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Its possible to fix the pump cup of a Crosman 140/1400?

July 17 2009 at 10:21 AM
Daniel Mijangos  (Login 375RoundBall)
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I just get a nice crosman 140. I just finished resealing it but the pump cup is very hard, feel more than plastic than rubber. It pumps the first or second time, but at the third It starts to fail.

Its posible to get a new rubber cup and change it or I need to change the complete part?

Thanks

Daniel.

 
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james perotti
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Hi Daniel, yes the pump cup can be replaced, but requiers some special tooling,

July 17 2009, 10:48 AM 

I would send it to someone with experience in replacing these. I changed one out myself, and got it on right, but the gun did not pump right afterwards, the rubber piston was dragging badly for some reason. hth.


    
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Daniel Mijangos
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Do you know someone that makes this change of seals?

July 17 2009, 11:08 AM 


 
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james perotti
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Tim, at Mac-1 airguns. n/t

July 17 2009, 11:36 AM 

n/t

 
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Garrett in STL
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You can send it to Alan at AB Airguns in KS, or if a buddy has a small press

July 17 2009, 3:53 PM 

do it yourself with the instructions on his website.


 
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Bill S.
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I've done a bunch of those

July 17 2009, 8:30 PM 

If you've got the piston out, take a razor knife (box cutter) with a fresh blade and carefully cut away the old seal. It's held on by being sandwiched between the back of the piston and the brass retaining bushing. Carefully cut away the material that's sandwiched in there - your goal is to get a thin, flat blade screwdriver in there. If you do, use some leverage and get the space just a bit wider in order to insert this tool that you will make from a washer:
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When you get that washer on there, you can open a vise so the pump rod clears the jaws and the washer supports the piece. Then, tap the top of the pump rod and the brass retaining bushing will back off. Install the new cup and tap the retaining bushing back on.

"but I'll be needin' that gun, fer squirrels and such."


    
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Daniel Mijangos
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I tried but I failed...

July 20 2009, 8:29 AM 

Thanks for the tip, but I must have done something wrong, because I couldn´t get the brass part out. I make a lot of pression but it doesn´t move.

Daniel.

 
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