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Old 4th February 2009, 03:46 PM   #1
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Default WTB a few RCA shoulder washers

Well Hidee-Ho.... to all my friends in Audio land,

At Burning Amp '07 Papa was nice enough to give me (I took 'em)
a set of 8 RCA chassis jacks mounted to an aluminum plate. Thanks PaPa! But I need 4 shoulder (isolation) washers to build them into my Aikido Preamp. I really don't want to buy 100 of these just for few I need.
Anybody have a few they would like to sell off and help a brother out?
I'm not sure if there is a standard size to the threaded barrel but these measure .31" or just under 8mm.

I know I could mount them on a thin sheet of ABS or Plexiglas but I want it to look professional.
Other ideas welcomed with appreciation.
Sacramento CA
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Old 4th February 2009, 09:53 PM   #2
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Are your jacks needing 1/4" holes?

I have a few Keystone #4711 fibre shoulder washers here.

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Old 5th February 2009, 01:18 AM   #3
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Geek,
Yes, 1/4" would work, if you have 4 you could spare that would be great. How much would you like for them? Trade perhaps? I'll send you 2 brand new in the wrapper Westcap .33uF PIO caps? They look like they could be twins of Vitamin Qs. I have not heard them as they were purchase for my Preamp build. I bought extras

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Geek,
I just Google mapped your city, not that far from a small lot I owned for a short time. Just across the straights from you in Nanaimo. What a wonderful place that was, Nice people too. I miss the pine trees. Wifee and I lived at Lake Tahoe for 20 years, same kind of place and kind folks.

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Old 5th February 2009, 03:57 AM   #5
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Hi Ron,

It's a trade

Let's trade addresses: geek <at> scorpiorising <dot> ca

Nanaimo is a fair distance from me actually, but any property on the "Republic of Vancouver Island" ( (tm) chrisb ) is pretty much worth a fortune, recession or not.

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Gregg,
They go out tomorrow, family came over today and didn't get to the mail. Tomorrow for sure!

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No worries mate! Got yours out today

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