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Re: Excalibur coil change
Posted by: HawaiiMDer
Date: July 09, 2010 09:24PM
Skinard,

Awesome Post brother!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ken

Re: Excalibur coil change
Posted by: skinard
Date: July 10, 2010 12:10AM
Thanks Ken. I posted a more in depth one at one of the other forums (TQ) it's under beach/water/underwater forum.

skinard
http://twistedpens.com/

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Re: Excalibur coil change
Posted by: mtpockets
Date: July 18, 2010 09:45PM
And if you Screw up while Drilling the end cap.. You can replace it by using an Endcap from a Battery Pod..

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Re: Excalibur coil change
Posted by: mtpockets
Date: July 18, 2010 10:25PM
a Nice small Syringe helps too when doing fine work.

I keep many of em around.. for doing repairs on just about everything..They come in very handy..

Especially, when repairing Acrylic, hardwood floors.. and such.

you can find them at Home depot, tractor supply, Horse supply etc.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 07/18/2010 10:28PM by mtpockets.




Re: Excalibur coil change
Posted by: HawaiiMDer
Date: July 26, 2010 03:22PM
mtpockets,

Just out of curiosity, how are the different coils on chains? Anyone better than the other, or should i just stick with an 800 stock coil to find the chains and get another with the bigger coils?

Thanks,

ken

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Re: Excalibur coil change
Posted by: mtpockets
Date: July 26, 2010 09:28PM
You know, I honestly couldn't Pinpoint which coil is better for chains....

Every machine Has a different tone for them "In -a-way" and when you add different coils to the different Models of Excal's.. that Further changes the tones...


It depends on whether their is a "Charm" on the end of the Chain...

or,
How it's Laying on the sea floor....

With my Excal II... the tones are Kinda... Broken -up some what... on a Chain without a charm.... Like... something you normally wouldn't dig "Normally"


Here's a Picture of a 28" Chain my Buddy just found a Few weeks ago...


And " Yes It's 100% Real" This doesn't include the Large 30G charm that was attached to it..



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/26/2010 09:29PM by mtpockets.




Re: Excalibur coil change
Posted by: Mephysto
Date: August 19, 2010 07:52AM
Great post! Thanks a lot

Re: Excalibur coil change
Posted by: moanakula
Date: January 16, 2012 08:41PM
To change or replace the knobs, you don't need to pry them off as shown. The yellow cap on the top pops off using your finger nail to pop open. Once the yellow cap is off, here is a screw that you turn to loosen and remove the minelab factory knobs. Don't PRY Off!

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Re: Excalibur coil change
Posted by: AngerManagement
Date: December 15, 2016 01:00AM
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moanakula
To change or replace the knobs, you don't need to pry them off as shown. The yellow cap on the top pops off using your finger nail to pop open. Once the yellow cap is off, here is a screw that you turn to loosen and remove the minelab factory knobs. Don't PRY Off!

Agree 100%

And if you use non ML knobs with a brass or ally sleeve and then a grub screw AND then use in salt water = your asking for big trouble and a busted Excal body.

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