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paintball discounters has both the pro and the normal 98c body receivers...

http://www.paintball-discounters.com/get_list_36 3.htm

That is all of the other parts from factory too.



Edited by thejudge - 09 December 2007 at 11:33pm
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Updated Mar 5 2008 with o-ring sizes, and 98 Custom Platinum details.
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Hope this isn't a stupid question, but is there an o-ring list for the A5?

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I dont have an A5 currently to spec parts from.

I would imagine the X-7 o-rings are the same though. All modern Tippmann's use the same o-rings for the valve/bolts.
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Originally posted by Enos Shenk Enos Shenk wrote:

I dont have an A5 currently to spec parts from.

I would imagine the X-7 o-rings are the same though. All modern Tippmann's use the same o-rings for the valve/bolts.

You're right. Just compared the two. Same O-rings.

 

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The screw in the banjo fitting on my A-5 broke in half while I was tightening it, for some reason there was very little resistance.

Where can I get a replacement? I have only been able to find replacements for the Response trigger T banjo fitting.



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are there any uk websites or sites that ship to the uk that will sell the two metal halves surrounding the model mine is damaged, and i need a replacement
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Nice thread this is just what I needed!Clap
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Does anyone have any info on the thread type for the 98c platinum gas line? I need the asa side. Trying to find an adapter to fit it into the regular 98c thread (female) for a palmer stabilizer.

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Hello all, I have a problem with my tpx.  after a few hours of playing with my gun. we were packing up and I still had some balls and co2 in the tpx. so I was gonna shoot off the remaining gas when the ball chopped. 1st of the whole day... I didn't think anything of it and shot out the rest of the balls through the messy barrel til the gas ran out.  When i got home, took apart the gun to clean it out, I noticed the o-ring for the front bolt was missing.  I looked all around and didn't see it anywhere.  My guess is  that the ring got blown out with that chop or there after...but my main question is what other o-ring can I use for the front bolt. I have another game friday... it's a shame that my local retailer do not know enough to know right off hand. without another o-ring to match, it will be hard for them to match with what they have in there strore. any assistance will be greatly appreciated
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Originally posted by SlamSlayer SlamSlayer wrote:

Does anyone have any info on the thread type for the 98c platinum gas line? I need the asa side. Trying to find an adapter to fit it into the regular 98c thread (female) for a palmer stabilizer.
 
*edit. Your Platinum 90 degree fitting will work.
 
If you don't have it,  you just need an A-5 or X7 90 degree elbow found on any A-5 ASA.
It has the flared seat your looking for, needed for the Stab.
 


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Edited July 14 2009 with TPX pistol bolts and o-ring specs. Bloody hell does that thing have a LOT of o-rings...Sorry I couldnt size the gas line o-rings and the 2 o-rings between the trigger and main valve, theyre ungodly thin and actually not listed in my catalogs.
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I take it the Model 98 parts, are the same as the 98 Custom parts? 
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Originally posted by Troopr Troopr wrote:

I take it the Model 98 parts, are the same as the 98 Custom parts? 
Yes and no. There are some differences. You can always find complete diagrams and part numbers at www.tippmannparts.com.
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Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:

Originally posted by Troopr Troopr wrote:

I take it the Model 98 parts, are the same as the 98 Custom parts? 
Yes and no. There are some differences. You can always find complete diagrams and part numbers at www.tippmannparts.com.
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Outstanding documentation... Thank you!!
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PRO Carbine help please.
Any info on a part number/ID to the velocity adjuster spring on and main drive spring. I'm sure these should be found online rather than ordering direct.
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Look a couple of posts up. www.tippmannparts.com. They have complete manuals and parts for most tippmann markers. Not sure what all they have for the Pro Carbine, but worth checking.
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yeah i was hoping to get a general part id so i can go online and order a lot of 15 or 30 kinda like orings. ordering directly from those paintball places will kill the my bank.
so far i only know is the drive spring length is 4 3/8.

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You really shouldnt have to change the o-rings that often. Nearly every marker I have had for the past several years has most if not all of the original o-rings. Buy one or two full sets and it should last you a lifetime.

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