I think so,but you will still need to use part #39 in this schematic... http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/pid=0/sid=877/schematicsdetail/90-Two
as the hole for the guide rod in the Slide is larger on a Dash.
Steve Bedair makes a "captive" metal unit. $45 USD shipped,but he needs your old one 1st.
Not bad,considering what Brownells wants for replacement plastic.
I wouldn't bother. Use that money to buy a few boxes of ammo and shoot it...
No. The plastic unit with sand cuts was added to improve reliability.
have to replace the Recoil Spring at some point,and while the captured polymer guiderod with fluting may
improve reliability ,it's a PITA.
And there are "tolerances" built into the metal rods.
Just don't have your Slide locked back and drop your weapon...
Brownells wants $50+ USD for a replacement polymer "Captured" guide rod assembly for 92-A1 / Dash Two...... . if
, they have them in stock,let alone the parts necessary.
Were you to just replace the spring ,it's easy to mess up the prongs on the end cap.It's a crapshoot at best.
just reuse the rod and bushing.
If you want to stay with a "captured" assembly,it's cheaper to get the metal one from Olhasso.
Remove a small allen screw from the end,and replace spring when necessary.
Cheapest solution when it's time to change recoil spring,is buy new spring,re-use referenced bushing and rod you have, and be done.
Next is buy a metal guiderod,new spring,and re-use referenced Plastic part.
1 more option for you;
Draw your own conclusion
Just enjoy your pistol for now. I also have a 90-Two that I LOVE. The most handsome pistol I own. Shoots great too. I stippled the grip on mine but she's otherwise stock.