The Important Parts Dimensions Thread

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The Important Parts Dimensions Thread

Postby HBWW » Thu Mar 29, 2012 10:21 am

This thread will list important dimensions of common parts, such as SC O-rings or Max-D springs. I don't have a whole lot yet though, just the SC O-ring dimensions.

SC O-ring: 9/16 ID, 3/4" OD
CPS 2500 nozzle o-ring: 7/16" ID, 21/32" OD
O-ring for sch. 40 2" PVC pump/piston: ? ID, ? OD, Attached to 1 1/4" PVC.


:: Max-D springs ::
Flash Flood Top:
Flash Flood Bottom:

:: WW springs ::

:: CPS Bladders ::
CPS 2000 LRT Equivalent:


If you have dimensions to post, place them in and I'll edit them to this post.

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Re: The Important Parts Dimensions Thread

Postby SEAL » Tue Sep 18, 2012 6:43 pm

XP 75 reservoir O-ring:
OD: 1 1/8"
ID: 7/8"
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Re: The Important Parts Dimensions Thread

Postby marauder » Fri Jul 12, 2013 3:01 pm

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Screws 24 #1 phillips head all 9mm in length
Tubing: 4 ft long outside blaster + 5" inside, 1/2"D OD x 3/8" ID
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Re: The Important Parts Dimensions Thread

Postby soakinader » Sat Jul 13, 2013 1:07 am

I have a Flash Flood open right now; so what, do you need the gauge, length, turns?
Also, I question what you would consider "important" for parts. Are we looking for a compendium of screws, springs and o rings? Or is there more to it?
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Re: The Important Parts Dimensions Thread

Postby HBWW » Sun Jul 14, 2013 4:33 pm

It's generally for any part that's critical to the functionality of the blaster, especially those that have no easy, viable substitutions. (For example, rubber bands break more easily than good springs, so said springs would be much more beneficial.) Screws are lower on the list, but worth including. All parts should be parts that you can buy somewhere, not stuff like reservoir dimensions which are useless unless being used for 3D fabrication.

That said, I suppose I will leave it to those posting to decide what they consider is important.

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Re: The Important Parts Dimensions Thread

Postby soakinader » Thu Aug 08, 2013 6:31 pm

Springs for CPS nozzle selectors (From my 2500)
5/16 width (up to 3/8)
15/16 length
1/32 gauge
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Re: The Important Parts Dimensions Thread

Postby marauder » Fri Feb 07, 2014 4:08 pm

I'm requesting the dimensions to the check valves of any medium/light primary. I want to see what size I should order, going to stock up on some parts for a project.
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Re: The Important Parts Dimensions Thread

Postby marauder » Wed Jun 03, 2015 12:04 pm

All of the screws on the Colossus 2, aside from the ones used to hold the nozzle selector in place, are #4-40 x 1/2 in. You can get this at Lowes in Zinc as machine screws with matching nuts by Hillman as part# 491275. It's exactly the same. I always recommend changing out your screws after you've opened your gun up a few times, usually they start getting stripped otherwise.
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