Faber LP72 Value???

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Scared Silly

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Folks do the math, these are MP72s. And remember they are a full 72 at 3300psi.

For the OP. The MP72 are okay cylinders as singles. LP66 have better buoyancy characteristics. I had set of them as doubles years ago and sold them (with bands and a face sealing manifold) for $300. Probably worth about the same may be less $50 without the bands and manifold.
 

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Folks do the math, these are MP72s. And remember they are a full 72 at 3300psi.

For the OP. The MP72 are okay cylinders as singles. LP66 have better buoyancy characteristics. I had set of them as doubles years ago and sold them (with bands and a face sealing manifold) for $300. Probably worth about the same may be less $50 without the bands and manifold.

This is a new one for me. Never heard of a MP tank. And i own two... Ha!
Thanks for your help!
 

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This is a new one for me. Never heard of a MP tank. And i own two... Ha!
Thanks for your help!
I have seen these type mid pressure tanks a couple times. They are a little heavier. They would make ok sidemount tanks for drysuit diving, or CCR bailout with helium.
 

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They are fabulous cold water sump tanks. Might be hard to find a buyer in SC as they are a niche cylinder.
 

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