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To: Multiple recipients of list wreckdiver <>
From: "Howard Coffey" <travel@wi*.co*>
Subject: RE: Pony Bottle mounting help needed.
Date: Wed, 8 Dec 1999 16:27:42 -0500

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[]On Behalf Of sue tyner
Sent: December 07, 1999 8:06 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list wreckdiver
Subject: Re: Pony Bottle mounting help needed.

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From: Craig Muir <craig_muir@ya*.co*>
To: Multiple recipients of list wreckdiver <>
Date: Monday, December 06, 1999 3:29 PM
Subject: Re: Pony Bottle mounting help needed.

>Hi Bill
>An OMS steel 45 may be a bit big for a pony tamer.
>I'd try hanging it on your front side like a stage
>bottle. There are a few good web-pages on stage bottle
>rigging, so have a look witha good search engine.  If
>you're carrying a bottle that's that big, have you
>ever considered using doubled up 80's?  That would
>solve the air usage problem, and the second 80 is
>nearly the same weight as a steel 45.
>Good luck
>--- Bill Libecap <mr_bill@ma*.co*> wrote:
>> Hi
>> I would like some good advice on pony bottle
>> mounting.
>> First let me describe the situation. I have a Tek bc
>> and will be doing some deep, open water, rec/reef
>> dives from a boat. At this point I am not great on
>> air usage and like the confort of having a second
>> reserve / safety air supply. The question is how do
>> I mount this.
>> As I will be flying into key west and doing boat
>> dives I will be limited to the standard 80CF tank. I
>> have a 45Cf OMS bottle that I intend to use. Some of
>> my thoughts are a second reg assembly, first stage,
>> second stage and pressure gauge. I also was thinking
>> of mounting the tank upside down.
>> The reason I am asking these questions is to draw on
>> your experience and knowledge. No flames please and
>> direct reply's are great.
>> Thanks for you help
>> Bill Libecap
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>Craig Muir
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