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Old 4th July 2009, 02:41 PM   #1
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Found this in the garage the other day. I have no idea what it is though! X245 returns nothing useful on google. Anyone recognise the tube from sight alone?

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Old 4th July 2009, 02:50 PM   #2
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Looks like a 45. Lucky guy!

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Hmm, picture of globe shaped 45 from tube deput

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Hope you have good locks on your doors!

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Found this in the garage the other day. I have no idea what it is though! X245 returns nothing useful on google. Anyone recognise the tube from sight alone?
Look really closely at the base, and you'll see the remnants of the letter "C" before the "X-245"

If you google CX-245 you'll find your tube. It's a nice 45 type, as already pointed out...

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PS .. need any help cleaning out your garage?
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I have found some interesting things in my garage and basement, but nothing anywhere near that choice...
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