OEM Parts Inc

3029 N Hancock Ave, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907

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On Monday morning, October 03, 2011 we paid a visit to OEM Parts Inc in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This establishment was the first surplus store on the route and it was great to get started on our adventure after the very long road march from Dallas, Texas. As with all of these visits, it is important to keep in mind that there are only random images and don't reflect everything in the store by a long shot. Everything written here is my opinion and opinions are a dme a dozen. We are not affiliated with this merchant but we were very happy with the goods and the people and we reccommend OEM highly.
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The store was easy to find and there's plenty of parking.
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Items along the top row are the 'museum' and not for sale. This reminds me of my own collection.
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At the back there is a lot of rack hardware.
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If you need wire or cable, almost any type, it's here.
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They sell tubes and you are welcome to test yours.
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This is an unusual find. Its the flexible wireway for use with robots and other moving machinery.
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The selection of popular ICs was astounding.
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Nearly one side of a whole aisle is dedicated to motors of all types and sizes, as well as gearboxes and related accessories.
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This very large 48VDC blower was something. I almost bought it for cooling one of my large transmitters.
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Breakers
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Insulators -always needed for high voltage and RF.
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These ceramic rods are not easy to find. My guess is they are for control shafts.
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One of those granite tables. They have many uses and are not easy to come by.
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Jacob wanted this oscilloscope. Its a Dumont made for WE. Unfortunately it was part of the collection, not for sale. Nice though. Everything past this point are random pics of the "top shelf" items.
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