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Old 12-10-2012, 07:57 PM #22
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Did you pull the wire harness down out of the way of the button? And did you get and install the trigger bracket yet?
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Old 12-10-2012, 08:17 PM #23
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The front of the trigger guard does look a little short, now that I compare it pictures online. I think the front is sunk in too far. Can you pull it out just a hair without damaging it?
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Old 12-11-2012, 01:32 AM #24
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Did you pull the wire harness down out of the way of the button? And did you get and install the trigger bracket yet?
wire harness is not in the way. the trigger bracket went on another gun im selling locally so gotta get another one
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Old 12-11-2012, 02:19 AM #25
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The front of the trigger guard does look a little short, now that I compare it pictures online. I think the front is sunk in too far. Can you pull it out just a hair without damaging it?
nah its jb welded in. ive found that i can move the trigger fine until i put the screw/pin in for it. then it really tightens down and i cant touch it
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Old 12-11-2012, 07:34 AM #26
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nah its jb welded in. ive found that i can move the trigger fine until i put the screw/pin in for it. then it really tightens down and i cant touch it
Maybe you tightened the trigger pin too much. The threads could be binding on the bearings.
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Old 12-11-2012, 07:40 AM #27
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nah its jb welded in. ive found that i can move the trigger fine until i put the screw/pin in for it. then it really tightens down and i cant touch it
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Maybe you tightened the trigger pin too much. The threads could be binding on the bearings.
That sounds like the case. You cannot over tighten the trigger pin, as it will not allow the trigger to rotate freely whenever overtightened.
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Old 12-11-2012, 02:58 PM #28
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That sounds like the case. You cannot over tighten the trigger pin, as it will not allow the trigger to rotate freely whenever overtightened.
the trigger can somewhat move around freely when i dont put the pin in (still hits the trigger guard a little) but when i put the pin in and dont even tighten it, the trigger locks up. im pretty sure the problem is the frame
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Old 12-12-2012, 10:16 PM #29
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im not tightening the trigger screw at all so the pin isnt the problem
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Maybe test out a different trigger. You might have something stuck in the frame that shouldn't be there.
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Old 12-18-2012, 12:05 AM #31
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the power button is also very tight on this frame. theres great resistance when im installing the power on/off button. also the body doesnt have serial numbers on the underside, im guessing it was powder coated? something heavy that is making all these pieces fit too snug?
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Old 12-19-2012, 02:59 AM #32
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i tried the stock nxt trigger and it fits and moves around fine. im not sure what it is but the RL trigger will not budge once its fit in. guess ill have to keep it the stock trigger. im gonna try sanding the power button/frame tmrw to see if it fits better
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Before you sand the power button, did you try the trigger without the button in place?
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Old 12-19-2012, 10:22 PM #34
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Before you sand the power button, did you try the trigger without the button in place?
not sure i understand the question. the trigger is fine now that im using the stock one. the power button fitting too snug is now the issue lol
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:36 PM #35
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This happened to me when the connector from lower board to upper got stuck between the power button and the board, make sure it is not.
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Old 12-21-2012, 01:55 AM #36
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This happened to me when the connector from lower board to upper got stuck between the power button and the board, make sure it is not.
it's not. im firmly convinced the frame itself is the reason. i got the power button in (snug) and went ahead and assembled the gun. it turns on, but the button itself is still pretty recessed into the frame. i can easily change modes and do everything like i normally would, but the button is not popping out like it should. no big deal i guess now the gun's complete but it's still keeping me awake at night lol
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You think the power button is rubbing on the upper board when the frame is tightened down? Does it move freely with the frame off? I had one once that had that same problem, I had to sand the top of the power button down ever so much.
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it's not. im firmly convinced the frame itself is the reason. i got the power button in (snug) and went ahead and assembled the gun. it turns on, but the button itself is still pretty recessed into the frame. i can easily change modes and do everything like i normally would, but the button is not popping out like it should. no big deal i guess now the gun's complete but it's still keeping me awake at night lol
How is the power button when the frame is off the gun? Still have issues or does it work normal? One time my solenoid wasnt quite tightened all the way to the manifold and it made it like how your describing, if you havent checked that it could be a possibility.
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You think the power button is rubbing on the upper board when the frame is tightened down? Does it move freely with the frame off? I had one once that had that same problem, I had to sand the top of the power button down ever so much.
ive tried to install the power button on the frame by itself, no noid/upperboard none of that and it's still too tight. i guess ima have to sand the button and frame just a tad
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heres the build so far. the only issues with it im having are still the power button, the gauge is crooked lol. not a big deal it does what it needs to. just need to air it up!
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Old 12-28-2012, 02:35 AM #41
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Got the power button issue and trigger issue fixed! The power button issue I sanded the button itself a little bit and where it was contacting the frame. The hole the button pokes out of was too tight as well.

As for the trigger I sanded it ever so slightly on contact surfaces as well and now it's a nice short pull to activate the board!


Thx for all the help! If anyone has other RL parts let me know! I got some destroys grips on the way just need a RL board
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