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#1 (permalink)      6/10/2017 8:12:52 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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replacement squonk pin?
The default pin in this is very small, the hole is very small and takes harder presses to get juice into it, I tried the goon pin it's the same size but doesn't fit, this pin has a fatter area around the pin head whereas the goon pin is just straight, please can someone recommend me pins to try in this ideally bigger hole ones or anything, the standard pin is rubbish
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I don’t have this rda but the screw and hole look normal. Are you trying to pump the juice up? If so just squeeze and hold. The constant increase in pressure should force the juice up no problem. If not maybe there's an obstruction in your mod.
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There's no obstruction, juice flow is fine esp on other RDA bf, the issue is it takes harder presses on this RDA cos the diameter of the hole in the bf pin is small, all my other bf attys it's fine, mods are fine, it's the pin on this RDA lol
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Oh ok. Looks normal to me but I'm just going off the pic.

If the screw is a normal size and the hole is too small there should be lots of extra meat to run a drill bit through. Is the screw the same size as your other rdas?
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Screw same size as goon pin but won't fit as described in first post
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Should be enough material to run a bit through then. If you have access to a drill and bits you could use the bits to gauge the hole in the goon pin and run that bit through this one.

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I considered it but I don't want to mess up seeing as I've only got one pin, wouldn't mind trying other pins from fasttech