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    Cooper 400w highbay lights

    We're upgrading to LED's and have no use for these older fixtures. They work and come with bulbs. This is the first batch of just under 300 fixtures in our buildings. I have 12 fixtures with bulbs and one without a bulb. Buy all 13 for $350 OBO. Located in Aurora,IL

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    Re: Cooper 400w highbay lights

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    Re: Cooper 400w highbay lights

    Quote Originally Posted by pushrods View Post
    We're upgrading to LED's and have no use for these older fixtures. They work and come with bulbs. This is the first batch of just under 300 fixtures in our buildings. I have 12 fixtures with bulbs and one without a bulb. Buy all 13 for $275 OBO. Located in Aurora,IL

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    Re: Cooper 400w highbay lights

    $275 for all of them.

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    Re: Cooper 400w highbay lights

    Good luck man. ComEd rebates for upgrading to LED is practically free these days. You will be much better off trying to sell them individually to people who are trying to replace a single bad fixture. I went through the same thing a couple years ago. Took me about 6 months, and I only sold 1 fixture for $35 + Shipping. Threw the rest away, it wasn't worth the space they took up.
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    Re: Cooper 400w highbay lights

    Yeah just trying to make some extra money, if it doesn't work then the other 260+ light I have left to change will just go straight to the dumpster instead of packing them 7 at a time in the trunk of my crown Vic to bring them home lol.

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    Re: Cooper 400w highbay lights

    I have a couple dozen of them myself; same model actually. They were the "cat's meow" in the late 1990's to early 2000's but slipped rapidly in value once the T-5 flourescents came out and then the LED prices started dropping. Glad I purchased mine used so the loss is not so great.
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    Re: Cooper 400w highbay lights

    Gone....thread can be closed

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