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BOSTITCH TVA6 Trigger Valve Kit

4.6
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HK$ 619.00
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  • Trigger valve kit - TVA6
  • Roll pin
  • Lubricant

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Customer Reviews

Worth the Additional $3.00 as Compared to Other ValvesI was replacing the trigger valves in two Bostitch nailers. Several vendors on Amazon offer replacements so I decided to see what was different between the high end ($15.50) and one at $11.00. Note: The price for the $11.00 valve is now listed at $12.50. As shown in the photo, the $15.50 part came with the valve, extra O-Ring, removal tool, a tube of grease, and assembly instructions. The $11.00 part came with an extra O-Ring. I installed the $15.50 valve first and it worked perfectly. Note, in addition to the instructions, it helps to watch one of the several YouTube videos on replacing the valve. I installed the $11 valve next and it too worked perfectly. I was really impressed with the build quality of the $11 valve because two of the major components were metal, not plastic. See the second photo for details. Because of the additional metal components, I considered the $11 valve to be a better value. Unfortunately, the valve is now $12.50, valve construction has changed to be mostly plastic, and I have no experience with new design. If I were buying a third valve, I would pay the additional $3.00 to buy this valve. .review-image-thumbnail { background-position: center center; background-repeat: no-repeat; overflow: hidden; background-size: cover; height: 160px; width: 235px; } .review-media-gallery-content { height:100%; width:100%; background-color:black; } .reviews-mobile-media-gallery .a-carousel-viewport { margin-left:15px; } .cr-thumbnail-image { float: left; }5This is a factory replacement, exactly what you want.I took a picture of the roofing nailer with my phone and Googled the correct part number for the trigger valve. Apparently, this valve fits quite a few other air nailers as well. It comes with a pin removal tool, so all I needed was a hammer to pop the old pins out. The kit also comes with some grease. The instructions are very clear on how to disassemble and reassemble the nailer. Took me about 15 minutes and now this nail gun is leak free and works perfectly!5Exactly what is needed for BOSTITCH N60FN Finish NailerI am not in construction - my BOSTITCH N60FN Finish Nailer has been on a shelf most of its 13 years with me. Last summer while replacing the baseboards in my house, the nailer started leaking air through the trigger, getting worse as I completed the job. The last board had to be put up with a hammer and nailset. I was frustrated enough I was going to through it out, and even more frustrated when I saw the cost to replace it.This Trigger Valve Kit was exactly what was needed. A simple, painless install for BOSTITCH N60FN Finish Nailer. All you need is a light hammer and mallet, and 10 minutes of time. Instructions, grease and roll-pin punch was provided. As long as you have good lighting and a good tabletop, you'll have no problem with parts springing out and getting lost, and no difficulty lining them back up for reassembly. Very easy.Time will tell how it holds up, but it tested just fine when I finished. Thank you.5Misleading PhotoThis is not an OEM product, as the picture would lead you to believe. In fact, you will not receive the factory instructions pictured, but rather homemade instructions. The part may work fine, I haven't installed yet, but the picture and lack of any mention of generic or aftermarket in the description is misleading. Also, the "punch" which separates this from other listings, is split, and is more of a roll pin than a punch.1The part didn't fit mine, but I found out how to fix the leak without itNo problem with the product, just be aware that if you have an older model like mine (25 yrs?) it may not work. I installed it and ended up with an extra spring and stop, could not figure out where it went until I looked at my older valve. The older valve has a wider hole for the spring to go into (see picture). I tried switching the O-rings to see if that would work, but no luck. I'm going to see if I can find a set of O-rings for this, as I can't believe that I've used it enough to wear down the valve. Stanley Bostitch N60FN 2 2314 with sequential trigger.Update: I found O-rings at the local Ace Hardware, replaced those, it still didn't work. Then I read something somewhere that said the trigger leak does not come from the trigger, but from a badly sealed body. So I took apart the body and greased all of the chamber and O-rings with di-electric grease. I put it back together, applied air pressure, and it worked! There was still a little air leak around the trigger, but I was able to use the tool, and within a day's use the leak went away on it's own. To be fair, I have to mention that I had also replaced the gaskets and such earlier using a rebuild kit, so they may well have been part of the solution. I have two more nail guns to fix. This time, I am going to simply take them apart, clean, and grease. I'll post an update later. Remember, mine was failing from years of non-use. If you use yours regularly, you may still need a valve replacement. Oh, and don't use 3 in 1 oil as a lube, apparently this breaks down the grease.5You can do itNever rebuilt a gun before this. Worked just fine once I got it in correctly. The directions are ok, but I managed to mess it up. Easy mistake to make putting it in with the pin slots mis-aligned. The pin slots need to be aligned just right, and the correct ones are just slightly larger than the opposite air flow slots. The pins will go back in very hard it you have it wrong, and slide in fairly easily when it is correct. If you are new like me, just pay good attention to this and it is not a big or difficult job. Also, you don't need to take the entire lower portion of the gun off to change the trigger valve. There is room to remove and replace by just removing the trigger.5Since then it has pretty much been used a few times a yearMy finish nailer is a tool that I don't use that often. I originally purchased it many years ago for a specific job. Since then it has pretty much been used a few times a year. When I recently went to use it air was blowing out of the trigger. I thought I was going to have to replace the nailer. After some research I found that I could get the parts and fix it. Trigger installation was a breeze after watching a few You Tube videos. Nailer works good as new now.5Quick shipping. Not quite the same procedure as each model has a little variation. Check YouTube as well to get an idea what to expect. Pay attention on parts orientation and how they came out. Cell phone pics as you go, help, especially in replacing the trigger. There is also a little grease application, supplied with the trigger. 5Quick Trigger Fix for Stanley Bostitch N60FNThis kit quickly fixed a big air blowout around the trigger of an old Stanley/Bostitch N60FN finish nailer. Couldn't be happier. I thought I would have to junk it or disassemble the whole gun for a relatively expensive rebuild kit.This kit includes everything (except a small hammer to tap the metal pins) - silicone grease, drift pin to drive out the old, new triggering mechanism, an extra O-ring, and complete instructions. Make sure to clean the cup on the gun where the trigger piston fits.It took me less than ten minutes and gun is working and setting finish nails as good as when it was new.5Cheap knock off, bad business.Photo shows this a a Bostitch product. It is not. It doesn t even look like the one pictured. This is a gross misrepresentation of the product. It is a cheap knock off. I installed it in my nailer and it leaked just like the old one. Can t get a replacement, return or refund.1This worked great and was easy to installI used this for a 2 1/2 angled finish nailer I wanted to wait a little so I could use it. The instructions that came with this were great. I was a jet engine mechanic for 28 years and still had a couple questions that were answered. I have used this for a couple of months and it is still working great it came with everything needed except a lite hammer and I used a squirt of plaster before I removed the pins5
BOSTITCH TVA6 Trigger Valve Kit

BOSTITCH TVA6 Trigger Valve Kit

4.6
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Regular price
HK$ 619.00
Sale price
HK$ 619.00
Regular price
HK$ 1,022.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 403.00)