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    11-87 Barrel seal (o-ring)

    Hey There

    After doing some shooting and cleaning the gun, have discovered the o-ring is knackered and I have no spares, bugger. Aside from paying stupid prices for genuine Remington O-rings Does anyone Know the dimensions for one so I can buy elsewhere?

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    Quick google brings me to believe that this is what you're after:

    https://www.amazon.com/Sur-Seal-ORVT...ords=viton+021

    Or a bunch:

    https://www.amazon.com/Sur-Seal-ORVT...ords=viton+021

    I'll go halves with you in a bunch if you want.

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    Any o'ring supplier will have these. they are 1/16" thick by 1 5/16" ID. #021 Vitron or #33

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    @Jexla I suspect the shipping would far exceed the oring price. I ended up going to a manawatu hydraulics and bought some. Thickness 1/16 and inner diameter was 15/16 as stated above. I suspect any similar outfit where you live should stock them, guy behind the counter said they were a common size.

    Cheers for both your help.

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    I hope you mean 1-5/16" Id. I used about 2-3 of these a year, replacing them well before they needed it. I was shooting about 2.5-3 slabs a season through my 1187. There is no need to use the genuine Rem O'ring. Just buy heaps of these cheap one and replace them often.

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    Mobile Mechanical in Tremain Ave had one there for me. Didn't even charge me for it.

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    i thought they,d comew up with a part metalic o ring for the 1187 cos of the problems with the 1100 going thru o rings like shit thru a calf???

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    Quote Originally Posted by septic View Post
    I hope you mean 1-5/16" Id. I used about 2-3 of these a year, replacing them well before they needed it. I was shooting about 2.5-3 slabs a season through my 1187. There is no need to use the genuine Rem O'ring. Just buy heaps of these cheap one and replace them often.
    Yes sorry that's the one, bloody big fingers and smart pho es don't mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsp follower View Post
    i thought they,d comew up with a part metalic o ring for the 1187 cos of the problems with the 1100 going thru o rings like shit thru a calf???
    Yeah I usually go through one or two a season, however mine still cycles flawlessly without one. But they were designed to be used with one so that's how I run it.

 

 

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