Sometimes I impress even myself.
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Thanks Couv!. I don't quite know why I became fascinated with these type gauges but once I get an itch.....
Greg, anything is possible in love, war and vintage scuba gear. I simply printed out an o-ring chart and laid the old o-ring on various circles until I found one that fit (ID, OD, CS = -011). I also took calipers to the o-ring groove and that size matched the ID of the -011. Doesn't mean its not the other size though. If it blows up in your face, then I was wrong. Use your own discretion. MGreg Barlow wrote: ↑Thu Sep 12, 2019 12:51 pmMark, from your description of the rear o-ring installation, could it be that it might possibly be a -903, rather than a -011?
As I’ll be tackling my own gauge soon, I was wondering about the possibility.
A number of vintage regulators actually used a -903 for LP and HP glands rather than a -011. This is particularly true with the Voit models. While a -011 works, it is typically more of a crush fit.
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Thanks for the great information.
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