Missing piece on Gamma Progression 602

Hello,

I've had this Gamma Progression 602 machine for over 10 years and it's been amazing. One thing it is missing though is one of the post lever lock rubber pieces. I've taken a picture and circled where it's missing and circled the part on the other side.

TW do you sell these parts? Anyone know where I can get a little rubber piece?

It's a bit annoying because the lever lock can slide right off when I adjust.

Thanks

 

esgee48

G.O.A.T.
DIY by wrapping the rod with black electrical tape several times? Either at ends or positioned the tape so that rod is fixed. Those rubber end pieces are there only to prevent the rod from sliding off. 3 cents.
 

Irvin

Talk Tennis Guru
At any store (Lowes, etc) that sells wire shelving. A bag of end caps will have 2-3 different sizes and one of them will fit exactly. They'll be white instead of black, so replace both ends.
I bet Gamma Tech sends him a new black one free.
 
I'd just take a thick rubber band and wrap it around the rod until it was snug. Then you could have as much movement of the rod as you want, depending on where you placed the rubber band.
 

struggle

Legend
I'd just take a thick rubber band and wrap it around the rod until it was snug. Then you could have as much movement of the rod as you want, depending on where you placed the rubber band.
This is what i'd do, BUT John at Gamma will provide the correct piece.
 
Wish you guys were right. I reached out multiple times with my contact info never heard back.

Guess I'll try Lowe's. Thanks for the suggestions
 

Irvin

Talk Tennis Guru
Wish you guys were right. I reached out multiple times with my contact info never heard back.

Guess I'll try Lowe's. Thanks for the suggestions
Did you reach out to Gamma Tech?
That's an older version of the 602 but I can help you with the missing rubber tip. email me your contact info at cad@gammasports.com
If you want to fix it yourself get some heat shrink tubing from Home Depot in electrical department. Wrap the end of the rod with electrical tape first then cover it with heat tube. A blast from a hair dryer will shrink the tube on the tape. I'd check with John (Gamma Tech) first.
 
Just want to say thanks to Gamma Tech who reached out to me and and mailed me the pieces including the rods. Thank you! Couldn't be happier.
 
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