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Scubapro Parts I.D Help

Discussion in 'Vintage Double Hose' started by Bryan@Vintage Double Hose, Aug 8, 2018.

  1. Bryan@Vintage Double Hose

    Bryan@Vintage Double Hose Instructor, Scuba

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    I got a lot of parts in trade and I want to be sure I identify them all correctly before I put them in the website store.

    Part #1
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    Part # 2
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  2. rsingler

    rsingler Scuba Instructor, Tinkerer in Brass Staff Member ScubaBoard Sponsor

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    Picture #1 looks a lot like an old Dacor seat and HP spring. To know which model it applies to, I'd need shaft length and whether or not there's an internal bore in the seat shaft. There were three different seat mods to the Dacor 900 series, as I recall. I'll get out my manuals if you have dimensions.

    Picture #2 is a D-series poppet stem, PN 11-012-106, with seat oring 01-050-399. You'll also need an equivalent for the bottom o-ring 01-050-323. I can find those measurements, if you'd like.
     
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  3. Bryan@Vintage Double Hose

    Bryan@Vintage Double Hose Instructor, Scuba

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    I guessed DACOR as well but all these parts came from someone who retired from S-Pro. That's where I was confused!
     
  4. Bryan@Vintage Double Hose

    Bryan@Vintage Double Hose Instructor, Scuba

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    Part #3
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    Part #4
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    Part #5
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  5. rsingler

    rsingler Scuba Instructor, Tinkerer in Brass Staff Member ScubaBoard Sponsor

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    Lol, it's stump the dummy time!
    Part #3 - Mk 10+/Mk 25 HP seats. I'll take ten, thank you! PN 10-101-161. PM me.
    Part #4 I just don't know. Depending upon whether it fits in a Mk 5 or Mk 10 seat carrier, it could be an aftermarket cone seat. On the other hand, it also looks very much like some Oceanic and Dacor seats I've used. Measurements? That's not a "J" on the back of the seat, is it? Cant quite tell. If so, it's a new Atomic Jet seat.
    Part #5, I recognize but can't place. @herman ? Yes, it's Scubapro, but I can't recall where I saw the bumps. M50, I believe.
     
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  6. Bryan@Vintage Double Hose

    Bryan@Vintage Double Hose Instructor, Scuba

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    Robert, you know my E-mail if you are interested in taking all 14 of the seats I have.
    Part 4 has a number on the bag 10-600-123 if that helps.
    Part 5 diaphragm has P/N 11-250-1xx on it. Couv was thinking it would fit several regulators.
     
  7. Bryan@Vintage Double Hose

    Bryan@Vintage Double Hose Instructor, Scuba

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    Part #6
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    Part #7
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    Part #8
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  8. rsingler

    rsingler Scuba Instructor, Tinkerer in Brass Staff Member ScubaBoard Sponsor

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    e-mail on the way!
    Lol, you've sucked me in! If you'd posted the whole list of pics, I'd probably have let @couv handle it all.
    I'll check on that seat part number. Stand by.
    Part #6 is a modified Mk20/25 piston shaft ring PN 10-700-107 replaced by -105. The slit was an attempt to decrease the incidence of high frequency whine. Nobody uses them any more.
    Part #7 is a spring centering washer for a Mk10+, PN 10-500-118
    Part #8 is the TIB Piston bushing for the Mk10+, PN 10-500-114
     
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  9. Bryan@Vintage Double Hose

    Bryan@Vintage Double Hose Instructor, Scuba

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    I'm going to let Robert play deep sea detective with the huge lot of parts and then get them in the website store. At least I was able to get some balanced adjustable conversions back in stock!
     
  10. rsingler

    rsingler Scuba Instructor, Tinkerer in Brass Staff Member ScubaBoard Sponsor

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    But gentleman that he is, he offered me $12,500 for the detective work.
    Hard as it will be, how could I turn him down?
     
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