Tim A. (Login windtek) Crosman Forum Member from IP address 184.108.40.206
Is there anyone near the Ann Arbor MI area that works on old Crosmans my July 1976 1400 seals went. I would really like to get it repaired local if possible so I don't have to mess with shipping. If it isn't to difficult to do myself I would consider that too. Also will I need to replace the valve too? The gun is new in the box it has only had 4 or 5 pellets shot threw it. Thanks Tim A
(Login windtek) Crosman Forum Member 220.127.116.11
June 6 2011, 7:00 PM
Tried that seem to work for a couple shots then started leaking again. I'm gonna try it a couple more times but I am afraid after 30 years of not being used seals have went bad. The gun is brand new it has only had a few pellets ran threw it.
(Login slothart) Crosman Forum Member 18.104.22.168
Brian & Associates
June 6 2011, 7:20 PM
Might check their site to see if they have a kit for the 1400.
Bought a reseal kit for for my father's 1950's Benjamin 310 from them and the kit contained step by step instructions as well as a photocopy of the original owner manual with a complete parts list and the valve tool needed to work on a Benjamin. With the instructions in hand and a couple questions posted here when I hit a snag, it was a pretty easy job.
Sometimes they sell the 140/1400 Seal Kit at A "Buy it Now" Price of about
$35 Unless you can get Precision Pellet Kit for $20 Has all O-Rings ,Plus
the Quad seal,that comes with Blow-off cap! Like Dave sais, these Guns aren't that difficult to work on! For the Transfer Port Seal,use 1/4"O.D. Ice-machine Poly tube,Use Only a few drops of Pellgunoil at joints where Pump arm ,felt wipe(on Piston Rod) & trigger housing & Breech Probe o-ring!