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tapitt

Member Since 06 Dec 2016
Offline Last Active Oct 09 2018 06:04 PM
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In Topic: FS HUGYFOT D7000 set

03 July 2018 - 12:53 AM

sold


In Topic: 3D Printed Nauticam Float Arm Bayonet Holder

01 February 2018 - 09:12 AM

I thought the original Nauticam carbon-fiber float arms were 60mm or 90mm, whereas the current Nauticam float arms are either 70mm or 90mm. My two original 90mm arms flooded, and were replaced by Nauticam with the newly designed ones, 90mm. I also have two 60mm arms, that I'm only using because of the 60mm bayonet holder on one of them. I do not understand this reference to 80mm arms; I can't find any current or old arm descriptions of that diameter.

 

My float arm are not nauticam. They are Meikon brand.


In Topic: 3D Printed Nauticam Float Arm Bayonet Holder

01 February 2018 - 03:31 AM

Hi guy

 

I know this post was long time ago but i just come here to say thank you to "Thetricker" the owner of this post your works so amazing!!!

I downloaded your file and print it to use with my carbon fibre float arm. Actually my float arms diameter is 80 mm. so i have to fix it to suite them.

Then i post my file here if someone who owned 80 mm. float.

 

https://drive.google...iew?usp=sharing

 

Also here are the pics when assembly on my carbon fibre float arms.

 

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In Topic: Need help hugyfot D7000 cannot removed ext. port

15 August 2017 - 06:56 PM

I have that problem a lot with my Sea & Sea port extensions.  I used to use a giant channel lock wrench cushioned with rags, but have since got a rubber strap wrench at the local hardware store that works quite well.  I take it on all my trips with me.  Plastic handle, long rubber strap folds over.  Trigger tightens the strap, then you just bend it left until it breaks loose.

Great to hear that just not me facing this problem also thank you for your tip Larry C.
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In Topic: Need help hugyfot D7000 cannot removed ext. port

15 August 2017 - 06:06 AM



I had the same problem a couple of years ago (with the exact same housing and port extension). I gently used the same rubber band trick (oil filter tool was too small). Since then I make sure to lube the oring every time and remove the extension ring immediatly after use. Never had the problem anymore since then.


Then i try to remove port as soon as possible to prevent this problem but sometime after finished dive i have to drive 3 hours back and may not covenience to do that.
Anyway thanks for your suggestion jefdriesan [emoji1]

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