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AA s200 - best place to get a new seal for air reservoir?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Beachcomber, Feb 26, 2014.

  1. Beachcomber

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    I've got the chance to get a n AA S200 at a good price - all it needs is a new seal where the reservoir screws into the gun.

    Are these easy to fit? Does anyone know the best place to get one?

    Many thanks!
     
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    Hi If you are still searching the size you need is 6.5mmX2. I always get mine from a local hydraulic and bearing supplier.
    Simple to fit. It just pushes in.
     
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    Thanks for the help - o ring ordered, all ready to gloat and fawn over my new rifle!
     
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    Thanks for the link - I'll remember that one.
     
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    My post must have been deleted julian bond spares would probly do the seal 30p approx-ish, you have to pay for signed for delivery so buy multiples of the seals for the whole gun and maybe more of the loading bolt oring.
    As far as i know Air Arms use standard size orings?
     
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    Thanks Akita - are all o rings used in an AA S200 nitrile rubber?
     
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    I know this is an old thread but just bought a mk3 s200 and might have same problem so need one of the seals in pic so any advice please folks . the one I removed seems to have been glued in so is this necessary?. many thanks in advance.
     

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    No, pick the old one out, and put the new one in, do the okey Cokey, and your done, little bit of silicon keeps it nice. Rog
     
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    many thanks rog your a gent. is this the 6.5 x 2 size ?
     
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    Sure is cz039 Julian AAOC should be able to sort you out. Rog
     
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    many thanks again rog you,ve been more than helpful and very much appreciated.:thumb:
     

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