P2000sk v2 to Lite LEM (v1) conversion
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    Last edited by dwd1985; 06-13-2018 at 02:57 PM.

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    Check this thread out (it links to other informative threads).


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    I did my P2000SK myself... check the thread above as it is very good. Make sure you have the right pliers for the TRS - that one spring took me 75% of the time! The rest is fairly easy and straight forward.
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    Here is the spring chart...I believe it is courtesy of TooSixy.


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    The trs spring is really what makes the difference

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    TRS is one that requires a special tool (sold on HKParts.net), or just a pair of long-needle pliers and a vise. The FPBS requires just a roll-pin punch and a hammer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwd1985 View Post
    Has anyone simply replaced the TRS spring and left he other spring alone? That one seems like a huge PITA, requires somewhat special tools, a huge amount of time, and only reduces 1 pound of the trigger pull weight.
    Um... that's backwards. The trigger return spring is the bit** to change. The firing pin block spring is cake. On my P2000SK I tried every combination of springs, then measured the take-up and the break for each. Changing the FPBS alone brought the break from 7 pounds, 3 ounces to 6 pounds, 1 ounce. Changing the TRS alone brought it from 7 pounds, 3 ounces to 5 pounds, 5 ounces. If I changed BOTH springs to the light versions, the break came down to 4 pounds, 8 ounces. YMMV... but probably not by a whole lot.

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    Good counsel being provided above. Recently performed the v2 to v1 change myself on my p2ksk.
    A couple suggestions to reinforce the above:
    1) Would suggest the TRS pliers/tool provided on hkparts.... I didn't have it and struggled - even with the narrowest of needle nose pliers.
    2) If at all possible, employ a vice to hold the frame and use a bright light to assist with seeing down into the trigger mechanism.

    As stated, the FPBS was a quick/easy changeout... The TRS will take more time... Just be patient.... Don't rush - It will all come together.

    And when you're done - you'll feel like a machine.

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