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Spoolinup
07-19-2006, 05:54 PM
anyone know where I can get a new or used(preferrably used, that works, as they are cheaper) kingman solenoid/coil??

I need one for a spare frame I have, which has everything except the solenoid to actuate the sear, and my buddy needs one for his imagine. I contacted Kingman about it, and they want 50 bucks for it....I can get a refurbished warrantied Imagine for 60 bucks.......

anyone know where I can get two, or have any themselves? thanks!

Nick

big_daddy_d
07-19-2006, 07:07 PM
I may have one I'll look and get back to you...

Spoolinup
07-20-2006, 04:03 PM
Sweet, that would be awesome!!! Let me know when you can!!!


Thanks again,
Nick

Spoolinup
07-23-2006, 10:35 PM
didn't know if you had had a chance to see if you had an extra solenoid/actuator or not. Thanks.


Nick

Spoolinup
07-30-2006, 02:53 PM
??

druid
07-30-2006, 04:55 PM
well if he doesn't get back to you, try here....http://www.solenoidcity.com/

Spoolinup
08-01-2006, 03:04 PM
wow, that's pretty kick*ss sight...

on ordering the solenoids, they ask what duty cycle to select...

C or I or L or P

Which one would I need to choose?

And what style of solenoid? It looks like the "tubular low profile clapper" solenoid, but i'm not sure, and didn't know if you knew or not.

Thanks again druid

druid
08-01-2006, 08:45 PM
wow, that's pretty kick*ss sight...
on ordering the solenoids, they ask what duty cycle to select...
C or I or L or P
Which one would I need to choose?
And what style of solenoid? It looks like the "tubular low profile clapper" solenoid, but i'm not sure, and didn't know if you knew or not.
Thanks again druid



well, I wrote to them looking for a replacement noid for my Mako Storm frame (in case I ever needed one) and they wrote back in reply to my Picture/request....




Hi,

This solenoid "LOOKS" similar to our low profile solenoid (https://webmail3.enter.net/cgi-bin/webmail.cgi?cmd=url&xdata=~2-d95037078dbae04e3e1bc62efa466080d38c9ceada9dd9d1dc c6e095d3657400&url=http!3A!2F!2Fwww.magneticsensorsystems.com!2Fs olenoid!2Flowprofile!2Flowprofilecatalog.asp) series S-66-100 (https://webmail3.enter.net/cgi-bin/webmail.cgi?cmd=url&xdata=~2-d95037078dbae04e3e1bc62efa466080d38c9ceada9dd9d1dc c6e095d3657400&url=http!3A!2F!2Fwww.magneticsensorsystems.com!2Fs olenoid!2Flowprofile!2FS-66-100.asp). We used to carry this solenoid for air gun applications with the front of the shaft (threaded part) cut flush with the plunger face and the back end of the shaft cut shorter. The solenoids were made without the two mounting studs.

We can still do the same, if you are looking for production quantities. In small quantities you may purchase the solenoid and have it modified to your required dimensions.

Regards,

Aaron Eghbal
sales@solenoidcity.com
Magnetic Sensor Systems
6901 Woodley Avenue
Van Nuys, California 91406 USA
Telephone: (818) 785-6244
Toll Free U.S. and Canada (888) 785-9444
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...the Mako noids are very similar to Spyder noids...they work in either frame, I know because I've tried them and there was NO issue pro or con.