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i am tryin to think if i should buy a spudnukl bolt for my spyder imagine if anyone has tryed it out or knows if there good or not please reply or email at [email protected] thanks

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spyder imagine
14in razzor barrel
flame drop
empire reloader
48ci 3000psi nitro
 

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I hear it is very good. However I don't have any experiance with them. They are almost as good as AKA lightning's in flow but 2/3rd the cost.
 

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Go for the APM Tigershark bolt, Go to apmproducts.com
 

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Here's a hint: they're Ebay feedback is horrible as of late. I don't truss em and am in the process of removing my venturi (held on by satanic forces) and polishing my bolt.
 

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The bolt is very good, and the company is in the process of getting back on track. I dont know what exactly happened, but there was a reason that they were slow on production. If you look at the website www.spudnukl.com then I am pretty sure they had an announcement about it. IF you can, get this bolt. I LOVE mine.

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Here's a hint: they're Ebay feedback is horrible as of late. I don't truss em and am in the process of removing my venturi (held on by satanic forces) and polishing my bolt.
Have you tried heating the bolt up a bit at the spot where the threads are? I took one of my torch lighters to it for a couple secs and it came out easy after that. Just dont hold the bolt with your bare hands since the aluminum does conduct heat, and also the bolt will look a little black but that is just soot from the lighter and will wipe off.
 

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The Spudnukl bolt is okay, not great. The two I have were left with a sharp ridge at the front-outer edge of the bolt face. The link pin is nothing more than a dowel pin, so you may get some slop due to the taper usually found at the ends of dowel pins. The o-rings were too small for the grooves cut for them.
 

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Destructo6 said:
The Spudnukl bolt is okay, not great. The two I have were left with a sharp ridge at the front-outer edge of the bolt face. The link pin is nothing more than a dowel pin, so you may get some slop due to the taper usually found at the ends of dowel pins. The o-rings were too small for the grooves cut for them.
When did you buy yours? The one I got in december had none of these problems. And even if the o-rings were to small, that shouldnt really affect anything.
 

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sick_dawg5440 said:
Have you tried heating the bolt up a bit at the spot where the threads are? I took one of my torch lighters to it for a couple secs and it came out easy after that. Just dont hold the bolt with your bare hands since the aluminum does conduct heat, and also the bolt will look a little black but that is just soot from the lighter and will wipe off.
I burned it all to hell, tried boiling, saturating it with WD40, etc etc. I went and got some thin pliers from Harbor Freight Tools and the venturi twisted right out!!!!!
 
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