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# 105903 13-Jul-2012 12:53
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Selling the left over cable from the 500M roll I had to buy, as this was all my supplier had.
Not sure exactly how much I used but it wasn't more than 150M so this roll has at least 350M left probably more.
It's on a plastic reel.

$300 inc GST plus freight (It's quite heavy!)

It's the one listed at the top of this page.

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  # 655108 13-Jul-2012 14:51
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would you consider cutting shorter lenghts of it at all?




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  # 655142 13-Jul-2012 15:54
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I've also got some interest. If I do what I think I should do, then I'll need somewhere between 30m and 50m.




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  # 655145 13-Jul-2012 15:56
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I have interest too... but not 350m..




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  # 655154 13-Jul-2012 16:16
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Ok so how much does everybody need?
Going by the $300 for 350M works out to about 86c per metre does that sound fair?


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  # 655155 13-Jul-2012 16:18
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sounds great, I would be up for about 70m if thats doable, add a bit on for cutting etc and whatever you need to courier it to auckland and let me know how you would like to be paid.




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