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> Tokyo Marui Ak-47 Dissassembly Guide, How do get the gearbox out for upgrading
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post Jul 9 2006, 05:33 PM
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I made this tutorial for my site, but thought it would help on this forum. This tutorial instructs how to take out the gearbox out of the Tokyo Marui Ak-47, for upgrading. It does not include instructions for how to open the gearbox of upgrade it.

You donít need many tools for this:
Philips Screwdriver
Flathead Screwdriver
Working Tweezers
Fine-point Philips Screwdriver

1. Lets begin; personally I like to take off the stock and pistol grip of the gun. I think they get in the way when Iím working with the gun. To take off the pistol grip just unscrew the screw under in pistol grip and slide it off. For the stock, there are 2 screws in the underside, and 1 screw on top. When taking off the stock make sure you unplug the mini plug when you pull it off (youíll know what I mean when you start pulling the two parts apart.) when you are done with that it should look like this;




2. The next step is to take off the top cover of the gun. First take off the dust cover, and where you push the button to pop it open, we want to take out the metal rod connected to the button. Use the Flat head screwdriver. Just stick it in there and then pry out the rod


3. Next we want to detach the hop-up lever from the top cover. We want to use our fine point Philips screwdriver to remove it. Keep the tweezers handy to pull out the level so it doesn't get lost.


4. And the last step in removing the top cover is to unscrew the tiny screw on the left side of the top cover. Use the small fine point Philips screw driver.


5. Now we slide off the cover, and it should look like this.


6. At this point we want to take off the firing selector switch. First use the fine point flat head screwdriver to pry of the little screw cover (picture one). Now take the large Philips screwdriver and use it to unscrew the large screw holding the cover on (picture 2). Then you should you be able to take of the selector switch (picture 3)
1. 2. 3.

7. Now we want to turn the gun over and unscrew the 4 screws. Two of then are where the clip goes and two a little above that. Use the large Philips screwdriver to take them apart. When doing this makes sure you are supporting both parts of the gun, because you donít want it to fall apart on you





8. Here's the tricky part. Now we want to pull apart the two sides of the gun. Do this very carefully; you donít want to ruin the hop-up. Donít put to much pressure, and if something feels stuck donít put force into it.




9. Remember when we removed the stock, now we want to take out the screws on that part. There are two on each side. When you take out the screws, that metal part slides out the top. Slide it out. If the mini plug gets stuck just loosen it up.



10. Finally we are ready to take out the meck box, slowly we want to work it out of there, making sure that the wires arenít getting caught on anything.



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Hope this helped, I can tidy it up a bit if needed.

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post Jul 9 2006, 05:59 PM
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its about the same for ics to, so not just for tm aks


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post Jul 9 2006, 06:16 PM
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Thank you, I was sure how exact the TM is with other companies so I didnt state anything.
Maybe if this is good enough it could get pinned?


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post Jul 9 2006, 06:40 PM
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Well done, very well done.

(I see my format for guides is starting to catch on a-grin.gif )
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post Jul 9 2006, 06:41 PM
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HAHA psh, I made that before I was even a member of ASF in that EXACT Format, Except I called the gearbox a mechbox... a-grin.gif


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post Aug 10 2006, 12:43 PM
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What the heck, im trying to find the edit button to fix all the broken links....and I cant find it.


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post Aug 14 2006, 10:16 AM
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PM me the URL for the pictures and tell me wich go where and I will put them in for you.


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post Sep 4 2006, 12:20 AM
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Hey are the pictures working for you? I can only get a couple of pictures.

QUOTE (vietec @ Sep 4 2006, 01:17 AM) *
Hey are the pictures working for you? I can only get a couple of pictures.

Sorry, nevermind, it's just my crappy internet. The pictures are slowly starting to come up one at a time. a-embarassed.gif


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post Oct 5 2006, 06:48 AM
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Whats up with the pics?

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post Oct 5 2006, 09:21 AM
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QUOTE (Hunter13 @ Oct 5 2006, 04:48 AM) *
Whats up with the pics?


I can see them...
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post Oct 17 2006, 11:00 AM
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It's basicly the same for the JG Dragunov.


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post Nov 5 2006, 09:43 AM
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Same for utg ak except the selector switch.



PS. the hop-up lever is the hardest part getting back on,its a pain.


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post Dec 28 2006, 03:04 PM
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I'm hopeing for a yes, but will this work for my CYMA CM028?


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Wow, great guide! I'm probably going to use then when I get my TM Ak!
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QUOTE (ziggo99 @ Dec 28 2006, 04:04 PM) *
I'm hopeing for a yes, but will this work for my CYMA CM028?

This breakdown guide is good for the CSI AK Assailant (rebranded JG SVD AK) also, which happens to be manufactured by CYMA. If I were a betting man I would guess there will be a lot of similiarity between the TM AK47 and the CYMA 028.

http://www.airsoftspecialists.com/articles...I_assailant.htm

You can compare the CSI breakdown here with the TM


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hi, Ive been looking around for a good disassembly guide for my AK and the one thing I havent been able to find is how to take off the forgrips.
could anyone tell me how or point me in the direction of a guide that could do so?


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QUOTE (Bullfrog @ Jan 4 2007, 11:50 AM) *
This breakdown guide is good for the CSI AK Assailant (rebranded JG SVD AK) also, which happens to be manufactured by CYMA. If I were a betting man I would guess there will be a lot of similiarity between the TM AK47 and the CYMA 028.

http://www.airsoftspecialists.com/articles...I_assailant.htm

You can compare the CSI breakdown here with the TM

Yes it works perfectly for the CM.028, you would've won that bet. Too Late now. I used this guide to take apart my CM.028 and do the TM parts swap out.

QUOTE (slydark @ Jan 10 2007, 08:25 PM) *
hi, Ive been looking around for a good disassembly guide for my AK and the one thing I havent been able to find is how to take off the forgrips.
could anyone tell me how or point me in the direction of a guide that could do so?

If you want to remove the forgrips, then you will have to take them one at a time. For the top foregrip, you have to remover the screw at the top on the top left side of the reciever right next to whre the grip is. You'll see the grip. For the lower one, you must remove the screw that is under the barrel and comes from the gas reciever. Once you remove this screw, you slide the gas reciever thingy forward and take the lower forgrip off. Sorry if it's unclear, I wish I could get pics, I'll try to get some up.


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QUOTE (Electric_Sheep @ Jul 9 2006, 11:59 PM) *
its about the same for ics to, so not just for tm aks


No, definitly not ! The ICS Gearbox is accessable by only removing 6 Screws !

2 at the Stock
2 at the Body
1 at the Pistol Grip
1 at the Selector Switch

Thats all, you don't have to remove the HU Selector and the Upper Receiver is completely different.
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so where do I go from there? I couldnt find a mechbox walkthru... durp
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try www.mechbox.com or go to www.airsoftcore.com and find the written guide of a v3 mechbox with hundreds of pictures.
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sweet thanks a lot!
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wrong thread woops

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how do you disassemble the complete front?


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Take out the dummy cleaning rod,
Take out two screw: bottom side of front sight and gas port(under outer barrel)
Take out 1st the front sight part and next the gas tube...
Take out the handguard...
Now you can see some screw at the trunnion part...
Just take note the orientation...


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Hey, I was disassembling my CM040D and I got to the last step where you are pulling the mech box out. Underneath the selector switch there is a plate that will not allow my to simply pull the GB out of the gun. I can't get pics, but it is getting stuck on the lip of the upper right of the upper receiver. Thanks guys.
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