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    Default Scuba Tank Specifications

    http://www.tdl.divebiz.net/pub/tanks.html

    Very good (and up to date) comparison of tank sizes, pressures, weights.
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    Great link - thanks much.

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    Great reference Fred. Just don't let Polespear see it. He'll be diving Heiser 190s!

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    Jesus, didnt even know such a tank was produced...-62lbs full, you would need a 65lb bladder just to be able to trim that baby out at depth.

    But on a side note, I would love to have 4 of those Faber HP 133...then a couple LP108's.

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    UGH looks like that site is no more. Did anyone think ahead enough and copy the info down anywhere?

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    yes, I did. but I would have to email it to you. I don't know how to post it.

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    This is the one I used to use- they may have updated it somewhat...

    Scuba Cylinder Specification Chart from Huron Scuba, Ann Arbor Michigan
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    Better update it alot. Some very popular tanks are not included.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teh Wicked View Post
    Jesus, didnt even know such a tank was produced...-62lbs full, you would need a 65lb bladder just to be able to trim that baby out at depth.

    But on a side note, I would love to have 4 of those Faber HP 133...then a couple LP108's.
    i use a steel 130 from xs scuba with a 3mm suit and wood gun i need no weight. at 45-50 feet i have more than a hour of air even chasing fish
    give a man a fish he will eat for a day... teach a man to fish he will be frustrated for the rest of his life

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