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Ninja 68/45 Born 5/13 Used ONCE

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#1 fiveten15093

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 12:52 PM

Up for grabs is a, basically, brand new Ninja 68/4500 tank.  

 

 

 

http://www.techpb.co...15093 +feedback

 

Tank size: 68/4500
Tank / Reg manufacturer: Ninja 
Reg HP or LP: Adjustable
Condition: 9.9/10 Used once so basically new
Born date: 5/13
Re-test date: 5/18
Area Stamps: DOT, TC
Known Problems: NONE
Asking Price: $120 Paypal'd and shipped

Shipping Options: UPS, USPS
Trades of interest: NONE
Location of item: 48073
What is Included: Tank

 

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Edited by fiveten15093, 06 July 2013 - 12:56 PM.

In the past couple of years we've seen companies disappear, we've seen teams fall apart, we've seen leagues fail. But we've also seen players humbly return to their "family" teams after enjoying a paid ride of being a hired gun by the highest bidder. We've seen industry gurus come back to the sport after selling off everything they worked so hard to build, only to start over again fresh and new. We've seen this sport suffer along with every other industry due to the current economic conditions, and yet we've seen survival.


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Posted 07 July 2013 - 07:35 AM

110 shipped to quebec,canada?

#3 fiveten15093

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Posted 07 July 2013 - 06:51 PM

I couldn't do it that low, the shipping would eat me alive


In the past couple of years we've seen companies disappear, we've seen teams fall apart, we've seen leagues fail. But we've also seen players humbly return to their "family" teams after enjoying a paid ride of being a hired gun by the highest bidder. We've seen industry gurus come back to the sport after selling off everything they worked so hard to build, only to start over again fresh and new. We've seen this sport suffer along with every other industry due to the current economic conditions, and yet we've seen survival.





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