I am looking for some parts or advice on how to fix a barely used
Stanley T31 Brad Nailer. It was my late fathers so I guess there is
some attachment on my part to his tools that i remember him using.
Anyways, the piston stop/cylinder seal (all one unit) under the
cylinder cap is damaged/ripped. I need a replacement.
Unfortunately this 12 year old nailer, according to Stanley, is
obsolete and parts are not available for it. I can not even get them
to send me a schematic.
Does anyone know of a place where I can get parts for the T31?
Any other nailer that is similar in design where I could get a similar
Anyone got a busted up one that has a good top end?
If the nailer has some sentimental value and you want to fix it, I
think ebay may be your place.
Otherwise, Stanley tools sold Bostitch tools under the name
"Stantech". We had some roofing and siding nailers that were
"Stantech" branded, but when we need seals, trigger plungers and
anything else we always go them from Bostich.
Don't know about now, but they used to have a great technical
Be careful, though as they have moved their manufacturing all over
hell's half acre trying to be competitive. I have Bostitch guns made
in the USA as well as Taiwan.
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