762 SD rachet issue

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762 SD rachet issue

Post by firedavis » Thu May 10, 2012 12:55 pm

Just wondering if anyone else is having issues with the rachet teeth wearing down and not being able to lock up tight. I just sent mine back today.

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Re: 762 SD rachet issue

Post by ryknoll3 » Wed Jun 13, 2012 11:59 pm

This is a known problem with some of AAC's 51t cans. They had a problem with heat-treatment on some of the ratchets and the teeth wear out. They will get you squared away.

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Re: 762 SD rachet issue

Post by jason » Thu Jun 14, 2012 1:27 pm

In a related question...
what happens if a suppressor gets broken? Can I send it to the manufacturer and have it repaired/replaced with the same serial number? Or do I have to go through the lame ATF process again?

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Re: 762 SD rachet issue

Post by firedavis » Thu Jun 14, 2012 8:21 pm

They will fix minor issue just by doing regular shipping. If there is a serious issue and the manufactur needs to replace the whole unit then you have to go through the ATF process again, due to new serial number.

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Re: 762 SD rachet issue

Post by Chedr » Sun Apr 17, 2016 10:46 pm

firedavis wrote:Just wondering if anyone else is having issues with the rachet teeth wearing down and not being able to lock up tight. I just sent mine back today.


Yes I just had this happen to mine. Purchased in 2015. Just wrote an email and I'm hoping for a quick fix cause I haven't even had it as long as I waited for it.
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Re: 762 SD rachet issue

Post by Sharkbite » Mon Apr 18, 2016 4:33 pm

I Sent my SDN-6 in for the ratchet being work. Back and forth door-door time was under a week. AND the can came back refinished. Looked like a new can.

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Re: 762 SD rachet issue

Post by Chedr » Wed Apr 20, 2016 1:37 am

Sharkbite wrote:I Sent my SDN-6 in for the ratchet being work. Back and forth door-door time was under a week. AND the can came back refinished. Looked like a new can.


Good to hear. :) I just got my email for pick up to ship it back.
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Re: 762 SD rachet issue

Post by Chedr » Mon May 09, 2016 1:03 pm

Just got it back, 19 days door 2 door looks like new on the outside. I think the re-coated it. No repair or shipping charges...............No explanation either.......?

However, the repairs were made. I am glad that they stand behind their product.

Thanks AAC (Remington).
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Re: 762 SD rachet issue

Post by 07yzryder » Fri Jun 24, 2016 2:22 pm

mine just arrived at their door today. no questions asked. i called they said can you email the email address on the site. just include your name address SN and a brief description of the problem. then we will give you a URL to setup a UPS delivery (on their dime how awesome!) and request you include a copy of the request from the site, a copy of your tax stamp and of course the problem suppressor.

hoping its a short stay. my 8.5 inch piston blackout doesnt cycle the subs without a suppressor.

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