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Parts for old conshelfs?

Discussion in 'Regulators' started by fishmunger, Apr 3, 2007.

  1. james croft

    james croft Solo Diver

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    I have a bunch of Conshelfs, 6 through 14's, Conshelf supremes, SE-2's etc. I guess I have dozens of them. They will never quit. I have an SE-2 I have never overhauled that I have been diving since 1987. I just want to see how long it takes for something needs to be fixed. Take care of them and they will last you forever. Add a cold water kit to the first stage and use it with a Conshelf 14 and it is an excellent cold water reg that is extremely hard to get to freeflow. Call Phil and get some kits.
     
  2. Hallmac

    Hallmac Instructor, Scuba

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    I don't know why you can't find parts for them, the dive shop I teach and work for has been in business since 1959, I think we still have boxes of parts from back then. ask for 9000-01 first stage kits, and 9000-13 second stage kits. you should find most of what you need.
     
  3. fishmunger

    fishmunger Nassau Grouper

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    both shops i went to said they weren't "allowed" to sell to me...?
     
  4. paulwlee

    paulwlee Divemaster

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    If I understand this correctly, looks like your regulators use the same parts as a current model. (At least the SE2 used the same parts as the Titan.)
    So the issue then is not availability of parts, but whether dive shops will sell those parts to an individual. Very few shops in the US do.
     
  5. oscar_2424

    oscar_2424 Nassau Grouper

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    Any aqualung dealer should have plenty of kits available.
     

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