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    Posted: 21 June 2007 at 7:37pm

hey gang, I just installed my response trigger, wasnt too bad but I have two super small pins that I cant see where they go. I took a pic of everything before i took it apart but the pins are so small i cant figure out where they go. Per the instructions it doesnt account for them but i know they came out of the gun.

 

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ok gang. got it all put together (cyclone feed/response trigger kit) and it all works great. still not sure where the two pins go but read through instructions again and it still doesnt account for thre small pins.
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Do you have these pins in?

http://www.packrat-toyz.com/images/Tippmann/98%20Response.jp g 



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yes, those i have in. that is also a pic of the act model in the instruction manual. But I put the gun back together and kept the small pins in a bag just in case. thanks for the pic though

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This is a 98 right? If so those pins are guide pins for the front/rear bolt connecting rod. I ran into the same issue when I put mine back together because as you stated the instructions don't cover them. If you look closely at top middle of the gun you'll see these 2 pins go over and under the connecting rod.

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yes, i had my friends 98c apart the other day to polish the internals for him, and i about forgot about those, it will prolly work for a little while without them but i wouldent try it as it seems the keep the rod in line
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