Sunwayman v10r Ti

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I own a Sunwayman v10r Ti with the AA extension tube and am considering selling or trading it because I cannot find a clip option. I have two main questions:

1. Is there a clip option that is currently available? I do not have the ability to drill titanium, so modifying something is most likely out...

2. If I were to consider selling it, what would be a fair price? I use the light, so it has minor scratches from regular use, no drops or major damage, just normal surface ware. A bit of buffing and it would be near perfect.

Thanks.

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I purchased an aftermarket clip from eBay and seems to do a great job. It has not come off once from my v10r. I do not have the titanium version. I'll see if I can find my old post on this.

https://www.candlepowerforums.com/posts/4359433


I just ordered one for $6 with free shipping. I am willing to give it a try. Thanks.

I am still wanting to look for a clip that bolts on as I have not had good luck with clips that slip on.
 

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I was looking at a thread we had about clip options for this light and the photo of mine is gone, thanks imageshack, I also looked at the Sandwich shoppe for the type of clip I drilled and tapped to put on mine and they are no longer available. Wish I could help, sorry.
 

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That's a Moddoo clip. Ultra rare, titanium. If you can locate a nite core d10 clip, they work if you use longer bolts. Also rare but less costly ($5-15 vs $35+).


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Moddoo is the maker. He doesnt make them anymore. You have to find them on the used market. Same for the d10 clip.


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That clip did not slip onto my v10r. I had to firmly press it into the slot. The clip was not flush with the flashlight until I squeezed it flush with the use of a dremel vise. The clip will not be sliding around or come off without considerable assistance.
 

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That clip did not slip onto my v10r. I had to firmly press it into the slot. The clip was not flush with the flashlight until I squeezed it flush with the use of a dremel vise. The clip will not be sliding around or come off without considerable assistance.

I am hoping it secures tight on my light as well. Did you have to modify the clip at all before you pressed it on? Thanks for the info.
 

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I did not modify the clip. The parts that go around the light in the groove were quite sharp and dug slightly into my light as I pressed it on. I'm guessing that is what is helping the clip to stay on my light. I just realized that your light is Ti so the clip may not dig into the groove.
 

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Update: the clip had worked it's way lose, just a little. It did not pop off. Mild force didn't make the clip come off. I simply squeezed the clip tight to the light again and all was fine again.
 
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