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    Senior Member Jacek Zakowicz's Avatar
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    Friend of mine- other than that no association
    Abel sells them so you can try it out:
    http://www.trackinthebox.net/
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    Plus Cinevate is having a 30% off slider sale!!!!
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    I have used this slider on a rental with a hefty Red One load. It was flawless, smooth like butter, and doesn't make any noise when tracking. 8 Ball Sliders. www.8ballcamerasupport.com
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    Wow! Lots of good options here.
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    + 1 for the mytworks. The medium is rated for 80lbs, and is built like a tank. Their customer service is top notch! Anyone who answers their phone after business hrs at 10pm est has my vote.
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    I have a 4' Indie Slider -- yours with case, $325 -- in LA. rodbradley at gmail dot com.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Hollings View Post
    + 1 for the mytworks. The medium is rated for 80lbs, and is built like a tank. Their customer service is top notch! Anyone who answers their phone after business hrs at 10pm est has my vote.
    The MYT looks nice. Anyone in Los Angeles looking to part with one?
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    RE: the MYTWORKS;

    I've "heard" after NAB the price is going up, incase anyone is looking to purchase new.
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    Go with the MTY Works I have a six footer it is AWESOME!!! rock solid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Hefferen View Post
    Go with the MTY Works I have a six footer it is AWESOME!!! rock solid.
    Do you recommend the small or medium sized sliders?
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