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    Aiming for 12 Channel Crossings ! Trumble's Avatar
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    o-ring size on MP pipe that attaches to AP BOV

    Anyone know the size of the o-ring which fits inside the hose which screws onto the AP BOV ?

    Was diving at the weekend and it was leaking (or so my buddy said thats where it was coming from.

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    infact - just how do you change it ??

    ive got some ring picks which i guess i can get it out with but how do you get a new one back in place ?
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    Normal second stage hose size is BS010 unless it's some oddball.

    I'd ring AP, they're pretty helpful with O ring sizes

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    Normal second stage hose size is BS010 unless it's some oddball.

    I'd ring AP, they're pretty helpful with O ring sizes
    Yes, I think this is right - the hose is the same as a regulator hose, same as the solenoid hose, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt View Post
    Yes, I think this is right - the hose is the same as a regulator hose, same as the solenoid hose, etc.
    I replaced mine with another normal regulator hose and it just fitted.
    I'd never considered that it might be non-standard and it wasn't.
    I think that makes it a -010
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