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Futaba 35Mhz 7 channel receiver FOR SALE

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Tom T21/01/2012 22:12:07
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Hi everyone,
 
I'm selling my Futaba receiver (35Mhz 7 channel) its 10.99 + 2.99 postage, Unfortunately it does not have a crystal.
 
I fly 2.4Ghz so don't have a use for it anymore, if anyone wants to buy it please PM me or leave a comment below and i will PM you. (this is in the classified adds aswell)
 
I'm also selling my drum kit, so if anyone that is also a musician and would like to buy that then PM me again or leave a comment.....
 
I'm selling a few things to try and get a bit of money for the new modelling season....If you would like anymore details (details, photos etc) then feel free to ask and i will supply you with them. :D
 
Cheers
Tom
Tom T23/01/2012 18:02:16
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Everything is still for sale.......... pm me

Edited By Tim Mackey on 23/01/2012 19:50:07

Tom T24/01/2012 18:30:17
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Does anyone what to do a switch a roo? My futaba 7ch 35mhz receiver (worth £10.99) for a Spektrum orange 2.4ghz receiver? like this one HERE
 
Just a thought,
Cheers
Tom
Myron Beaumont24/01/2012 18:42:55
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Tom
Drummers are those guys that follow musicians around
Dusty24/01/2012 19:08:18
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You might get a faster sale on Ebay Tom
Tom T24/01/2012 22:38:24
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Myron, this is true... only did it for 3 years and then got bored when i found a much more interesting hobby (this one of course)
Dusty, I'm going to give it two more days and if it doesn't sell i will put it on ebay.... I've just got to get a little bit of money so i can buy two orange RX for my BH chippy and for the cessna 182.... :D
 
Tom
Steve W-O25/01/2012 04:33:52
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It is worth looking what they sell for on ebay (look at the minimum not the maximum)
 
One thing is for certain, if you put a high BIN, start price or reserve and it doesn't sell, it's a clear message the price is not correct.
 
Best is to start low and get some bidders to bid against each other, if there is only one bidder, there is no urge to bid again
Tom T25/01/2012 08:07:52
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Ok I will take a look on Ebay, when i researched it before putting a price on the receiver,most were selling for around £13 + £3= £16, I thought selling it at £10.99 +£2.99 = £14, would sell like the others but doesn't seem to. I will put it on Ebay within the week
 
Tom

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