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Doing a panel upgrade and I am pulling out a KX145 and KI-205.
I figure I can either give away these totally obsolete pieces of equipment to someone who may need a spare OR throw them away.
Free to a good home (just cover shipping)

Any takers?

ALSO, I am cleaning out the garage ahead of my move back east. I also have a spare Piper Arrow/Cherokee seat. $200 obo
 

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High back? Low Back? Adjustable?
 

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I bought one of those new back in the late 1970's to replace a radio that had been stolen. It worked well for quite a few years and went with the plane eventually. I heard they were a dog.
 

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I bought one of those new back in the late 1970's to replace a radio that had been stolen. It worked well for quite a few years and went with the plane eventually. I heard they were a dog.
Total piece of crap! And the KI-205 that everyone thought was a 208 is only compatible with the KX145!!
But, hey, if someone needs one, I don't mind giving it away.
 

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I have heard they make fairly good wheel chocks. Mine worked fine for many years and never needed any repairs but it seems I was very lucky since I heard a lot of bad things about them.
 

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Take a peek at comparable avionics on eBay, wider audience.
 

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I'm not looking to sell them. I'm looking to throw them away, but if someone (on the off chance) wants them, I would give them to them.
 

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