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Price Industries?

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Prospect62

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Hey does anybody know what happened to Price Industries? My trusted source for programming equipment for many years has disappeared from the web...

Any info?
 

Thayne

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I think they are gone as far as programming cables, but may just be doing programming (For a PRICE), of course
 

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Yep, they closed up shop on programming cables. Still selling radios though at edacsradios.com
 

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Hey does anybody know what happened to Price Industries? My trusted source for programming equipment for many years has disappeared from the web...

Any info?
He retired. He still has some things and what not. Mark with Price radio Sales does not do any programing any more enless you buy a radio from him. I did just get some batteries and things from Mark and he got a cable for me from Price Industries guy who I don't know, but Mark did tell me that the guy was retired now.
 

Prospect62

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Thanks for the info...seems that this "rfguys" place is carrying the torch for Price Industries. They have pretty much everything Price ever had.
 
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