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Look what got delivered today! Mark X 2nd stage

Discussion in 'Vintage Diving & Equipment' started by thbcthomas, Feb 11, 2021.

  1. thbcthomas

    thbcthomas Manta Ray

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    Found a great deal on offer up and they we willing to ship from CA to TX. Super excited about the one with an orange diaphram!
    All the 108s have an adapter on them and the port is angled. Are all 108s like that hey?
    They also sent a bunch of stickers, if anyone is interested in them, you can have them. 16130677263186159330639971824306.jpg
     

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  2. rhwestfall

    rhwestfall Woof! ScubaBoard Sponsor

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    Nice looking batch of shiny things. Really nice if those are 108Hp models...
     
  3. thbcthomas

    thbcthomas Manta Ray

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    @rhwestfall, Not the best picture but is this a 108hp? 20210211_191554.jpg
     
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  4. rhwestfall

    rhwestfall Woof! ScubaBoard Sponsor

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    Yep! Sweet!
     
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  5. thbcthomas

    thbcthomas Manta Ray

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    Awesome, it is an even better deal than I thought.
     
  6. Scuba Lawyer

    Scuba Lawyer Manta Ray

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    With all those stickers you might suffer an "emblem-ism." :)

    P.S. Great score!
     
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  7. thbcthomas

    thbcthomas Manta Ray

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    I found another great regulator, a 1st and 2nd Mark X. Owner bought it while traveling in Europe back in the late 80's and only used it a couple of times. This one was much more difficult to get, as I had to drive 3+ hours round-trip to pick it up, and schedule a time that the seller could have someone meet me so I could pick it up, he was in Brazil. I think it was worth the drive, but I don't think I can dive it, it may just go on display. 20210207_141032.jpg
     
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  8. rhwestfall

    rhwestfall Woof! ScubaBoard Sponsor

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    Wow!
     
  9. Angelo Farina

    Angelo Farina Marine Scientist

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    I am currently diving my Mark X dual-balanced (which actually is called a 156), after upgrading with the S-wing poppet of a G260. Why shouldn't you dive your one? It is a great reg!
    Can you post a photo from above and from behind? I would like to understand if this is the latest model, featuring a larger exhaust valve... My one is the first Mark X-156, which means that technically the body is still the same as a 109.
     
  10. thbcthomas

    thbcthomas Manta Ray

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    @Angelo Farina, the reason I wouldn't dive it is because it is to nice, I don't want to scuff it up.
    I will get pictures later.
     
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