Any mathematicians out there ,as I am Math challenged
I am taking my rib trout fishing for its vacation in fresh water this week
Going up to the Laguna Mountains at an altitude of over 6,000 ft.
Was thinking for a laugh what size my 50cm tubes would be (If they could stretch and remain at the same pressure ) .
Luckily I have pressure relief valves fitted ,but learned from experience after taking my SIB up there several years ago.The thing was taught enough to pop ,even after 2 pressure relief stops!
Even more fun on the way back when the tubes were normal at altitude and then turned into a "floppy pile of hypalon" back at sea level and almost flew off the trailer.
Trying to get an idea of the differance , so I can let out (say half ) the air at sea level and maybe will be just right when we get there.
Taking orders for trout now