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    To be clear I only need the condenser head not the chassis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revolucion Artistico View Post
    To be clear I only need the condenser head not the chassis.
    cool, that will make shipping way cheaper and easier. shoot me a pm with your offer. I wont negotiate on this thread lol

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    Do you have the bellows?
    I have an older 45 with bellows that are falling apart.
    As far as weight, I can pick up the 4x5 without any problems. Unless you have a CB7. That is a much heavier enlarger. The CB7 has controls built into the bottom of the baseboard. The frame is much sturdier than the regular 4x5 enlargers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose LS Gil View Post
    Do you have the bellows?
    I have an older 45 with bellows that are falling apart.
    As far as weight, I can pick up the 4x5 without any problems. Unless you have a CB7. That is a much heavier enlarger. The CB7 has controls built into the bottom of the baseboard. The frame is much sturdier than the regular 4x5 enlargers.
    I do have bellows, but their condition isn't the best. They're not quite falling apart, but they aren't 100% either. I can't quite remember just how bad they are, i will check tomorrow, it's been a while since i have looked over the enlarger. But i know the bellows work fine, i used them for a while.

    You must be super strong, i killed my back for a week after moving the enlarger down a few flights of stairs from my driveway to basement. and i'm 17! no i have a 45mxt. if it were a cb7, i'd be holding on to the chasis! i wish i had a cb7...

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    I have the older model with the struts facing forward. Only part of the baseboard. That is the way they were sold back then. I think the model might be called a 45MCR. Looks to be from the 50s.

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    jose,
    do you need the upper bellows or the lower?

    if interesed i posted several for sale a month or so ago, a set of brand new uppers, never been out of the bag.
    http://www.aclancyphotography.com

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    So who's going to bite the bullet? send me a PM with your offer for whatever it is that you'd like. I'm working on a first come first served basis, so shoot me your offer for whatever it is that your heart most desires

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    head is sold!

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    Shipping via parcel post isn't as expensive as most think, Just try to keep packages as compact as possible. Parcel post just moves slower than snails. I just shipped an Omega Super 67xl dichro w/x-long column and all accessories from Pa. to the west coast for just under $40, sans baseboard.
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