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Old 08-11-2019, 08:57 AM
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Originally Posted by PaulK
I wonder how they're going to price the 29x83mm 2 packs? EconoJets (F20/23/27/42) currently retail for $44.99, the F67 for $28.99, and the G74 for $31.99.
I notice the announcement relates only to the plastic molded case motors in one 24mm size and one 29mm size. Those cases have a variety of certified reads and delays. I suspect Dane will "rationalize" the line by having simplified pricing, a common brand identity, and as wide of distribution access as is possible in this fractured market.

Maybe I will get a chance to ask Dane the same question I asked Gary in 1981. How many in a pallet? Gary choked on the question as it related to the E6-4.
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