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    Default Switching Equiptment.

    Just curious when you get a new piece of equiptment how long does it take to adjust? I've been using the Rycom for a really long time and personally love it. I have heard that we will be going with the 8000s eventually and I am already not looking forward to the switch. I know the 8000 would be nice with the radio mode and better power mode but I just "know" what the Rycom is telling me all the time. I hate to relearn a new peice of equiptment.

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    Default Re: Switching Equiptment.

    few weeks for the ones i've switched from!!! metrotech ,rd, to subsite!
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    Default Re: Switching Equiptment.

    Yahoo ur lucky I want a sub but the rd is fine I suppose
    "The truth is rarely pure and never simple"-Oscar Wilde

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    Default Re: Switching Equiptment.

    I've used Metrotech, RD, Pipe Horn, Sub Site, Rycom, Ridgid and Dynatel. Currently I am using Ridgid offset with Rycom and 2 different models of Dynatel on a daily basis plus a GPR.
    I wish I could have one of each from every (reputable) company.

    They ALL seem to have different good qualities and different draw backs to their use (in private locating anyway).

    So I guess switching isn't really that big of a deal if your already use to it.

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    Default Re: Switching Equiptment.

    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenboy View Post
    Just curious when you get a new piece of equiptment how long does it take to adjust? I've been using the Rycom for a really long time and personally love it. I have heard that we will be going with the 8000s eventually and I am already not looking forward to the switch. I know the 8000 would be nice with the radio mode and better power mode but I just "know" what the Rycom is telling me all the time. I hate to relearn a new peice of equiptment.
    Best way to go is cold turkey, because you will always fall back on the Rycom if it still in your truck. Pull it off like a Band Aid, one quick rip....

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