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    Posted: 09 February 2005 at 10:33pm

is there anything i can do if i'm missing the front elbow pin?

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Find, make, or buy a pin and epoxy it in. Your other option is to buy a new elbow.
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http://www.tippmann.com/support/model98parts.asp

The diagram clearly states that they are seperate parts, and can be removed, so I would assume that you could just buy the pin from tippmann.

I could not find the ID on the list of parts...  Nothing really fits the description, but give em a call and ask--they might send it for free
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call Tippmann, and ask for part #98-04A. its only $1.50 for two. but if the plastic around it is broken, you can get a new complete feed elbow, part #98-E for $10.
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I suggest when you put the new pins in, put a little drop of crazy glue in the pin hole so the problem does not persist.
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I replaced mine with pins I bought at ACE hardware when they fell out.  They did require cutting to length.  (Dremel-Yay!)
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