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Let others help you to determine what a piece of equipment is worth, before you put it up for sale.
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Post by wa2rqy » Thu Oct 23, 2008 3:41 pm

Hi;
Well if you take the original costs of both total rigs separately, then take 70% of each, this will give you the difference.
When store dealers sell a newer model radio, they go by 70% of the original cost.
Of course there are variables.
GL........
Tnx & 73......
Rich WA2RQY/4

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This is not rocket science!

Post by K4ICL » Thu Oct 23, 2008 3:42 pm

Google HRO, AES, Universal Radio, etc. and see what ham stores are asking for used units of the same manufacturer and model. Compare the two units' used gear prices as an estimation of worth on the open market. Add or subtract as needed.

Also use the QTH.com search feature to learn what other users are asking for the same gear. Do the same for other Classified Ham sites (NOT eBay). Again, compare the two as before.

Just a little research will get you your answer.

Cheers,

AL

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