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I have thousands of old radio tubes with way to many doubles.
If you are looking for anything in particular or want a second set for that favorite radio let me know. Everything from 1920’s to the 1960’s.
01A,WD11,WD12,2x,3X, 4X, 5x, 7X, 8x,ballasts, voltage regulators
6V and 12V tubes (12au7, 12AT7, 12AX7) etc etc. I have some vintage brass and ceramic based tubes as well.
Hi, wondering if you have any 2X3 tubes in your inventory, I have a rogers unit that uses them, they are working, but are marginal, can rewire set but prefer not to. let me know, thanks.
Sorry Randy I dug through my Rogers tubes and found 2X2’s but no 2X3’s.
I will check a couple of other boxes tomorrow.
Hi, I’d be interested in a 6AT6, 6AV6 and possibly a pair of 12AX7 for various audio sections.
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