker, or Evo length Cocker. Any other design for a Cocker would be a waste of resources.
Since of all of those options, the only possibility would be an Evo design due to the vertical pin, that is immediately ruled out by looking at the detent groove.
if you go to their website you will see that they did make bolts for specific cockers. they also made them for the synergy and system x cockers specifically.
a bolt specifically for the freeflow lotus.
copied from their site:
"WGP FREE FLOW AUTOCOCKER "LOW BLOW" DELRIN BOLT
Made specifically for the FREE FLOW using a vertical bolt pin, "P" block design. Weighs only 33 grams.
obviously this isnt the bolt that was pictured by op do to different shaft. but just know that they do make very specific designs.
i could see it being a spyder bolt but i dont know of a timmy that doesnt use nubbin detents and it would seem illogical to me to make a cut for detents like that if it were for a timmy. it also wont let me blow up any of the timmy bolts to see the detent slots but it is definately not a timmy bolt that they show on their website. looking at the spacing from the front to the hole above the valve it looks more like a spyder. the cocker is much shorter looking.