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Old 02-04-2011, 10:00 PM
blindspot02 blindspot02 is offline
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Default Spyder Rodeo Stock regulator help...

Does anyone know to to take it apart? Mine is leaking out of the adjustment screw and I can't rebuild it because I don't know how to take it apart. Thanks!
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Old 02-05-2011, 09:53 AM
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Default Re: Spyder Rodeo Stock regulator help...

Pics of said reg? Do you have a manual? That's normally the way most people know ahead of time how to tech things and what parts are involved with the assembly -
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Old 03-02-2011, 08:41 AM
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Default Re: Spyder Rodeo Stock regulator help...

Remove bottom hose from ASA

Two small brass screws using the RIGHT size allen key ( I find these to be very fragile) remove all the way

Pull reg from block being careful not to damage O-ring pull straight out.

On the stainless part ( not anodized ) using an adjustable wrench and a table cloth ( so you dont scratch it) twist the top portion of your regulator off.

looking in from the threaded end, you will see a brass disc. Very gently tap the knurled end to basically shake this brass disc out. Its T shaped and also fragile. Remove and carefully inspect the O-ring. Use the right one and replace, should fix your problem, if not post back for a further break down.
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