Repair - FX Dreamline Re-Assembly, Part 2 (Power Adjuster, Gauges, Airtube, Barrel, + Stock)
2nd Dec 2019
The second part of a detailed video duo going over the full re-assembly of the FX Dreamline Classic. This video covers the re-assembly of the power adjuster assembly, both gauges, the entire airtube assembly, the barrel installation, and stock installation. This video group covers the essential parts of all FX Dreamlines, with exception for model specific parts (different rails, stocks, etc). The only exceptions will be the very early model FX Dreamline Classics (which had a power adjuster similar to the FX Streamline) and the newest FX Dreamlines, which have a longer valve assembly.
I will make future videos covering model specific parts for the FX Dream-Lite, FX Dream-Tact, and the FX Dream-Pup. I will also showcase a video explaining the longer valve assembly.
All parts of the FX Dreamline Base/Classic can be found on the below schematics:
If you need a rebuild/reseal kit, FX makes a Dreamline Rebuild Kit, article number 9123.
Video Time Stamps:
Part One - Power Adjuster Assembly: 00:40
Part Two - Regulator Gauge Installation: 04:20
Part Three - Airtube End Assembly: 05:23
Part Four - Airtube End Installation: 07:05
Part Four - Regulator Installation: 08:49
Part Four - Airtube Installation: 10:00
Part Five - Barrel Installation: 10:50
Part Six - Rifle Stock Installation: 13:35
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Movie Software: Movavi Video Suite 18
Music: Movavi Video Suite 18
Camera (Video): Samsung Galaxy S9
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