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    Posted: 14 February 2006 at 9:23am
 This topic is intended to list specifications of the miscellaneous hardware on Tippmann products. This will include all bolts and other hardware, air fittings, and o-ring sizes.

 A note about O-Rings. O-ring sizes are expressed in whats called "dash numbers". If you look at a list of o-rings from a supplier, they will be listed with -XXX suffixes. This is an industry standard, and one -15 ring from one supplier will have the same dimensions as a -15 from another supplier.

 Stock Tippmann parts are commonly black oxide finish, but if youre ordering replacement hardware, why not go Stainless Steel?

 Good places to order parts from are http://www.mcmaster.com, http://www1.mscdirect.com

 You can get a basic replacement bolt or screw from any decent hardware store, you just might have trouble finding one that fits inside the countersink hole on most Tippmanns. But if you just need a bolt to get you through a game, they will work.


Pro-Lite

Barrel pinch bolt - 1/4-20 thd, 5/8" length
Elbow pinch bolt - 1/4-20 thd, 1" length
Gripframe mount bolts - 10-32 thd, 3/8" length
Gripframe half bolt (top) - 10-32 thd, 7/8" length
Gripframe half bolt (bottom) - 10-32 thd, 1 1/4" length
Velocity adjustment bolt - 1/4-28 thd, 3/4" length set screw
Gripframe mount sleeves - 10-32 thd internal, 5/8" length, 1/4" diameter

Pro-Carbine (Many of these are applicable to 68-Carbine as well)

Barrel pinch bolt - 1/4-20 thd, 5/8" length
Elbow pinch bolt - 1/4-20 thd, 1" length
Gripframe mount bolts - 10-32 thd, 3/8" length
Grip panel bolts - 6-32 thd, 3/8" length
Bottomline mount bolts - 10-32 thd, 1" length
Velocity adjustment bolt - 1/4-20 thd, 7/8" length

98 Custom

Elbow pinch bolt - 1/4-20 thd, 1" length
Elbow latch bolts (Holding the part that catches the front sight) - 6-32 thd, 1/4" length
Main half bolts - 10-32 thd, 5/8" length
Foregrip half bolt - 10-32 thd, 1 1/8" length
Grip panel bolts - 6-32 thd, 3/8" length
Bottomline mount bolts - 10-32 thd, 1" length
Valve bolts - 10-32 thd, 1/4" length
Velocity adjustment bolt - 1/4-28 thd, 3/8" length set screw

Rear bolt O-Ring:   -19 size
Front bolt O-Ring:   -15 size
Valve body O-Ring: -19 size
Inside valve O-Rings (2x): -12 size


 C-3

All major half bolts - 10-32 thd, 5/8" length
Front sight pinch bolt - 10-32 thd, 1" length
Grip panel bolts - 6-32 thd, 3/8" length
Regulator bolts - 10-32 thd, 1" length
Bottomline bolts - 10-32 thd, 1" length

Extra notes:
C-3 Rear sight piece, stock grip panels, and trigger guard are identical to these 98 Custom parts. The C-3 also has a single push pin identical to that of an A-5 for the reciever to pump guide rod mount.

Also the gas transfer tubing on the right side of the reciever uses Clippard part number UT0-2 swivel fittings.


 X-7

 Main half bolts: 4x 10-32 thd, 5/8" length, 2x 10-32 thd, 7/8" length
 Cyclone mounting bolt: 1/4-20 thd, 7/8" length
 Bottomline bolt: 10-32 thd, 1 1/8" length
 Foregrip side rail bolts: 6-32 thd, 1/4" length
 Front sight bolt: 10-32 thd, 7/8" length
 Rear sight bolts: 10-32 thd, 1" length

 Rear bolt O-Ring:   -19 size
 Front bolt O-Ring:   -15 size
 Valve body O-Ring: -19 size
 Inside valve O-Ring (Behind the valve seat): -12 size
 Valve tombstone O-Ring: -111 size
 End cap O-Ring:   -117 size

 Extra notes: Uses push-pins the same as the A-5.
                    Trigger guard is the same as the A-5.


 98 Custom Platinum

Elbow pinch bolt - 1/4-20 thd, 1" length
Elbow latch bolts (Holding the part that catches the front sight) - 6-32 thd, 1/4" length
 Main half bolts - 6x 10-32 thd, 5/8" length
 Foregrip half bolt - 10-32 thd, 1 1/8" length
 Grip screws - 4x 6-32 thd, 1/4" length
Velocity adjustment bolt - 1/4-28 thd, 3/8" length set screw
Weaver rail bolts - 3x 6-32 thd, 3/8" length

 Rear bolt O-Ring:   -19 size
 Front bolt O-Ring:   -15 size
 Valve body O-Ring: -19 size
 Valve internal O-Rings: 2x -12 size
 Large O-Ring set into the right gun half, seals the cyclone/RT air tap:  -116 size

 Extra notes: Uses no valve bolts like the original 98.
        The gas line to the valve is a special fitting, using a left-hand threaded square nut inside the gun halves. Doubtful you could find this at a hardware store.


