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I've added a new page to my website. It's basically advice to a beginner on setting up a wing for a successfull first dive.

All feedback appreciated..

Wing guide
 

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<font color='#000080'>Nice page Dominic,

No doubt some of your comments will cause contention but hey all in all a nice considered approach.

Daz
 

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Nice one Dom - I`ll try some of the tips - also - the higher the tanks, the more ease at getting to those isolation knobs  


Thanks for the tips
 

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It kinda assumes single cylinder for a lot of the page, so I didn't include the shutdown part. But maybe I will throw it in after all.. it'll be something to add to the "holistic" part
 

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Good stuff again Dom.  However, what is "wrong" when done with a wing is "right" if you use a BC.  

The low slung cylinder etc is exactly in line with what you are talking about because the lift in a BC is around your waist.

I really want to try a wing......
 

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<font color='#000080'>Hi Lou,

If we ever end up diving in the same place at the same time you are welcome to give mine a try.

It is a diverite trekwing on a transpac harness,  so quite suitable for singles or small twins.

Daz
 
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