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Old 07-31-2019, 03:24 PM   #21
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Almost like new!
Will go quickly. Put your bid in now.

GE starters.
Ooh ooh pick me pick me! I want the ITE disco too though.
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Old 07-31-2019, 03:52 PM   #22
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Ooh ooh pick me pick me! I want the ITE disco too though.
And you see in the picture, they are special horizontal mount.
Gotta ask an extra donut for that option.

You’ll have to wait a week for that ITE, replacement on back order.
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And you see in the picture, they are special horizontal mount.
Gotta ask an extra donut for that option.

You’ll have to wait a week for that ITE, replacement on back order.
I’ll do a straight up swap for the ITE with a Cutler Hammer Brooks Stevens era disco in ready to go shape.
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Amazing how many things that Brooks Stevens designed, he was also a proponent of planned obsolescence.
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Amazing how many things that Brooks Stevens designed, he was also a proponent of planned obsolescence.
Yeah, I obsoleted it after 50+ years of service, that's an eternity in the electrical world.
Unfortunately that's run of the mill in R-Mix.
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Throw in a Federal Pacific Canadian version of a disconnect too?


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How about a couple of FPE buckets from an MCC?
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I'd buy them but I'm looking for the vertical mount starters.
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I've got a couple Trumbull discos I can throw in if I HAVE to.
You drive a hard bargain.
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I hope you guys still mark up that used material! I would rather make my mark up on new material than cheaper used.
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I hope you guys still mark up that used material! I would rather make my mark up on new material than cheaper used.
Depends on the markups, right? Supply and demand...
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Geez, I've been sitting on an old Joslyn Clark combo starter, New Old Stock, I think Size 1, for about 10 years, waiting for a place to use it. Maybe it's worth something after all...


If I remember, I'll take a picture and put it up for sale in here. I also have an old big (200A?) A-B IEC contactor I'm not using and a couple of Siemens 3 phase 600V breakers. I keep thinking I am going to find a use for them, the wifey would just as soon have me get rid of them. I just turned 63 and had a heart attack last year, I'm not going to be tackling any big projects on my own any more.
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