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KJFITNESSDUDE Posts: 15,787
2/5/13 9:16 A

@Billy: look up your local school districts and contact the Athletic Director, they usually are the ones ordering new equipment.

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2/5/13 8:07 A

Never even considered that. Great idea. Any way to find out if schools are having auctions?

ROCK_CLIMBER2 Posts: 328
2/5/13 2:05 A

School auctions too. They will occasionally replace their equipment. Good luck with finding your set.

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2/1/13 5:51 P

I got mine off of craigslist for a song. There is a catch though, you have to be pretty patient for deals and you have to be very picky about quality. The guy I got my stuff from just moved here and didn't want to unpack it. He had pictures of it and it was in really good shape. I couldn't be happier, but man it took me probably 3 months to score it.

Play It Again Sports (if you have those in your area) is also a great place. Short of that, the usual sporting goods store will do.

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2/1/13 2:56 P

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