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    Default FS: Scubapro (Faber) LP80's

    I'm calling these LP80's but honestly I don't know exactly what they are (Faber tank experts step in here...). This is a matching pair of scubapro (faber) tanks, I believe the fill pressure is 2730 but I could be mis-reading the markings. they are 7.25" diameter but a touch shorter than some PST LP80's i've got. I pictured them next to my other pair of LP80's for reference. Tanks will go out of hydro in February, but are current on hydro/vip and both tanks and valves have been 02 cleaned. Valves are much newer thermo modular valves (right and left).

    Currently cave filled with 30%

    $450 for the set, pickup in st. augustine or drop off to cave country can be arranged.

    I'll be headded to Marrianna/Cave Adventurers next Sunday for a week of diving and can bring them along.

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    Default FS: Scubapro (Faber) LP80's

    What is the measurement standing from floor to top of cylinder minus valve? Very interested.


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    I'm currently out of town but I will get you measurements when I get back tomorrow

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    Tanks are roughly 22.25" tall


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    Ok, sorry. Not what I?m looking for.


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    Price drop... $400.

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    Bump

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    Forrest asked me to chime in here. I have a copy of every Scubapro Equipment Selection Guide (gear catalog) from 1995 through around 2004 or so, but I can't find them here at my house, so they must be somewhere in my mother's house in Georgia.

    So without being able to give a 100% definitive answer, I'm going to give a 90% sure answer and say 72 cubic feet @ 3000psi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sludge View Post
    Forrest asked me to chime in here. I have a copy of every Scubapro Equipment Selection Guide (gear catalog) from 1995 through around 2004 or so, but I can't find them here at my house, so they must be somewhere in my mother's house in Georgia.

    So without being able to give a 100% definitive answer, I'm going to give a 90% sure answer and say 72 cubic feet @ 3000psi.
    I don't want to argue with a reliable source, but it just seems weird when you line them up with the other tanks... I would think if anything perhaps 72 cubic ft. at 2400psi. perhaps they are really thick walled? Either way, they are nice little shorty tanks, great if you are a small person or looking for something less bulky than the longer LP85's. I'd think this would make a nice set of boat diving doubles that are easy to sling around and get on/off the boat with.

    My wife says I have too many tanks.. trying to thin the herd a little. $400


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    Quote Originally Posted by IowaCaveDiver View Post
    I don't want to argue with a reliable source
    I want to make sure you know I'm making an educated guess here. If I go to Georgia soon, or if my mother comes down here to visit, then maybe I can hold the book in my hand and give you a definitive answer.

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