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Old 04-10-2017, 09:47:05 AM
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Still have my first and second receivers. 40mtr command rx and a BC 348. Antenna-less right now (with 5 open acres, go figure that).
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B, it's not just the medical industry that sticks it to you...
I have a 2004 GMC Sierra pickup, the printed board in the instrument panel hasn't worked in 9 years.. the TAC reads 5000 rpm the speedo is stuck at 97 mph the oil pressure gauge sits at zero and the temp gauge never move's.
The only thing that does work it the odometer.
$300. To repair the damm thing, with no guarantee that it will last once you pull out of the parking lot...
Try going to a U pull it wrecking yard. My buddy bought one for his truck for $25. He just wrote down the original miles on old odometer.
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I bet that beast is a heavy dude!!!! I used to have a Sherwood S9910 stereo reciever that I bought in 1973, that was quite heavy because of the power transformers.
About 70 Lbs. Nice compact footprint though, 16X16X7 so it sits just about anywhere. Well, anywhere strong enough!
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