SOLD!!! Steel HP 120 doubles and Pelican case $325

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greymutt

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Up for sale are is 1 set of Steel HP 120 doubles with manifolds and bands. They are in hydro thru 5/22 but are not in VIP. Tanks are in good used shape. Maybe PST HP 120's with 7/8 neck (not sure)

Located in Thorndale, PA; willing to drive within 25 miles of zip code 19372

$400 cash or Venmo for the set
 

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I'm interested, do they take 3/4 valves, or the other size that I can't remember? I think it's like 15/16ths...
 

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Can you tell me whomakes them, and why you getting rid of them?
 
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I don't see a manufacturer label; could be Worthington. I am selling my doubles and majority of scuba equipment because my asthma has gotten too bad to do serious diving. I hope in the future to maybe do some simple Caribbean diving, but for now it's not in the cards.
 

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Hmmmm, really wanting 3/4 neck... Is there any easy way to tell other than pulling the valve off and getting out a pitch gauge?
 

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That Sherwood manifold actually came in 3/4" (part number SVB6306D) AND 7/8" (part number SVB6307D). That being said I have it on a set of 7/8" doubles and I can almost guarantee those are 7/8" necks from looking at it.
 
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