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    Screw Kits and Custom Screw Kits Available...

    Put some basic screw kits for you autococker needs.
    If you dont need a whole kit I can put a just what you need kit together for you.
    Kits are available in Stainless Steel and Black Alloy.
    Price includes shipping

    1. Basic Mech Autococker Kit $13.25 for SS or BA
    2x Timing collar screws
    2x Trigger shoe screws
    2x Long frame screws (for slider or for Eclipse/ANS hinge frames)
    1x Short Frame screw
    4x Grip screws small Dia. (for must aftermarket frames)
    4x Grip screws large Dia. (for WGP and Dye style frames)
    1x Valve retaining set screw
    1x Beavertail screw short
    1x Beavertail screw long (for Belsales/ANS style IVG's)
    1x Beavertail spacer

    NOTE:This kit should work with all common style Mech autocockers made.
    NOTE:This kit does NOT include the following and would have to be ordered seperately.
    1x WGP long hinge frame screw (This is a custom made screw and sold seperate currently only available in SS)
    1x Belsales ball detent retaining screw (This is a custom made screw and sold seperate currently only available in SS)
    1x Belsales ball detent retaining washer (sold with the retaining screw and currently only available in SS)

    2. Basic Eblade Autococker Kit $13.25 for SS or BA
    2x Guide pin retaining screws
    2x Pancake noid retaining screws
    2x Frame screws
    6x Grip screws
    1x Valve retaining set screw
    3x Board retaining screws
    1x Vision eye cover screw
    1x Beavertail screw short
    1x Beavertail screw long (for Belsales/ANS style IVG's)
    1x Beavertail spacer

    NOTE:This kit should work with all common style Eblade autocockers made.
    NOTE:This kit does NOT include the following and would have to be ordered seperately.
    1x Belsales ball detent retaining screw (This is a custom made screw and sold seperate currently only available in SS)
    1x Belsales ball detent retaining washer (sold with the retaining screw and currently only available in SS)

    If you have any questions feel free to ask. Also as I said above I can add to a kit or make you a custom kit of just the screws you need.
    O NOtHING
    Last edited by o_nothing; 06-06-2013 at 07:23 PM.

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    Interested in an eblade and mech screw kit. Please send total with papal info. Thx

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    Pming you about a SS mech kit

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    PMing u for black Eblade cocker screw kit.

    Read ADVMoto cuz' it's bad-ass....

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    Bumping up letting alot of the new ppl these are available

    O NOtHING

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    I have an old nylon tipped set screw on my benchmark, are these brass ones better?

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    IMO I think they are
    They just last forever and just always feel smoother
    Plus their what Belsales uses in their sliders

    O NOtHING

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    I've been thinking of picking up the nylon ones as well. I have brass and feel that they can still be a tad bit sticky. Even after a bit of triflow on the contact points. It's still smooth, but I'm curious if the nylon will be better.
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    She's gonna get a nice cleaning tonight. A little bit of fondling. Maybe some pictures of her in provocative positions (barell condom off oh my!). And man I am already thinking what I wanna do to her...upgrade wise!

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    Its probably not your screws then its probably the springs

    O NOtHING

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    I would like to purchase one of each, please send PP info. Thanks

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