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I don't dive anymore and sold my Subal housing last year and just moved into a new house. Just opened a box and have a few items that I need to sell.

 

Subal bayonet adapter BJAD34

2 lens gears, I think one fits a Canon 17-40 but not sure.

2 flotation arms, 2" diameter 9" long and 11" long (ballhead to ballhead)

Sea & Sea sync cord 5 pin Nikonos to 5 pin Sea & Sea strobe

various ballhead housing mounts

 

Make offers (reasonable offers please) on these. Prices do not include shipping and I will only ship to the continental USA. Paypal please.

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Subal bayonet adapter BJAD34 $50 + shipping

2 flotation arms, 2" diameter 9" long and 11" long (ballhead to bullhead) $25.00 each + shipping

Sea & Sea sync cord 5 pin Nikonos to 5 pin Sea & Sea strobe $60.00 + shipping

various ballhead housing mounts $20.00 + shipping

2 lens gears, I think one fits a Canon 17-40 but not sure. $10.00 for both + shipping

 

Or make offers. Can't dive anymore so just want to get these to someone who can use them.

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Both flotation arms and the lot of adapters are SOLD.

Only have the lens gears, Subal port adapter, and S&S sync cord left.

Thanks!

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Good day. I am interested in the Subal lens gears and port adapter My email is 68.elias@gmail.com

California, zip 90275. $25. ? Elias Amador

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Good day. I am interested in the Subal lens gears and port adapter My email is 68.elias@gmail.com

California, zip 90275. $25. ? Elias Amador

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I might be interested in the gears. I'm experimenting with using one of my ports on a different lens and wondered whether they might work. Can you tell me the inside diameter of the gears in millimeters, and if possible, the distance between the peaks of the gear teeth?

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