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Uber Geek
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Topic # 223848 20-Oct-2017 08:30
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For sale is a Western Digital Red 4TB NASware2.0 drive that I purchased but my plans changed.


Model Number: WD40EFRX


Serial Number: WCC4E0912908


I have run the drive through the Western Digital drive tools and the results are as follows:




Photo of actual drive:



I am looking for $120 ONO for it.


The drive is located in Hamilton and pickups are accepted, but can ship NZ wide at buyers expense.



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1886792 20-Oct-2017 10:10
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Im keen on this if still available, can pickup today if possible?

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  Reply # 1887684 22-Oct-2017 11:01
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I, too, am interested if Bonkas offer falls by the wayside :) Would need shipping to Auckland 


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  Reply # 1887788 22-Oct-2017 16:10
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Me me me me me!

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  Reply # 1888069 23-Oct-2017 13:50
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Sorry for the late update, drive was sold and picked up on Friday by Bonkas.  Thanks for the interest though

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