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    cleaning the pins on your tubes

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    deepee99

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    Join date : 2012-05-23
    Location : Wallace, Idaho

    Re: cleaning the pins on your tubes

    Post by deepee99 on Thu May 19, 2016 9:50 am

    bluemeanies wrote:Hi guys...still waiting for the Mullards!
    They are coming from the UK. After I won the bid and PAID I was told the guy was going on holiday and would not be able to ship until the 16th...Brits...
    Ya gotta love 'em.
    So I am trying to be patient.
    Maybe it's better this way since this week I am overloaded with family commitments.
    Next week will be a different story.
    Provided the seller has good feedback, you'll get 'em eventually. I've waited up to six weeks for my MaoTseTung-Sols (compliments to Kentley for that monicker) to arrive from China, but they get here. I've actually never been stiffed on a tube deal. There seems to be a certain honour amongst thieves.

    bluemeanies

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    Join date : 2015-02-09
    Age : 66
    Location : Folsom Pa.

    Re: cleaning the pins on your tubes

    Post by bluemeanies on Thu May 19, 2016 10:48 am

    deepee99 wrote:
    bluemeanies wrote:Hi guys...still waiting for the Mullards!
    They are coming from the UK. After I won the bid and PAID I was told the guy was going on holiday and would not be able to ship until the 16th...Brits...
    Ya gotta love 'em.
    So I am trying to be patient.
    Maybe it's better this way since this week I am overloaded with family commitments.
    Next week will be a different story.
    Provided the seller has good feedback, you'll get 'em eventually. I've waited up to six weeks for my MaoTseTung-Sols (compliments to Kentley for that monicker) to arrive from China, but they get here. I've actually never been stiffed on a tube deal. There seems to be a certain honour amongst thieves.

    Your a funny man deep!...Mao!
    Actually it was Kentley who discovered the Mullards! I purchased them on his recommendation since I want to introduce four Sovtek KT88's to the m125's.
    Not worried about getting them as you mentioned the seller does have good feedback and I was in contact with him.
    Sounds like a nice guy.
    Received tracking number on the 16th so would suspect I should receive them by weeks end...latest Monday

    deepee99

    Posts : 1333
    Join date : 2012-05-23
    Location : Wallace, Idaho

    Re: cleaning the pins on your tubes

    Post by deepee99 on Thu May 19, 2016 11:03 am

    Blue, that's good to hear.
    The antique Mullards are as bullet-proof as the Bendixes from the old days. Stick 'em in and forget 'em.

    bluemeanies

    Posts : 129
    Join date : 2015-02-09
    Age : 66
    Location : Folsom Pa.

    Re: cleaning the pins on your tubes

    Post by bluemeanies on Thu May 19, 2016 4:36 pm

    deepee99 wrote:Blue, that's good to hear.
    The antique Mullards are as bullet-proof as the Bendixes from the old days. Stick 'em in and forget 'em.


    Thanks deep...Mitsubishi had some big speakers back in the day!

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