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Old 14th December 2008, 09:31 PM   #1
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Peter Daniels boards with Kiwame on board, Black Gates 100uf 50v, Mills resistors at the Mosfets. Been in use, just switching to F5. The Fets are on 5inch silver plated wire with the Mills right at the legs. This was to spread`them out on the sink. Can use them like that or mount them to the board.
$85 obo plus shipping for the pair
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I think the (8) blackgates are about $45 themselves and the Mills resistors are about $25
The Fets are matched and sourced from Tech-diy
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