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Old 21st September 2005, 05:24 AM   #1
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Default 24 NOS heatsinks 10" x 4" x 1.25"

Apologies if it offends anyone, but I listed them on eBay, item #
7548292579

because it assures closure. It's been my experience that forums cause interest accompanied by delay, indecision and reneging.

Maybe not this group, so please don't be offended. It's just happened to me everywhere else :O)

9-7/8" x 4" base x 5/16" base + 15/16" fins with two hole sets for TO-3 (called TO-204 now?).

Base is 1/4" thick in transistor mounting area.

21 fins grouped as 5-5-6-5 (strange).

Black anodized overall, plastic shrinkwrapped, new old stock.
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