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For Sale Double tank valve manifold and brackets

Discussion in 'Classifieds: Tanks, Valves and Bands' started by Hogfxstxc, Aug 2, 2020.

  1. TrimixToo

    TrimixToo Regular of the Pub

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    Staying on topic! Who'd a thunk it was possible? (Grin.)
     
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  2. Hogfxstxc

    Hogfxstxc Angel Fish

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    225.00, let's get these sold!
     
  3. Andy_Mason

    Andy_Mason DIR Practitioner

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    Don't most flags have the stripe running from the same corner to corner on both sides? If so wouldn't one side always look like a distress signal and the other side a diver down signal? If so then the orientation depends on which side of the flag you're looking at.
     
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  4. Rose Robinson

    Rose Robinson Nassau Grouper

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    Andy,

    No.

    Both sides are printed top left, bottom right.

    Remember, in most cases, dive flags flap in the breeze,and change from side to side as frequently as the wind direction changes, therefore, distress/no distress/distress/no distress, would hardly be desirable.

    Rose.
     
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  5. Andy_Mason

    Andy_Mason DIR Practitioner

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    Yeah that would make sense...not all of them are like that however....

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  6. Rose Robinson

    Rose Robinson Nassau Grouper

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    Andy,

    Suggest taking this up with our resident Dive Historian, because as far as Sam Miller is concerned, all of these illustrations indicate Diver In Distress, but only on one side, and that's the same, whether it's right side up, or upside down.

    This dog chased its tail once already.

    Rose.
     
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  7. Andy_Mason

    Andy_Mason DIR Practitioner

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    Yeah this is way off the original thread topic anyhow...I probably should have taken my question elsewhere. Thanks!
     

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