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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRedDiver View Post
    I implemented the baffles last night with some 1" tube webbing I had and some plastic rods cut out of some very thick hangers... rather than sewing it in, I sandwiched the rods in between my two MSR bladders (redundant lift for steels+wetsuits) using assembly sex-bolts to hold them together (burned holes in the tube webbing at the ends)... worked pretty well and I can swap out the baffle rods if they break (I hate plastic, but was late and I had it available) or remove if I don't like how it performs in the water.

    Thanks for the idea
    I would not put them inside, you will rip the seams apart, to much point pressure on the fabric where the rods touch. You can use a screw with washer trough the eyelets of the bags and drill holes in the rod ..

    Eric


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    Eric,

    Thanks for that. That's a good price too.
    Also, where did you get that little tool from?
    Thanks in advance


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    Quote Originally Posted by Doberman View Post
    Also, where did you get that little tool from?
    Thanks in advance
    http://www.divegearexpress.com/bcs/bcdparts.shtml
    look in the list near the bottom, Bladder Flange Tool


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    Hi! Very good work! But i have some little question...the inflator hose fit to msr bag? The are "instruction list " to copy your solution? Using Dry suit how many weight are ou using? thanks... 6l or 10 litri for the msr bag?
    Marco


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    You need to cut the holes yourself and flanges for the opv and for the elbow.
    https://www.divegearexpress.com/blad...ermediate-seal

    The amount of lift you need depends on your setup an how much gas you intend to carry.



 

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