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Old 7th June 2010, 01:42 AM   #1
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Default MONSTER sized heatsinks!

OH these are killing me to have to let go of....I have been saving these for myself and I am in a bad crunch and just have to accept the loss.

Monster sized heatsinks. these are almost 14" tall by about 7" wide and FOUR INCHES thick! deepest fins i have ever seen! thick thick aluminum, about 15-20lbs each sink at a guess.

I was saving these for that monster sized 200 watt pch mono block amp design that I was hoping to build and it just has never come around!

THESE ARE BIG! and i mean BIG! yes that is a sharpie standing there next to them!


I have sold a couple pairs a few years ago...I have 3 pairs left to sell.

$150pr shipped within the US Paypal only
$275 for 2 pairs, $400 for all 3 pairs
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2 pairs pending.


The photos just don't do these things justice!
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2 pairs have been sold. one pair left!
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Still one pair left! Must sell!
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Old 6th July 2010, 03:33 AM   #8
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Last pair of these. BTW a pair weighs in at 35 lbs! these are not lightweights that's for sure! they are rather tall, you could cut them in half and they would be about perfect height and one pair would then make 4 heatsinks. or use them sideways for stereo amp, or put one as the top of the chassis for mono blocks.

Willing to listen to offers for this last pair. Must sell this week! or they might just have to go to the aluminum scrappers!
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I got mine today. The pics don't do justice to these monsters. The tapped holes on the sides will make it easy to incorporate them into a chassis design. Nicely packed also. Thanks!
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