Hmmmm.... does this mean that the i.d. is the same between all three of these cases?
Thank you for your post. I was not aware of this. Might be time to call Scott.
Yep, so close they fit like they were made for each other.
I'v loaded AT reloads in AMW, Kosdon and Loki cases, all work, no damage what so ever.
They will also work in the CTI cases, I have the CTI Gen 2 - 75mm 6g case.
The reason I do this?
I could show you pictures but still having issue the Forum won't let me upload pics.
- I like the price of the AT and CTI 75mm reloads.
- The CTI and all the snap-ring hdw is cheaper than an AT set of hdw, MUCH CHEAPER, even if you can find it!
- I hate cleaning closure threads!
The following AT reloads were flown with the CTI hubcap & nozzle holder (inner O-ring, I recommend, available at McMaster-Carr):
Any space at the forward end, if any, I fill with nozzle washers.
Must Use AT Seal disk for all the following combinations (Yes, all the AT reload inert parts are used!)
AT-1297 (4g) goes in a 75-4800n snap-ring case. (This an ex case, cut down to Loki's spec for its discontinued 75-4800n case)
AT-1297 (4g) goes in a 75-6000n snap-ring case with 1-CTI 75mm grain spacer.
AT-1315 (5g) goes in a 75-8000n Loki or Kosdon 75-7600n w/ 1 CTI spacer and 1 custom CTI spacer that's 3/4" shorter.
AT-1850 (6g) goes in a 75-8000n case with 1 custom CTI spacer that's 3/4" shorter.
This winter I will be building different combinations and put them in an easier-to-understand matrix sheet.
The following combinations have been certifiedcheck any updates from the reload manufacturer)
- 75mm CTI reloads in AMW hardware (follow CTI instructions)
- 75mm AT reloads in CTI hardware (follow AT "crossloads" instructions)
- 75mm CTI reloads in AT hdw (follow CTI instructions)
AT, CTI & Loki may not approve of any of these cross-over combinations I have personally done with my own research nor are any of them certified. In the event of any damage you may not get any warranty hardware or reloads from any of these manufacturers. Careful planning in building these motors is a must.
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