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Old 01-05-2004, 09:16 PM #1
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Installing New Parts ?

Just a ? about installing some parts.

1- 90* barb on E-blade noid just rescrew it in or put teflon tape or
loctite or some other type of thread sealant on it.

2- Same thing with qev's on new ram.

3- Where the ram screws into the front block would it be ok to put
some loctite on these threads
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Old 01-06-2004, 08:27 AM #2
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I want to yes to all 3. The only one I'm not truely sure on is #1. If anything, I'd use loctite, not teflon tape though.
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Teflon tape is evil, I've had so many guns come in with extra tape gumming up the works. Use BLUE loctite.
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QEVs don't need it usually. Unless you cheaped out and got so no name brand, QEVs come with a black rubber gasket.

I think the barbs may also, if not, I doubt they'd need it, maybe just a little dab, then dry is off on a rag.

And for your last one, It's fine, just don't use too much or anything over blue, no point unless you want it not to wiggle. I like my ram with a little freedom.
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