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Regulator servicing tools

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself - DIY' started by bruceb, Feb 12, 2005.

  1. bruceb

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  2. Dive4Life

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    Your link doesn't take me anywhere. Did type it properly? Just thought I would point that out.
     
  3. DA Aquamaster

    DA Aquamaster Directional Toast ScubaBoard Supporter

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    The link as written does not actually work. Instead you have to go to:

    http://www.aquaventure-scuba-club.co.uk/

    And then click on the radio button at the bottom of the page under reg servicing tools.

    The simple in line adjuster looks interesting.
     
  4. bruceb

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  5. AdamHorsman

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    Interesting, I'm still a fan of the balanced adjuster from www.scubatools.com, it makes it quite easy for fine adjustments to the cracking effort.

    Adam
     
  6. DA Aquamaster

    DA Aquamaster Directional Toast ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I have Peterbuilt's adjuster with the IP gauge, but I think the small size of Bruce's adjuster could be nice for doing adjustments in the field. But then again I can reverse by Peterbuilt adjuster and handle hex socket orifices with the same tool.

    Peterbuilt also has a bad habit of expensive shipping to overseas addresses, so that may be a factor in people choosing something else as well.
     
  7. bruceb

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    check out the site again for bespoke tools for Sherwood and Oceanic and a load of new bits.
     
  8. Scuba Tech

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    For North America Trident has a similar inline tool, doesn't look as good as Bruce's, but its cheep, also fits the smaller Oceanic and old Scubapro oriface slots.
     

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