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Thread: Park RH93 Strip down with pics

  1. #31
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    measure

    Quote Originally Posted by Shed tuner View Post
    standard wind. Neither piston can rotate, so I guess it doesn't really matter. I'm measure up when I get some time
    hi there, yes have a measure when time the more the better and find a happy medium. im totally guessing but the 177 and 22 springs should be the same so cal and measurements needed

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvd View Post
    Hi,
    I had a pair of spare springs a few years ago made by a chap who used to be on here, I do not recall his full name but I think it was Phil.
    These are the measurements of a standard pair as found on my Park RH93 Cal 0.22.

    Dimensions and weight of the standard springs:

    Short Spring, (pushing front piston rearwards).
    3.9mm wire x 19 coils Weight: 108 grammes.
    Length: 14.8cm Outside Dia:23.3mm. Internal Dia.:15.5mm.

    Long Spring,
    3.3mm wire x 29 coils. Weight:94 grammes.
    Length: 16.3cm Outside Dia.:18.3mm. Internal Dia.:11.6mm.
    hi, thanks for going to the trouble , wonder if different in 177 cal ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gc93 View Post
    hi, thanks for going to the trouble , wonder if different in 177 cal ?
    I think they are the same between cals... the .177 was generally about 10.5 fp
    I'm currently looking for: an old style Parker Hale (not Pax) Pheonix, a .177 mk1 Meteor barrel ( or a whole gun if cheap), and a project Crosman 2200 (or bits). Thanks, JB.

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