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Old 08-21-2012, 05:02 PM #1
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Random Clippard Rams, Solenoid and....LPR?

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I just bought a lot of "paintball parts" off ebay, and these made up the majority of the parts. Obviously not autococker rams, lol.

There are mostly some small one way, spring return rams, and one monster 2 way ram.

Also, an interesting looking clippard solenoid.

Also, a brass lpr of industrial design?

And finally, a MAC solenoid that looks like it goes to an intimidator, but is not a timmy noid.

I figured these might be for some sort of custom work, so this would be the place to ask what these are used for.


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Old 08-27-2012, 03:32 PM #2
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interesting little group of parts you got, heh.

Personally have never seen any Clippard Minimatic rams like these used in an autococker application. Palmers used to use SMC and Humphries rams for their Typhoon builds similar to these (but in the 2 way configuration) ...I doubt any of these would work for that application though. Also that little brass elbow in the first pic looks like one of the old Clippard design QEV's for their rams as well, not sure if they are rebuildable or not as I have never tried to take one apart, but generally all QEV's can be taken apart and the diaphragms replaced.

the Clippard noid looks very similar to the one that PMS used for their first e-cocker kits back in the day, but I doubt that it's the same model, I would have to look up the part numbers to be sure.

what looks like the 'industrial LPR' ( to me looks more like a flow control mini-ram so that you can adjust how much air goes to the ram via the twist knob on top.

The Mac noid looks more like the ones used on the Viking/Excal platform, they were flat square bodies like that but required an adapter manifold.

hope that helps a bit,
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Old 08-31-2012, 05:34 PM #3
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Clippard noid looks neat I have a clippard cs-2573 evb noid top is almost identical but the lower half screwed into my frame and aired through frame lpr in frame

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Not exactly sure but you could probably use the monster ram for an ebolt project or turning your spyder into a spimmy.
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Old 11-03-2013, 05:33 PM #5
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Mac Noid still up for grabs?
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