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Thread: Trade: matching 4th M gear for a matching 4th R gear

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    Senior Member 68S_SK2's Avatar
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    Trade: matching 4th M gear for a matching 4th R gear

    I will trade a matching used M 4th gear dated 1/67 (22:29) in good condition for a matching used R 4th gear (25:27) in good condition.
    Thank you.

    Best regards

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    Senior Member Chris Pomares's Avatar
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    Wow. That’s a tough one. S’s are close and far easier to come by. But I imagine you’ve worked up a gearset that you don’t want to change. Good luck.
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