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Crosman 140 Seal Kits

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seal kits for Crosman model 140. Includes everything you need to reseal your airgun plus a tube of oil and an exploded drawing.

  • Seals and parts
  • Tube of airgun oil
  • Exploded drawing

 

Beware of lesser quality seal kits! Our seal kits are guaranteed to work. If you cannot repair your airgun yourself you can send it to our Authorized airgun repair center for repair, and we’ll deduct the cost of the seal kit you purchased from the total on your repair. Proof of purchase is required, so keep your order number handy.

This is not a cheap “O-Ring” kit. It’s a seal / re-seal kit made with parts closely resembling the originals needed to actually reseal your airgun to restore power. If your airgun leaks CO2, air, or isn’t shooting as hard as it should our reseal kits will get them shooting good again when properly installed.

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  1. RANDY E GRAY

    How do I get the pump cup off of a Crosman 140? The brass sleeve that holds the cup on seems to be pressed onto the aluminum shaft

    • Donnie R

      Hello,

      Cut all of the old pump cup off with a knife.
      Then put the rod in a vice.
      Spray some WD40 or other penetrating oil at the junction of the brass piece and the rod.
      Make SURE you clean it all off afterwards.
      Use some pliers or vice-grips or something to GENTLY hold the brass piece and move it side to side until it can be slid out.
      I’d use some leather or something between the pliers and the brass piece so you don’t jack it up.
      When it’s off, clean everything.
      You’ll have to press the brass piece back in when you’re done.

      -Donnie

  2. Jim Sharp

    I just purchased a crossman 140- pellet rifle and would like to obtain parts to make it work.

    • Donnie R

      Hello,

      Our seal kit will work great in your 140.

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