99 A/C RF with the following: Rat valve III, Madman spring setup, Black Ice reg, ANS Jack Hammer2, ANS LP Chamber, KAPP RAM, DYE PMP 3 way, Kapp flat actuating rod, Kapp Beavertail, Kapp Twister Cocking rod, AKA S/S pump Arm, Kapp hammer kit/ Jam nut, Kapp Drop Zone 2, and finally the DYE hinge Frame
The inherent problem with most cockers is the placement of the three way valve. For the most part, one cannot simply crank it all the way on because the nozzles won't line up. So what ends up happening is that they wiggle in place and leak. People try to rectify this problem by cutting the hoses short to ensure no movement. However, this makes for a tough time getting the hoses on (or off). With this product, there are built in set screws that hold that 3 way where it's supposed to be.
Usually going for about $35.00 it isn't too bad. But with all the milled front blocks out there, you would think that DYE could shave some of the metal off the block to save a little weight or at least give it a more custom look.
Loose 3 way valves cause the brass shafts to bend and eventually leak and/or cause erroneous timing problems. Of all the front blocks now produced, this might not be the best looking one--but it functions the way it's supposed to and then some.