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Air Power Vector Parts in an a yellow box

A stockĀ Air Power Vector Parts Box that came with a Vector a couple months back.

A yellow Air Power parts box for the Vector. The thin orings are the valve body orings which are the most difficult to replace.
A yellow Air Power parts box for the Vector. The thin orings are the valve body orings which are the most difficult to replace.

This kit even includes a few of the very thin orings that go around the valve. These orings typically go bad or are scratched on the removable of the valve body and need to be replaced. Some (Punisher) would cut the valve bodies to take standard tank orings so the thin valve body orings didn’t need to be used.

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