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Topic # 240571 14-Sep-2018 11:16
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The 4 pin type used for power on Hard / Optical drives prior to SATA connectors.

 

Wanting about 20, female only.  With or without wires


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  Reply # 2090604 14-Sep-2018 12:13
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Got a strip of about that many pins, not sure about connectors will have to check - West Auckland

 




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  Reply # 2090615 14-Sep-2018 12:27
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That's what I'm after !  About 20 pins (or half a dozen complete with plastic cover?)


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  Reply # 2090618 14-Sep-2018 12:35
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20 pins you can have (female / bottom ones).

 

(Can't find any more plastic connectors for the female pins though, but have about 15x connectors for the top / male pins.)

 

Where you located?




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  Reply # 2090628 14-Sep-2018 12:47
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Dunedin.  Thanks very much, that'd be great. Can I shoot you some postage ?

 

Searched everywhere on Google, could only find various made-up adapters.  Not the parts only !


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  Reply # 2090634 14-Sep-2018 12:51
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Okie PM me your details


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