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    Posted: 04 May 2006 at 2:27am
i got a stock feedneck on my Tac One and i cant fit my egg2 in it, is there somethign i can do to get it in there? and if not what is a decent feedneck i shoudl invest in, has to be angel threaded
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sand down the feed neck on the egg 2.
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Originally posted by maddog312us maddog312us wrote:

sand down the feed neck on the egg 2.
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Originally posted by Snake6 Snake6 wrote:

Originally posted by maddog312us maddog312us wrote:

sand down the feed neck on the egg 2.

alright will a high grian Sandpaper 1st and then a low grain im guessing?

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Yeah, you can smooth it out afterwards with a higher grain if you want, just go real slow to make sure you don't take too much off.
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Originally posted by warhead warhead wrote:

Originally posted by Snake6 Snake6 wrote:

Originally posted by maddog312us maddog312us wrote:

sand down the feed neck on the egg 2.


alright will a high grian Sandpaper 1st and then a low grain im guessing?



Start with something like 60 grit, and end up with like 220.
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And while you are at it, you will probably also want to take a hacksaw to the feedneck to shorten it a bit.  The feednecks on eggos are very tall.
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Dont do all that sanding, sheesh. Just get a clamping feed neck like the CP low rise.

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ccm makes good feednecks too
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