I am using twin Faber steels can this system be mounted on this bc?
TATIANA P I'm using twin worthington steels (I think the same) wih this BC.
ANDREW F yes, singles swim a little bit, but doubles fit great.
AARON V Should work fine. A buddy of mine uses his with twin LPS 105s.
GRADY D Yes. The holes are set up for a standard band separation on a set of twins. In my opinion though, the lift capacity of this wing lends itself better to a single cylinder, recreational setup - that is how I use it. Good wing though - no complaints.
GEORGE W i haven't tried it with doubles it might have enough lift. but i would probally go with the 70 lb
JAMES M I used this on a single Faber LP95 and found it to be much too large physically for a single steel. I've never used twin-sets, so i can't say how well is would work with a set. Not sure it would have the lift necessary to offset the negative bouyancy of twin steels though.
LT COL KEN B Say you were using twin 20 ltr tanks this may not give you the lift nor be long enough.
LT COL KEN B Depends upon the size of tank, your weight and weigh carried. This will provde 45 lbs of lift. It will lift me with twin 10 ltrs, 44 lbs of weights, a dry suit, one 3 ltr stage and I am 14 stone.
If you are a big guy and plan to have stage tanks go for a bigger lift. Go for 60 lb size.
Prehaps an email to OMS, telling what weight you are and what equipment you plan to dive with.