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Old 01-10-2018, 10:54 PM
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Question Bvm retract valve new orings supply?

I need to replace the orings in my BVM Hi-Flow Retract Valve. Where can I find some replacement orings?
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Old 01-11-2018, 05:26 AM
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I would try BVM. If they can't supply them then Mc Master Carr can, provided you know the dimensions and material.

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Old 01-12-2018, 10:19 AM
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Those valves look like they are made by Robart. You might try them.
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Try these guys. The O-Ring Store LLC, We make getting O-Rings easy!

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Originally Posted by Steve Collins View Post
Those valves look like they are made by Robart. You might try them.
They are definitely not made by Robart!!!
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Old 01-19-2018, 07:05 AM
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Originally Posted by jctpro View Post
I need to replace the orings in my BVM Hi-Flow Retract Valve. Where can I find some replacement orings?
Can i suggest that you try the BVM O-lube first before trying to replace them. Most of the time they just need a bit of lube on them to get working again.
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Thin-O-Lube (for air cylinders) : ShopBVMJets.com, your one stop jet shop!
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I tried the lube already with no luck. Any side pressure on the piston causes an air leak. Thanks for the tip!
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Since you know the exact make of model of your unit it makes no sense to screw around with industrial suppliers, there are far too many sizes and dimensions as well as materials that you do not know. BVM is in business and there is no doubt in my mind that they stock the exact ring. Their prices are not an issue or excessive.

I just ordered a small supply of their early wheel brake rings with no issue. I think they were a buck and a half.

Are you going to Chouchella (Dang I never can spell that name right)?

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Coachella Valley is too far for me to make it this year. Hopefully next year it will fit my schedule!
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Hey thanks for the spelling. To bad its a great event run buy a good bunch of folks. I missed last year due to medical stuff but attended the year before. Takeing my Turbine Cadet (Senior Kadet) and a BTE Reaction that I have been loving on this year lately

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