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NateLowrie

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I have an AT M1419 reload that I am missing the liner for. It's a few years old and I am pretty sure the liner was lost in the move. Everything else is present. Is there an official source for replacement liners? If not, I think I can get a standard 98mm liner from ARR and cut it to length. Thoughts or suggestions?
 

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Why not just get another factory liner from a factory dealer....
Then there are no concerns...
With Aerotec,, liner length is critical...
On their website you'll find technical drawings for all of their loads....
Check the liner length on that drawing just for the heck of it Nate...

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You can order the correct AT liner for that reload on the RCS website. Not a bad price at all, and it comes cut to the exact length of the 98/7680 HW. AAR rocketry and AT liners are different ID and OD tolerances. Hope this helps.

Preston

I have an AT M1419 reload that I am missing the liner for. It's a few years old and I am pretty sure the liner was lost in the move. Everything else is present. Is there an official source for replacement liners? If not, I think I can get a standard 98mm liner from ARR and cut it to length. Thoughts or suggestions?
 

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You can order the correct AT liner for that reload on the RCS website. Not a bad price at all, and it comes cut to the exact length of the 98/7680 HW. AAR rocketry and AT liners are different ID and OD tolerances. Hope this helps.

Preston
I didn't realize RCS had precut liners. Thanks. Done and ordered.
 
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