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    Posted: 22 August 2007 at 9:58pm
yea, i had my friends 98c apart to polish the internals and it DOES have two pins, one on top and one on bottom of the linkage arm, and NO its not an ACT
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^^^^ yea seriously my manual wasnt updated either
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For some reason Tippmann Sports has been real D-bags lately, they havent been updating their manuals to show new changes.
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^^^ oh ok cool thanx i guess it is a newer version
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Originally posted by jesseat956 jesseat956 wrote:

ok yea but its not it has the pins in the same place where the linkage arm is but the arm isnt bent like the a.c.t 1, heres the a.c.t the pins are in the same place

http://www.tippmann.com/product_guide/actTechnology.aspx


You must have a newer version of the 98c without act, this will still have the pins, but without the act springs/linkage arm.

I do believe.
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Originally posted by Bruce A. Frank Bruce A. Frank wrote:

OK, it appears that those pins provide the sliding contact points of the linkage rod. Watching the function animation, I would guess without them there that the linkage may not function after a while.

Easy to get replacements. Drill bits were suggested. TippmannParts, and I have bought slightly oversize pins from McMaster Carr to make a tighter fit on the trigger pivot.



Dude thanx man i thought the gun wasnt gonna work normally again or sumthing because it was missing them
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OK, it appears that those pins provide the sliding contact points of the linkage rod. Watching the function animation, I would guess without them there that the linkage may not function after a while.

Easy to get replacements. Drill bits were suggested. TippmannParts, and I have bought slightly oversize pins from McMaster Carr to make a tighter fit on the trigger pivot.

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ok yea but its not it has the pins in the same place where the linkage arm is but the arm isnt bent like the a.c.t 1, heres the a.c.t the pins are in the same place

http://www.tippmann.com/product_guide/actTechnology.aspx
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote uno187 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 August 2007 at 10:55pm
Got it you must have the ACT model which has a guide pin.

Don't see a diagram though.

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ok thanx 
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It's cool.  I can't seem to find a pic with pins located on top by the linkage arm. Sorry. If I find something I'll post it.
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oh no its ok but i couldnt find a pic of my model so i just used that as a referance sry my fault 
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Sorry but that is the blown up pic of the same model gun in your pic above.  Just trying to help> I'll look for newer pic.
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Originally posted by uno187 uno187 wrote:

This is quite blown up but it shows you there are no pins on the top of the by the linkage arm.

http://www.tippmannparts.com/downloadFiles/98customdiagram2. jpg


ummm that model is diffrent, the sear is diffrent in my gun but there are pins that belong there, it is a 98 custom but i guess its diffrent cuz i just bought it a while back like 5-6 months ill try to put pics if i get my cuzs camera.

i dont know if u can see them here because the pic is too small




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Are you talking about the 6 pins for the trigger and sear and spring?
All the 1's on the diagram. Those are definitely needed. If you lost them you can make you own from drill bit shafts.  Or order a parts kit from

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This is quite blown up but it shows you there are no pins on the top of the by the linkage arm.

http://www.tippmannparts.com/downloadFiles/98customdiagram2. jpg
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yea there there if u open the gun u can see the slots where they go, i put them in a paper for safe keeping while i cleaned my gun but my cuzen through them away by accident along w/ the ball latch but i had an extra latch so that dont matter but i was worried maybe the pins were used for something


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There are pins there? I've never seen a pin at the top by the linkage arm.

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Any 1 know if these pins that are around the linkage arm neccesary??? cuz they kinda fell out and i lost them

This isnt the same as my gun, the sear on mine is diffrent so yea





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