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Old November 2, 2008, 07:39 AM   #3
Arquebus
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Rather than using the nipple wrench to start the nipple in the hole, just use your fingers to get it started. I think you'll get a better 'feel' for when the threads locate. Also, like Mykeal suggested, take one of the other nipples out & try it in one of the stubborn holes, that way you'll know if there's problem with the thread in the cylinder.
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