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Old 02-12-2007, 05:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How much for an rt valve?

I am looking at either getting a complete rt valve(not a micromag rt valve) for my micromag or just the on/off. How much would a recently rebuilt level 7 rt valve assembly go for? How much for just an on/off?
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I've paid $150 and $175 for RT valves in the last year.

On/Off assembly is $28.00 + shipping direct from AGD.

... And you know that it's punishable by death to talk about a MicroMag and not post pictures.
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I didn't know that. I will have to post pictures soon then. It has a micromag valve, but no vert air adapter(got one?). So I guess $90 OBO for the rt is a good deal then eh?
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$90 for an RT valve is pretty good. Just make sure it's not from a classic RT.
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Why, what is wrong with the classic rt valve? Less parts, unreliable?
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It's due to a lack of compatibility.
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Old 02-12-2007, 09:40 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Oh okay, so it just wouldn't fit in my micro then huh? I will have to clarify what type it is exactly the guy is selling. Or did you mean just the valve wouldn't attache to the rest of the valve assembly I have now, but putting the whole rt valve in would?
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It won't fit anything but a classic RT, and the on/off might be differant from regular RTs as well.
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