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Stock JG G36 Help!

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I recently picked up a used JG G36 and right away did some maintenance on the gearbox. I haven't been able to assemble it yet, and in attempting to do so I broke the spring guide. I noticed that the piston is chipped a bit at the end of the teeth groove on the head side. (The teeth are fine, but the piston is chipped next to the last metal tooth on the head end of the piston.) How recommended is it that I replace more than the spring guide? In other words, should I do a cylinder set complete purchase? Below is what I will purchase if so, and what should I add or subtract? Thanks!

 

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You shouldn't need to upgrade anything else in the upper assembly unless you really want to. But when you install that sorbo, you may need a 14 tooth piston to correct your angle of engagement.

agreed :clap:

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