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6" Eqx 06 Coil Sold Out?

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I am kicking myself for not picking one up a few days ago, looks like the prices are creeping up on these and most stores show as sold out. Anyone know where I can pick one up at list in the US (~$179) that will ship in a few days? 

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I picked up a second 6” coil for myself on a recent visit to my old shop in Alaska. You might give them a try as there were several on hand at the time. AMDS Contact Info

 

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I've bought from Brian, he's very good to deal with. 

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Yeah but now that you bought it it’s gone. The links no good.

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He had 2 and I bought 1. I was hoping he still had the one left.

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Thanks for trying! :smile:

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My local dealer in Tampa Florida has them in stock. Myersdepot.com  

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45 minutes ago, Noah (FL) said:

My local dealer in Tampa Florida has them in stock. Myersdepot.com  

Thanks for the suggestions all! Just grabbed one!

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