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    Default Any idea on value of an older T&T graphite rod

    Looking for an estimate of value on a Thomas and Thomas Model HS906, 9' 2/2 6weight rod. IM6 graphite in excellent condition with original T&T tube.
    Thanks for any info about the rod and a fair value!
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    Bobby,
    I think that was the Horizon series.I think they were ,at the time,the faster series for T&T .the 9 wt I was going to send you a while back was a Horizon. For the price he's asking it's a nice purchase. I m pretty sure it's a 2 pc.
    they are faster than the LPS series and a good bit faster than the Paradigm,as a reference .
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    Thank you Steve!
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    My T&T Horizon 7 wt, 4 pc, was $495 (new) in 1995
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    And now with it that old and out of production with no warranty for who ever buys it about 125.00.

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    I've seen some of the original T&T graphite rods sold for $500 or so, but they were probably a few years older than your rod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas View Post
    And now with it that old and out of production with no warranty for who ever buys it about 125.00.
    At that price I would jump on it like a duck on a Junebug!!
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    Bob,you expressed it much better than I.
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    Wellll to give you a idea around 3-4 years ago I sold (gave) two brand new lps'in 7' 3 weight and 7 1/2' 4 weight both with T@T hats,pins mugs any other thing related to T@T for 500.00 shipped.I guess it just matters how many people want that rod and are willing to pay even if it breaks and can't
    warranty it.

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