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    Talking p-port size differences...

    Hi all,

    Just figured out that the old atlantis size p-ports have just a tad smaller inner diametre then the newer dolphin ones and some dolphin sized accesoires might not fit properly.
    Just a thought. :p

    Denz.

    PS I hope this is not too common knowledge and I'm just daft.

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    Re: p-port size differences...

    Quote Originally Posted by denzel
    Hi all,

    Just figured out that the old atlantis size p-ports have just a tad smaller inner diametre then the newer dolphin ones and some dolphin sized accesoires might not fit properly.
    Just a thought. :p

    Denz.

    PS I hope this is not too common knowledge and I'm just daft.
    Your right, some are as tight as a camels ass in a sandstorm. And no, its deffo not common knowledge.


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