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Drysuit Hoses

Drysuit Hoses

 

Standard Connector Machined Brass Ends   Northeast Scuba Supply, Inc. has these hoses made by a vendor.  Instead of the rounded style or small knurled versions, these have a large brass end that has a distinctive edge to make it easier to grab with gloves.  Our in stock inventory is available in 2 inch increments.  If you do not see the length you are looking for please contact us as we can special order them.      Important Note: These are the standard connector drysuit hoses.  They will fit many brands to determine if your drysuit has a standard connector, try hooking your BC hose into it.  If it goes in than yours is a standard connector.       Johns Words of Wisdom: Hose is leaking.  There are four parts on a Drysuit hose that can fail below is listed the problem and remedies 1. Leaking from Rubber material (Order new hose)   2. Leaking from Crimp Area – (Order Hose) – in a pinch at a dive site you can clamp the crimp with a pair of pliers and it will usually stop the leaking.  This is only temporary to get you and your buddy back in the water   3. Leaking from Quick Connect End (not hooked to power inflator) This is a worn or corroded Schrader valve.  These are the same Schrader valves in     tires.  Replace the Schrader valve with a new one and you are back in business.   4. Leaking from QD when attached to Power Inflator This is a bad o-ring on inside of the quick disconnect.  Just take a pick with a hook end and yank that sucker out of there.  The o-ring replacement size is 011.  Just lube a new one up and push it into the grove. This is harder than it sounds.   5. O-rings needed for repairs             011 on first stage             011 on QD Side