Jump to content
Gerry in Idaho

Dealer Sale Minelab Gpz-7000 With Training & Warranty

Recommended Posts

LIKE NEW Condition Minelab GPZ-7000 with less than 2 hours use.  Won’t find a scuff on this unit other than the bottom of the coil cover.  Comes with plenty of warranty and training. $6500  Most of you know me "Gerry in Idaho", but some may not realize I am and have been a Minelab user and Dealer for 20+ years.  www.gerrysdetectors.com

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites


  • Similar Content

    • By Doc
      Doc's Rod package for Minelab Equinox.  Save your stock 2 piece upper for travel.  This Carbon Fiber upper is 2.2 ounces lighter and way more stable.  Comes with 2 lower fiber glass rods, Velcro® ties nuts and bolts.  I have it listed on Ebay.  The Carbon Fiber Upper is drilled with holes in the exact same location for head placement and arm cuff adjustment, so the adjustment that is comfortable for you now, will be the same adjustment you can make with this upper rod.  NOTE:  The Minelab stock lower rod will not work with this Carbon Fiber rod.  For some reason Minelab made the lower rod just a little bit larger than all of their other rods.  Go figure.  That's why we include 2 lower 28 inch long rods.  The upper is 34 inches long.

      Take care,
      Doc


    • By Brian Berkhahn
      JUST IN.. Barely used Garrett AT Max with stock coil for sale.. $599.00
       
       


    • By Brian Berkhahn
      Looking for an EQ600? -  649.00 plus free shipping.
      https://www.ebay.com/itm/273199193137
      I also have a few EQ800's in stock too - 899.00
      https://www.ebay.com/itm/273350953172
      Give me a call or email me and let’s make a deal!
      Brian Berkhahn, Mining Dept. Manager
      Alaska Mining & Diving Supply, Inc.
      3222 Commercial Drive, Anchorage, AK 99501
      Store: 907-277-1741 Direct: 907-277-1753
      Facebook Page
    • By Jim McCulloch
      I have just published a highly informative book entitled "Advanced Nuggetshooting with the Goldmaster 24k." It is a Goldmaster 24k-oriented MAJOR revision of my popular "Advanced Nuggetshooting - How to Prospect for Gold with a Metal Detector" book.  It is 98% advanced nuggetshooting techniques. I am offering it, AUTOGRAPHED, PLUS my pamphlet "GMT 24k Controls and Recommended Settings" cheat-sheet, for $10.00, postpaid, to Continental US addresses. Payment via PayPal, to my account ophirau@gmail.com. Payment by check also accepted; contact me for more info. OR, for those of you who don't already have the original "Advanced Nuggetshooting - How to Prospect for Gold with a Metal Detector," I am offering the extensively-revised 2019 Edition, postpaid, autographed, for $9.95. HH Jim PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU ORDER, PLEASE ALSO SEND ME AN EMAIL PROVIDING YOUR ACTUAL SHIPPING ADDRESS. PAYPAL DOES NOT PROVIDE SUCH. THANKS.
    • By Brian Berkhahn
      Customer came in and bought a Minelab 600, took it home and brought it back to exchange for an 800.  Does not appear to be taken out of the box.. will let go for 599.00 579.00 plus free shipping. 
       
      Call me at 907-277-1753 or Pm me
    • By steveg
      Greetings!

      After many months of design and testing, I am happy to announce that my carbon-fiber shaft project for the Equinox is complete! After working through my "wait list" over the past couple of weeks, I am now ready to begin offering these shafts for sale, to any who may be interested. I have a limited quantity of shafts in stock at this time, with another batch of parts currently in production which -- when they arrive -- will allow me to re-supply my inventory.

      This complete, high-quality, lightweight shaft system consists of:

      1). A 35 1/2" long carbon-fiber upper shaft, with four cuff adjustment holes, and one hole for the control-box handle (located in the same positions as on the Minelab upper shaft section). This upper shaft replaces -- as a one-piece section -- both the middle and upper sections of the stock Minelab shaft;

      2). A 26" long carbon-fiber lower rod, including spring-button clip (the same lower rods I've been selling for several months).

      The following pricing applies to several basic shaft options...

      1. Upper shaft section ONLY (no lower rod), regular end cap … $79 plus shipping

      2. Upper shaft section ONLY (no lower rod), threaded butt-end and threaded end cap (to allow compatibility with the threaded counterweight system) ... $89 plus shipping

      3. COMPLETE shaft system (upper shaft section PLUS 26" lower rod), regular end cap ... $129 plus shipping

      4. COMPLETE shaft system (upper shaft section PLUS 26" lower rod), threaded butt-end and threaded end cap (to allow compatibiility with the threaded counterweight system) ... $139 plus shipping.


      All of the above shafts can be customized in various ways, per customer preference (rod length, hole locations, etc.) Optional spring button holes (to facilitate use of the lower rod spring button) can also be included in any of the upper shaft options above, for an additional $10 (the button holes are not REQUIRED, on my shaft, due to the strong/secure clamping cam lock system that is used with these shafts, but are available as an optional inclusion).

      As alluded to above, an optional counterweighting system is also available for these shafts, to alleviate the "nose-heaviness" many Equinox users have noticed. The counterweight -- short-lengths of carbon-fiber tube, filled with small bags of lead pellets, and which screw into a threaded insert in the butt-end of the shaft -- can either be packaged with a shaft system, or purchased separately later, as an add-on accessory. The tubes are custom-built to each user's desired weight/length, and additionally, the weight of the tube can be adjusted at any time, via access to the internal weighting through a threaded end cap.

      Empty counterweight tubes (with the customer supplying the weighting) ... $25 plus shipping

      Weighted counterweight tubes (built to customer specification) ... $35 plus shipping

      Finally, I have created several documents to provide more detailed information regarding the shaft system itself, including counterweighting and how to choose the right weight for your situation, the "button holes vs. no button holes" decision, etc. I can provide these documents to anyone who requests them, and I am of course more than happy to answer any questions you may have -- either here, or via my email address, at steve@stevesdetectorrods.com.

      After an extended period of working to design a superior shaft system, and extensive field testing, I believe that my goal for this complete shaft system has been achieved -- with these shafts providing a high-quality, wobble-free, ergonomically balanced, aesthetically enhanced upgrade to your Minelab Equinox!

      Thanks!


      Steve
      www.stevesdetectorrods.com
      www.facebook.com/stevesdetectorrods
       
       



×
×
  • Create New...