Buy / Sell / Trade

Ham Radio Gear

In “normal” times, HARC members have access to at least a couple of local ham radio swap meets each year.  These are great opportunities to clean your shack of unneeded clutter, and to find deals on stuff you may need. During the Covid-19 pandemic, these swap meets are more problematic due to the need for social distancing, etc.

To help fill this void, HARC is providing this on-line “Virtual Swap Meet” for its members.

Ham-related items you wish to sell can be listed here until they are sold.  To avoid unwanted solicitations, spam, etc., only the seller’s name and call sign will be posted.  Presumably, HARC members can figure out how to contact each other.

If you have Ham gear that you would like to sell, please contact David, KN6CEH, with the specifics to have it listed here.  Private sales only–No commercial listings will be posted.  Thanks.

Current Offerings

From Randy, KN6NSK:

Here are a few items I’m moving out of my shack:

I have switched over to an ICOM QRP radio and am reluctantly selling my Yaesu FT-818ND. The radio has only been in the field a few times and is very clean and fully functional. I did add a white dot to the squelch/RF knob to make it’s position more visible. This 6W, all band, all mode radio comes with the LDG Z-817 tuner, Tigertonics Signalink, Windcamp 3000mAh battery,  FTDI programming cable, Portable Zero side rails and a Heil HLS-AD-1-YM mic adapter. All boxes and literature are also available. There is over $1200 invested in this set up that I have had for about 1.5 years. It’s been a fun and reliable little radio and would I like $775 for it all. I can supply more photos or meet locally to demo it.

I also have for sale a Kenwood MC-60 desktop microphone. It’s very clean and has the original box and literature. I’d like $90 for it.

Finally I have a DIY Solar For U Sól Buck-Boost 20 Amp MPPT charge controller with remote display, extra RF choke and cell balancers (iff you were to make up your own battery bank.) This controller was made with amateur radio in mind is supposed to be very RFI quiet. I ended up going with a totally different solar/battery solution and these components have never been used.




Chimney Mount, free to good home, or a donation amount of your choosing to HARC. Recently removed from 17″ish x 25″ ish brick chimney.  Contact Ben, KK6SYJ for pick up.







We received the following from Steve Rogers / K6PU:

I am cleaning out my excess and have a few items I would like to list on the HARC swap meet page if possible. I would like to see these things go to a local ham operator to help them get started. If for any reason there is a problem with any of the equipment I will make it right for them. That is one reason I prefer to deal locally. I keep my word and that is important to me.

2 Heath Kit HM 102 SWR Power meters. Both work as should but may need calibrated. $50 each OBO

2 PK88 TNC some cables for each was hooked up to an Icom 2 meter radio $30 each.

2 Icom 2100H 2 meter radio’s with mic and short power cables $50 each

Yaesu 2800M 2 meter 60 watt radio has original box. $125

Old 12 volt power supply. No name not sure of its current working status $10

Kytronic DE Soldering Station $60

DX Engineering Maxi Core Balun BAL 200-H10 AT $100

Ovis Link Ethernet Hub 8+ 10 Base-T $10

Yaesu FC 30 automatic tuner for the Yaesu 857 radio. Was installed but not used more than a few times. Changed direction and went with a different antenna. Includes box and cable. $200

Comet B10 NMO base dual band antenna. New in package never used. This is a short 12 inch antenna. $10

I am sure I will find more as I go through my storage. All items are as priced or best offer. I mainly want to get this stuff back into service.

73 de K6PIJ



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