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#1

guipago
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From: Mudgee
Joined: 22 November 2014
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22 April 2021 08:14 pm

I got a 6" 18.75kHz coil for my x-terra 70 from New England Instrument Company & noticed on their web site a good selection of other kHz coils & sizes for the x-terra & other older minelab detectors, might be worth a look if you have older minelabs.

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#2

Topenda
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22 April 2021 09:36 pm

G'day guipago, what are you searching for with that coil? DD is it? How much? gold-nugget

#3

guipago
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From: Mudgee
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25 April 2021 11:43 am

Yep DD, $175, I'm into harebrained schemes so will go on my 70 for sniffing around crevices in all-metal, don't really need super depth.

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Topenda
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26 April 2021 04:13 pm

Let us all know how ya go please, all- metal all the time . gold-nugget

#5

Kai
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27 April 2021 01:04 pm

I'd put the money into an equinox, rather than the xterra, my 2c


Minelab Xterra 705 10x5 DD 18.75khz Eliptical coil, 6" 3khz DD digger coil

#6

guipago
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From: Mudgee
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27 April 2021 03:52 pm

Sure, but it's what I got & I'm using it for crevices only.

#7

guipago
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From: Mudgee
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27 April 2021 03:58 pm

Just to be clearer, I have a 2300 & 5000, I got this lying around, Soooo off to work with it!


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