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    Posted: November-04-2019 at 2:44pm
I bought a 155  this past weekend at an estate auction. It has no power plant in it. I already had several other parts guns and wonder if the power plant out of a model 105 will fit and work in it?Also, where to buy parts to replace the seals on it?
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The 105B piston is too big, you need a 7/8" piston, air tube and retainer pin that matches the air tube you're using. The 105B plunger tube won't work- it's configured for the plastic trigger module. If you have an earlier Daisy that used the 1-piece steel trigger, the plunger assembly might work if the piston is 7/8". If you need a powerplant email me and we'll sort it out.
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Originally posted by cobalt327 cobalt327 wrote:

The 105B piston is too big, you need a 7/8" piston, air tube and retainer pin that matches the air tube you're using. The 105B plunger tube won't work- it's configured for the plastic trigger module. If you have an earlier Daisy that used the 1-piece steel trigger, the plunger assembly might work if the piston is 7/8". If you need a powerplant email me and we'll sort it out.


Thanks for the help. The trigger out of the 105 is steel and one piece.

Well!! I just got out my loupe and looked at the gun again and I BELIEVE it says 103, instead of 105. Either way, there is no B in the number. It is old, but it is a Rogers manufactured gun. 
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OH and one more thing. I saw a guy on youtube who fixes old Daisy guns, he had a home made tool to help put the power plant back in, made it look easy. WAY easier than using screwdrivers and pliers. He recommends making that tool, but I cant find the video where he made his. Does anyone have a link?
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The 103 stand a much better chance of working but the piston OD still needs to match the 155 compression chamber ID and I cannot say 100% if it will.

Tool may be this guy


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Yeah, thats the one.
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Does anyone have a link where I can get new seals fpr the power plant?
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