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#1 Grayson Austin

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Posted 05 January 2015 - 04:34 PM

Selling an excellent condition XCS custom length 2 inch diameter telescoping centerpost. Was going to be a rig garage project that I never got around to. XCS wiring with correct power line wire gauge and dual HD SDI lines. Custom length of 26 - 40 inches. Also comes with a bonus of new XCS bayonet mounting assemblies for both ends. Use to build your own rig or keep as spares. Has both ends of the mounts and shims, screws. Also comes with two XCS docking collars. A new XCS standard length telescoping centerpost will cost you $4500 for just the centerpost and cable. I'm selling this one with everything listed for $2200 US. Email only please to:
graysonaustin@me.com

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#2 Grayson Austin

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Posted 08 January 2015 - 10:12 PM

Price reduction and some additional photos showing how the bayonet connectors attach.
Build your dream rig and save some serious cash. A new XCS post will cost you $4500.
Reduced to $2000. Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer and shipping outside the US will only be done on buyer's Fedex account.
Email to:
graysonaustin@me.com

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#3 Jess Haas SOC

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Posted 10 January 2015 - 01:59 AM

What else would be needed in order to wire those bayonet mounting assemblies onto a custom rig? Do you have the pins for that side?


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#4 Grayson Austin

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Posted 10 January 2015 - 12:15 PM

Just the proper pins for the other side. Any good wiring guy or gal would be able to do it. The wiring connector is the one that XCS uses. Terry West, etc can do it. They are Amphenol products so the pins and HD connectors are readily available. Greg Bubb can provide the pin configuration details. Not sure who wires up his rigs for him. That's a possibility as well.

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