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#1 (permalink)      5/3/2016 10:41:22 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Dimensions of positive Pin ...
Hi Guys.

Does anybody knows the real size from the positive pin ??? Is it M2.5 or M3 ???

Much thanks and greets ...
#2 (permalink)      5/3/2016 2:06:20 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I tried with M3-0.5, it fits, but the head was too wide, needs grinding.
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@Danto please what was the size of the head of your M3 screw? Thanks
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#5 (permalink)      5/5/2016 3:12:16 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I can't measure it right now, but it needs some serious grinding. The "feeling" of turning the screw is exactly the same as the original, so I'm pretty sure it's M3. I've tried M2.5/0.45 and it is too small, just goes through the hole.



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It's an M3*7mm. To make mine bottom-feed, I used a Fat Daddy Vapes M3 BF contact screw. I cut some of the length off of it to bring it down to the same 7mm length though.
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@DanTo by grinding you mean to reduce diameter of the screw head or diameter of the screw it self?
Thank guys
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Of the head, of course. This one can't even enter the 510.

I think there would be no problems with the body of the screw, even though the original is a little wider near the head.