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Old 14th October 2010, 04:55 PM   #1
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Default WTB: Hammond 193M Choke

I know it's a long shot, but anybody have one setting idly in the parts bin?

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Because I'm lazy, what's an M? I beleive I have T's, 120mH 5A (2) and an ? 10mH 10A. I'll probably end up looking anyway...
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A 193M is 10H 300ma. I might consider a 193L, which is 5H 300ma. I'd certainly take a 193Q (10H 500ma) for the right price (though I'd have to measure my chassis first).

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If you end up having to buy new I think Angela has them the cheapest of all the web retailers last I checked.

Here: http://angela.com/hammondchoke193m.aspx

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Yeah, they seem the least expensive by a considerable margin. I just figured I'd check here first.

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