TPX Pistol

Half bolts: All 10-32 threaded, 4x 5/8 length, 2x 1/2 length, 1x 1 inch length.
Trigger valve bolts: 2x 6-32 threaded, 1/4 length

Bolt buffer o-ring: -118 size
Main valve end cap, large o-ring: -19 size
Main valve end cap, small o-ring: -12 size
Main valve core, large o-ring: -12 size
Main valve core, small o-rings: -10 size
Trigger valve internal o-ring: -3 size
Puncture valve internal o-ring: -12 size
Bolt tip o-ring: -15 size
Inside breech o-ring: -19 size

X7 Phenom

Reciever bolts: 5x 10-32 thd 11/16" length
Sight bolts: 2x 10-32 thd 1" length
Cyclone bolt: 1x 1/4-20 thd 7/8 length

Bolt tip o-ring: -15 size
Velocity adjuster o-ring: -17 size
Regulator piston o-ring: -16 size
Regulator sleeve o-ring: -19 size

Valve spool o-rings: 3x -11 size
Firing spool o-rings: 2x -08 size, 1x 1.78mm x 6.75mm

Trigger valve o-rings: 2x -03 size

Powertube o-ring: -18 size

Notes:

Cyclone air line is standard, with 1 Clippard UT0-2 fitting, and one non-standard fitting.
Gas line is internal, no standard replacable components.
Uses 3x long and 2x short standard A5 and X7 push pins.
Sights are Project Salvo identical.
Trigger guard is A5 identical.




Other

The RT kits and the A-5 Cyclone air fittings are stock parts from Clippard.
Swivel fittings: Clippard part number UT0-2
Flow control for RT: Clippard part number MFC-3AK1
Hose: Clippard part number URH1-0402-BKS-050 (Commonly called Cocker LP hose, works for that too. 50 feet is the smallest amount you can buy direct, so check local shops first.)
Tank O-Rings are the same size as Tippmann front bolt O-Rings, -15 size.



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Feel free to contribute measurements and observations of your own on guns that I havent covered here. Ive tried to limit myself to only facts about parts of guns that I personally own.

If Ive made a mistake anywhere in the list, just post here and Ill fix it up.
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Enos, you have way to much time one your hands. Why dont you sticky this?

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The links to clippard don't work.
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do u know the # for a cylinder hose for a A-5
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can the Clippard links get fixed to anyone who knows those....

Nedd specifics and where to buy the adapter kits to run both a R/T and Cyclone Feed System

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if anyone knows the sizes and specs on the o-rings that would help me out.  i have a place to buy rings in bulk pretty cheap, but the guy needs to know the size, thickness, and hardness of each ring.
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Originally posted by BigRob BigRob wrote:

if anyone knows the sizes and specs on the o-rings that would help me out.  i have a place to buy rings in bulk pretty cheap, but the guy needs to know the size, thickness, and hardness of each ring.

I'll ask Enos for you, he most likely knows.
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that would be appreciated.  ive got 2 98c's and a few of the guys i play with shoot 98's.  im sure all of us would appreciate the info so we could get the O rings to complete our toolboxes. 

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98 Custom - CP 12" barrel - Delrin Starfire bolt - Double Trig. - Drop Forward - Rocket Cock II - FieldStrip Thumbscrew Kit - Red Dot Elec. Pistol Scope - Butt Plate & combat strap w/ rear swivel
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Does anybody know if the drive spring from the A5 or model 98 is the same size as the carbine?
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Yes, the A-5, 98, and Carbine Series all use the same size main drive spring.
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any word on the o-ring specs?
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Originally posted by BigRob BigRob wrote:

any word on the o-ring specs?

 

Sure would love to have O rings specs to put a bunch of spares in the tool kit.

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yeah i got a guy that sells o-rings 100 for $4.  if i can get the specs i can put together one hell of an o-ring kit, and the guy said if i get him the specs he will sell em on ebay a 100 piece mix n match set for the 98 custom for $5.  sure beats paying 6 bux for 1 set of orings.
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Heres a good link to clippard. com

http://www.clippard.com/

just tell it where you live then it will send you to the proper place.

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Enos, thanks for the bolts specs!!!  It will be great to have a stash of replacement blots, and http://www.mcmaster.com/ is AWESOME!  Is there any possiblity of getting the specs on all the Tippmann pins and springs (especially that evil Blue Sear Spring on the new ACT's... why did they change the trigger mechanism???)

Also, I've looked and looked and I can't find any info anywhere on the little rubber piece inside the CO2 Tank Brass Pin Valve.  You know, the one that always cracks and then your tank won't stop leaking.  If I could just get my hands on a bunch of those I wouldn't need to spend $6.50 every time a tank gets a leak.  I tried to look it up on mcmaster, but I don't have any idea what the thing is even called.

Anyway, thanks for this Thread and all the info.

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Added X7 bolt specs.

Ill look into getting O-Ring dash sizes up here. I can get most of the easy ones, Im not to keen about cracking my valves open to get the dash numbers for the valve o-rings though.

Im not sure what you mean by the rubber tank thing either, the tank o-ring? Or the burst disc?


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Any luck with those O-ring sizes for Custom Pro's?
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Does anybody know if your able to get the replacement parts for a Tippmann Model 98's main body covering (Like the two metal parts that hold the guts together).  anything about it would be great. thanks
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