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Old 27th May 2005, 10:04 PM   #1
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Default Large CG Caps For Sale

I have 12 of these 37,000uf @75VDC caps for sale.

$12US ea. plus shipping.

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Old 30th May 2005, 02:27 AM   #2
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How tall are they? I'm looking to upgrade my Two SA-220's with some new caps.

My height restriction is about 6", with screws, etc. I've actually got about 6.75 inches of overall space, but we don't want to get too close to the top cover....

I suspect they are the 5.75" versions. Sounds about right. You have 12, you say? How old are they? Put aside at least 8 for me.
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How tall are they? I'm looking to upgrade my Two SA-220's with some new caps.

My height restriction is about 6", with screws, etc. I've actually got about 6.75 inches of overall space, but we don't want to get too close to the top cover....

I suspect they are the 5.75" versions. Sounds about right. You have 12, you say? How old are they? Put aside at least 8 for me.
The Date Code say's 1991, though they have never been used.

As for hieght I am not sure at this moment, I will have to measure them and get back to you.

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Sorry Mate.

Ther are 6" from bottom to top of screw mount.

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paint them in tar and send them down the road then.

I'm toying with the ideer of driving to T-O for some insane reason. Probably becasue I have a ton of work I should be doing that I'd like to try and ignore for at least one more day.

ok. 'ow we gonna get this done? I'll think about it for a few more secs.
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paint them in tar and send them down the road then.

I'm toying with the ideer of driving to T-O for some insane reason. Probably becasue I have a ton of work I should be doing that I'd like to try and ignore for at least one more day.

ok. 'ow we gonna get this done? I'll think about it for a few more secs.
Be glad to have you over for a chat and a listen to some of my stuff if you like. The caps are with a friend out west and should be here in a few weeks.

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I have 12 of these 37,000uf @75VDC caps for sale.

$12US ea. plus shipping.

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Anthony
4 SOLD,

16 Left.

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4 SOLD,

16 Left.

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I mean 8 left, you subtract sold items not add them... Doh.
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I am adding 6 x 69,000uF @ 75VDC caps to the for sale pile.

Cornell Dublier, New, $20 US each. They are 5.75"x3" CG screw terminal. I will post a Photo later.

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