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    Brick Shoker Splash - appraisal

    Hi guys, a bud is offering me this one. What is the maximum and minimum value for something like this? He hasn't used it for over 10 years and doesn't want to assume it's working.


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    #2
    It's hard, on ebay I've seen some really nice anodized shockers go for $150-250. I'm not experienced though so hopefully someone else can help.
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      #3
      Since you have all the matching parts I'd say easy $250 as is on ebay, working condition $3-325
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        #4
        Sorry, no help on the price but it's a Special Edition splash 4x4. The tank looks like it predates the marker. I have a tank like that with my original PV1 and it's reverse threaded.
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          #5
          Ya those tank threads look non-standard. That’s ok though. The tank is past its usable life but that valve can be removed from that tank. Keep it with the regulator. It can always be used with a new tank if you were to want to use the original regulator system.
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            #6
            If it's in working order, $250 seems reasonable.

            O-ring kits are easily available, and it's an easy marker to maintain.
            “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” -Krishnamurti

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              #7
              ok! Thank you all for the inputs. I think I have enough to take my decision.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Extreme Max View Post
                ok! Thank you all for the inputs. I think I have enough to take my decision.
                Is there a serial number on it? Probably on the back right side of the circuit board tray. Feel free to PM. I only ask because I have a photo catalog of all the Shockers I come across for historical interests.
                “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” -Krishnamurti

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