New Series Rollerball Pen Kit- Chrome

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The Flat Top Screw Caps Roller ball kits now are new and improved! The center band design has been upgraded along with a new, sleeker cap and body finial. This is a true "professional" looking and functioning pen!

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The New Series Style Roller Ball and Fountain pens, is a new and improved version of the popular Series 2000 Flat Top American Screw Cap Roller Ball and Fountain pens. These new roller ball and fountain pens have the same, great features as the original versions but, also features a new stylish domed cap finial, all metal nib and sections and a classic designed center band. 

 Cap screws on barrel with a fast 1/4 turn (Quad Thread).
 Cap posts on end of barrel with a fast 1/4 turn
 Requires no cap adjustment or readjustment
 Tight seal to keep ink fresh

This is a true "professional" looking and functioning pen! The new flat top is also available in a Fountain Pen or Ballpoint version. 

New Series Screwcap Instructions.pdf

For this kit you will also need -

  • Mandrel Shaft B
  • Bushing set 35A or 2B
  • Drill Bit Letter V


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Product questions

  • Dennis
    Mar 1, 2020, 11:45 PM

    In the items “needed “ it list shaft B, but in the instructions it says shaft A?
    Which is correct? Are there “turn between center” bushings available for this kit? Thanks.

    Mar 2, 2020, 12:30 AM

    Hi Dennis! The normal Shaft A (7mm) will work fine, just use the Berea bushings with an "A" destination. Berea has two "classes" of mandrels (and bushings)..A & B. A is your normal 7mm, B is thicker & beefier. Because B is thicker, it also requires the B bushings that have a larger diameter thru-hole. These days most use the more common A.

    As fas as I know, there are not TBC bushings for this kit.

  • Dennis McGill
    Dec 2, 2019, 07:07 PM

    What are the drill bit sizes required for this pen?

    Dec 2, 2019, 07:59 PM

    Hi Dennis,

    You will need a Letter V Drill Bit.