Originally Posted by davehome333
then go to a machine shop and have it milled for $50 bucks. or have a battery made up that is 9v and will fit in the battery tube. or there was a guy on pb nation who did a t-board install and noticed that some 9v's will fit in the frame depending on the brand of the 9v.
At that point you're still spending $60-$110 which leaves you breaking even if you're only $10-$60ish in to the marker. Not an ideal "flip" situation - at that point you'd do better to buy real charger and battery for the same money.
If it's a drop-in 9V with a UTB and no milling it might just work but again if it's going up for sale is it worth it to do that?