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Knighty2112

TMB Planetary II EP 4.5mm won

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Just won a bid on a new TMB II Planetary 4.5mm EP on eBay from The Skies the Limit. Sure I know  it's not a 'genuine' TMB Planetary from a few years back as the original manufacturers stopped making them for various reasons, but even so hopefully should be as good. For what I paid for it if it isn't then nothing too much lost! ?

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