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Advice Tx200hc Underleaver Freeplay

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by BikeMad97, Nov 19, 2020.

  1. BikeMad97

    BikeMad97 That mad biker that knows nothing

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    Hyia been using my TX for about a week now and loving it.
    I’ve noticed from day one that the underleaver wobbles from side
    To side. Not a massive Issue when I’m using it. I’m just curious to know if it was manufactured that way or if a few bolts need tightening ?

    Lev has helped me out by posting this video I sent him on his YouTube. didn’t know you couldn’t post videos directly on to the forum.
     
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  2. Lev Levvin

    Lev Levvin Beast of Bodmin !!

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    No worries buddy

    there’s a few springer / TX experts in here should be able to advise if it’s the norm or not.

    cracking nice looking gun btw
     
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  3. Martyn.h

    Martyn.h Well-Known Member

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    Had exactly the same with mine, the lever would also go to the side of the retaining catch sometimes, fixed it by fitting some 10mm x 5mm hole x 0.1 or 0.2mm shims to pivot point either side of arm.
     
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  4. Nords

    Nords Thermal Fiend

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    Just tried my 0.177” HC and 0.22” full length and neither does that. Both are tight with no wobble....
     
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  5. BikeMad97

    BikeMad97 That mad biker that knows nothing

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    Found out the issue after some tinkering.
    Turns out it was a pin that had come loose, and pulled out causing the leaver to shake.

    gently tapped it back in and the underleaver is more firm now.
     

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  6. Desmond.22

    Desmond.22 'All round good egg'

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    Nice one mate
     
  7. Paul_T

    Paul_T Busy Member

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    Cheers mate:thumb:

    Ive just checked my .22HC and noticed exactly the same thing.
    Just drifted the pin in a little and it’s much less wobbly, never noticed it before.
     
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  8. TORNADOS7

    TORNADOS7 Top Poster

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    Yeah, they do that... ;):up:
     
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  9. BikeMad97

    BikeMad97 That mad biker that knows nothing

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    really happy i could help you buddy!
     
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  10. mikeyhall1

    mikeyhall1 BRIT SEALS - M & M Products - TbT

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    I was just about to say check the pin!

    Glad you’re sorted mate
     
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  11. BallisticBill

    BallisticBill Looking outside the box

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    The loose pin seems to be fairly common. The pin kept moving on my Mk3 but a drop of blue Loctite stopped it.
     
  12. BikeMad97

    BikeMad97 That mad biker that knows nothing

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    thanks buddy, appreciate the thought
     
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  13. pjgtech

    pjgtech Where we're going....we don't need roads...

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    Result... :up:
     

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