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JP On GPZ 19 Compared To GPZ 14 - With Video!

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Guest Jennifer

JP, is that some home made cutting board plastic scuff plate you've installed on the bottom of your coil?

Jen 

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G'day Jen

 

It's a Nugget Finder replacement skid plate for the big 19" coil, most if not all the detector shops here in Australia have them, I imagine they would or should be available in the USA.  You take off the original and replace it with this one.

A couple of pictures for an example in the link below

http://phasetechnical.com.au/product/gpz-7000-z19-solid-skidplate/

 

cheers dave

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Guest Jennifer

Thank you Dave, I'm pulling the big coil back off till I can get one of these. It doesn't appear there are OEM skid plates for the 19" coil yet so till I can put one of these on I'm gonna use the 14" which does have OEM covers available at present, I much appreciate the info..... I should probably learn the machine (I'm new on it) on the smaller coil anyways.

Cheers

Jen 

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Hey Jen, Rob has the NF skid plate in stock on his site. They are selling fast,:biggrin:

Bill

 

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Guest Jennifer
27 minutes ago, cobill said:

Hey Jen, Rob has the NF skid plate in stock on his site. They are selling fast,:biggrin:

Bill

 

Thanks Bill

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Guest Jennifer
11 hours ago, cobill said:

Hey Jen, Rob has the NF skid plate in stock on his site. They are selling fast,:biggrin:

Bill

 

Ordered one last night, thanks for the info.

Jen

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Mine is at USPS now.:biggrin: Glad to help,

Bill

 

 

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Guest Jennifer
On 3/31/2017 at 10:15 AM, flakmagnet said:

Good point Scott. I too have made the user button option to be able to switch to Manual tuning. It is a great way of making sure not to tune out a signal as you pinpoint and not throw out the GB while digging a target. 

Can you elaborate please, I didn't see the tip when it first came out.. thank you.

Disregard... found the video:

Jen

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