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DT-10 Stock

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by hebbard, Dec 29, 2009.

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  1. hebbard

    hebbard TS Member

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    WTB trap stock for DT-10, original or "near original" configuration.
    Hebbard
     
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    how much? pm me i am very interested! Joe
     
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    Thanks John (and also George, who also offered a set with a Gra-Coil), I'm really looking for a set in original or "near original" condition. Mike Hebbard
     
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    how much? i may be interested.

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    i sent you a pm on dec, 30th never got an answer I figures you sold It! i would give you 400.00
     
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    Will this stock fit an ASE90?
     
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