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Rebuilding and Reassembling old Macroline fittings

Leaks aren’t just from worn edges on the Macroline, they are also from worn orings in the base of the fittings.

I think Tim at Paintballtek.com originally showed me how to do this rebuild several years back.  Or I might have just taken one apart on my own, I don’t really remember.  Regardless, I’m surprised this quick fix isn’t more obvious. 

Tools and pieces required:
•010-70 oring
•Flat head screw driver
•Needle tool

 

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