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The original hogarthian reg set up

Discussion in 'Hogarthian Diving' started by DanaHunt, Jan 4, 2019.

  1. kensuf

    kensuf Cave Instructor

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    Yes.
     
  2. DanaHunt

    DanaHunt DIR Practitioner

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    Well my goal was to make a throwback conshelf rig, but din and environmental kits. Two arctic explorer kits showed up today. Din kits to follow..

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  3. ams511

    ams511 Solo Diver

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  4. DanaHunt

    DanaHunt DIR Practitioner

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    @ams511 No, no rush just yet. ..
     
  5. Nemrod

    Nemrod Solo Diver

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    The old Sherwood double manifold is non-isolating and has the center post plus one. These, coincidentally with Conshelf XIV, are still my primary doubles rig and it is Hog compliant. The Conshelf XIV or similar variations, especially with the environmental first stage, are exceptionally durable and reliable and can be tuned to be on par with any plastic fantastic. The Kirby second was based on them. The last of the run, mostly military, had the best hose routing and a port in the second stage for tool access to make adjustment easier.

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