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Ad Number:1506025
Date Placed:09/14/20
Name:James Briggs
Phone Number:e-mail
Callsign:KK0GT
Category:TUBES
Heading:Eimac 8873
Ad Message:Hard to find Eimac 8873 Power Triode. Was pulled from my working SB-230. I found a NIB 8873(for mucho $$$) and swapped it with this tube when doing a refresh of the amp. Physically in very good condition. In the SB-230 this tube yielded about 85 - 90 percent of the new tube. I never pushed it past about 550W out with only 70 or so watts drive. It would do more but I didn't want to push it.
This has been on the shelf for several years as the #2 backup for my seldom used backup amp.
$250 shipped and I'll cover Paypal fees.
I'll also throw in a second 8873 tube that I picked up in a lot from the estate of an SK. Never used it and know absolutely nothing about it's condition. Appearance is well used.
Pics to come.
Thanks & 73
Jim KK0GT

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