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Thread: URGENT! FX Cocker Pump Body Kit

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    Really looking fwd to what ano you went with! Did you send it to caustic again?
    Quote Originally Posted by Crbauhs View Post
    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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    i'm glad they came through

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    Quote Originally Posted by evil_racecocker View Post
    How about where the front block threads on? More material for O-Ring to seal?
    I knew I forgot something... I sent an email to the anodizer to check it before he does anything. I'll let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evil_racecocker View Post
    How about where the front block threads on? More material for O-Ring to seal?
    Yes, there will be no issues with the o-ring.

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    Tracy,
    Caustic sent me this picture today... No issues with the o-rings. That's good news.

    But... He is having trouble getting the banjo screwed in all the way. Any suggestions?


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    Grind/sand (shorten) the banjo end down a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anaml View Post
    Grind/sand (shorten) the banjo end down a bit.
    that's not a very good solution to another possible problem..

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    Not the best option, but still an option.

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    Sure, until u dont grind it perfectly strait and end up cross threading the body ...

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