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    Posted: 23 August 2005 at 4:46pm

ok, so, i got a drop foward and a macroline kit. i want to put in the macroline but i can't, becuase the steel braided line won't come out of where it is attached to the gun.

 

so far i can get it to turn alot, but it doesn't seem like it is coming out any more. any suggestions? 

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Seems like there should be a hex head at the top of that steal braided hose. I have no idea what to do, did you try to turn it from inside?
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It should come right out, I had no such problems when I took the line off.  Perhpas pull down harder when you unsrew it?
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from the inside?? can you even do that...

i'll try 

 

 

Edit, still didn't work. anyone have any more idea? i am unscrewing it, but it isn't spinning out, or in, it is jsut spinning. maybe i stripped it? i dunno



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holy.....

did you rip the whole thing out?!

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lol, no

i took the asa adapter out of the tombstone adapter. and now the steel braided line won't come out. i think it might be a result of having an older A-5, i know the newed ones have a hex nut thingy, so it is easier to take the hose off.

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ohh a5 sorry
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its an a-5. Those 2 parts do not seperate. They are bonded together. You will need to purchase a new ASA adaptor.

Only on REALLY old A-5's are they seperate pieces. and by old I mean very first batch produced.
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o, where can i get thsoe parts?
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ok good, i could always just get a gas through grip, that would work the same...
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http://www.paintballwizard.com/cgi-bin/VirtualCatalog3/Catal ogMgr.pl?cartID=b-5861&SearchField=partnumber&Search For=MALEPLUG&template=Htx/sample2.htx

 

wait, is this the same as the palmers peruit one? you have to reaad the description.

 

EDIT: woops, srry for the double post



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Thats retarded, you have to buy a new adapter....pffff.
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3$ adapter here




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Originally posted by The Guy The Guy wrote:

its an a-5. Those 2 parts do not seperate. They are bonded together. You will need to purchase a new ASA adaptor.

Only on REALLY old A-5's are they seperate pieces. and by old I mean very first batch produced.

why didn't i know about this how many a5 have there been

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Originally posted by RedLion56 RedLion56 wrote:

Why didn't i know about this how many a5 have there been



I dont know when they changed over, but my A5 was #77 off the line, and it had real hose fittings. It also had steel trigger assembly plates, as opposed to the plastic ones they ship with now.
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