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# 106681 29-Jul-2012 16:43
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Just clearing some stuff out. Will be pickup only, in Ilam Christchurch. I can upload photos if you would like, but theres not much more to them than the description.

1. Two big banana boxes of miscellaneous insulated wire. One box is full of pretty short pieces, some still with connectors. Phone cable, audio cable, general hookup wire, all sorts. Second is full of Cat5e, lengths from 1 - 12m long, at least 100m all up. I'd rather not go into the hassle of categorising and organising, so this lot is free to a good home. However I would also rather not split it up

2. Home brew beer barrel and a few things to get started on. Includes a standard 30L barrel with litre markings, stick on thermometer & airlock. Also includes a bottle capper (for glass bottles), a bottle brush, bottle filler, and aquarium heater. Will also chuck in a water cooler style plastic container if you're interested. Open to offers, but I think $40 would be reasonable.

Edit: Homebrew kit has sold

Both will end up on Trademe if there's no interest here.

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  # 663657 29-Jul-2012 16:58
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$40 sounds good for the brew kit, I'll take it please!

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  # 663662 29-Jul-2012 17:06
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MattRSK has taken the brew kit, box of wire still up for grabs


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  # 663700 29-Jul-2012 19:15
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I'd be keen on the boxes of cabling if they are still available?

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  # 669138 7-Aug-2012 17:00
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No word from MattRSK, so the brew kit is up on Trademe

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