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Max-CN35041 seal is obsolete -no replacement- (cn565 gun) -any other seals fit, or throw gun away?

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Do not throw gun away, lots of life left. Most major suppliers say that the part is no longer available but by comparison when GM stopped making pontiac there were still thousands of cars lift in stock at various dealers around the country. Similarly, your cylinder seal is out there in quantity but you will need to contact fastener companies that retail Max nailers. I live in Texas and have contacted Southern Fastening and have been told that they have stock. I am sure that you will find that part in your area. Start by contacting Max dealers in your area and the net. Buy two seals because in the future you may have trouble, however aftermarket dealers will most likely start selling that part. Good luck

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After waiting for a seal for two weeks from an online supplier, only to find they were unable to get the part and cancelled the order, I then discovered "The New Yooper Workshop". Much about nailers. This website states they have manufactured a replacement seal for the discontinued CN35041 seal . I just ordered one. Here's the site:

I'm expecting a perfect fit, I'll let you know if otherwise.

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