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Old 05 July 2014, 06:04   #11
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Mine measures about 19.3mm diameter, 23.6mm from shoulder to tip, and 20.5mm from tip to gasket. The bayonet tab is 7.4mm, the opening behind the tab is 8.1mm, and the side slots are 4.4mm



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Jyaski, we were going well until the side slots. Thank you for that.
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LOL. I was wondering how confused I could get you.

Side slots are the vertical (assuming you're holding the adaptor with the openings up and down) openings between the two bayonet prongs (If you think of the prong as an L shape, it's the distance between the end of the short L segment on one prong to the side of the long L segment on the other prong.) [as if that'll clear things up...]

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Old 06 July 2014, 23:41   #13
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Here's a link to the Bravo catalogue which have different types of adapters and other things.
http://www.scoprega.it/wp-content/uploads/catalogo.pdf
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All Asian sibs/ribs uses Halkey Roberts clones. Could be PRCH or Korean made, will need this type of valve adapter. Which valve is yours, the yellow pin valve is the original HR.

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I have one thats,

19.18mm dia
total length tip of tabs to gasket 24.34mm
length of tabs 5.49mm
total depth of slots 20.72 to top of tabs
width of slots 5.0mm
inner diameter 12.5mm

It came from mailspeed marine in the uk.
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Old 08 July 2014, 03:38   #16
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Thanks for all the responses. Will get measuring as soon as I get home.
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LOL. I was wondering how confused I could get you.



Side slots are the vertical (assuming you're holding the adaptor with the openings up and down) openings between the two bayonet prongs (If you think of the prong as an L shape, it's the distance between the end of the short L segment on one prong to the side of the long L segment on the other prong.) [as if that'll clear things up...]



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Hahaha. Okay, get it now.
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Old 08 July 2014, 04:35   #18
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All Asian sibs/ribs uses Halkey Roberts clones. Could be PRCH or Korean made, will need this type of valve adapter. Which valve is yours, the yellow pin valve is the original HR.



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My attention to detail is not enough to see any real difference between the Korean and Chinese valves but it does look like them.
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The difference is that both grey HR valves slightly varies its diam interior and central pin height, but hose adapter shown will match with no issues both valves.

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Thank you everyone for the input. Will order a HR even though they look quite different and will keep you posted.
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