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Old 23rd June 2008, 12:01 PM   #1
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Default WIMA MKS2-XL 10uf / 50v 5mm pitch

i have 3 pairs of Wima MKS2-XL series caps. They are a New product by Wima. High Capacitance Metalized Polyester Film in a 5mm lead package. Very hard to find, as they are special order direct from Wima.

10uf / 50v - 5mm lead spacing
$8 / pair
if anyone is interested let me know.

US shipping $2.50
International $12.50 - USPS Priority Mail
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Hi, do you still have these caps for sale
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