Hi I want to change my MK25 york to this DIN.
To do so, I need to get the special tool.
Can anybody advice where I can get the tool?
I have torque driver and extension bar.
COLIN W scubatools dot com you will need a 1" yoke nut.
the assembly dis-assembly instructions from somewhere online is pretty useful to ;)
STEVEN K I had them do it at the dive shop while servicing my reg. since i had the part they were taking the reg apart anyway they didnt charge me for it. I have no clue how to change it myself.
EDMOND J You just need Allen wrenches no special tool
STEPHEN P go to this web site. you need a 1" yoke nut socket for scubapro.
it can be found at scubatools com/c-15-scuba-tools-custom.aspx
JAMES W I have changed several MK25's to DIN - it's a simple task with the right tool, but any workshop can do it. Getting the tool is probably harder than finding a Scubapro service center!
WILLIAM K If you are referring to the yoke nut socket, I got mine at Scuba Tools, Inc. I'd provide a link to the part but LeisurePro doesn't allow it. They do have a website at www dot scubatools dot com. Just replace the "dot" with a ".".
The part number for the socket is 20-155-500. Hope this helps...
NICOLAS P To install the DIN connector you need a 5mm Allen key.
To remove the Yoke connector you need either a special ScubaPro tool or a large adjustable spanner wrench.
The large size is important, not for the nut size bot for the length of the jaw needed to grab the nut around the yoke. I have bought a cheap but large adjustable wrench at Home Depot, and have ground down it's jaw thickness to just about the bolt's contact surface height ( a few millimeters) . This last step is not absolutely necessary but allows for better control.
SCOTT F Here you go...
scubatools (dot) com/p-476-1-yoke-nut-socket.aspx
scubatools (dot) com/p-477-3-x-38-drive-extension.aspx
It's a very easy swap but make sure not to over torque. Spend $30 and get a torque wrench if you don't have one.