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#1 get.lit.up!

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 12:36 PM

Was wondering how much $$$ I am going to lose if I want to get rid of a phantom without the safety (mike at cci can fix it for free, but shipping may be not worth it) and a cracked horizontal feedblock. Compared to a phantom with a safety and more functional feedblock. It's a black feedblock
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Posted 21 October 2012 - 08:05 PM

Was wondering how much $$ I am going to lose if I want to get rid of a phantom without the safety (mike at cci can fix it for free, but shipping may be not worth it) and a cracked horizontal feedblock. Compared to a phantom with a safety and more functional feedblock. It's a black feedblock


without pictures of the damage it is hard to say... if you replace them, you can use that as a reason to ask for a better deal from the buyer

if you don't fix them the seller can use the damage as a reason to ask for a better deal from you..

from a strictly business perspective you want to have that power, the ball is in your court. if you don't need the money RIGHT AWAY i'd say get it fixed, wait for a buyer to come and offer what it's worth to you

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 10:00 PM

I'd figured it will cost me ~$40 to fix and I don't personally think it will boost the value up that much. Also how much value will a asp modded tpc and tri fluted hammer add?
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Posted 22 October 2012 - 12:52 AM

I'd figured it will cost me ~$40 to fix and I don't personally think it will boost the value up that much. Also how much value will a asp modded tpc and tri fluted hammer add?


to an average customer, nothing...

to some one who knows what they're looking at, it will boost the value what ever it costs to do it..

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