Sold/Expired WTS: Surefire E2D body and tailcap

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Up for sale is a used Surefire E2D body and tailcap.

Asking $35 shipped USA.

First "I'll take it" with prompt PayPal gets it. pM with any questions.

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Any idea if it will fit a 17670 ?

I am not sure, I do not have a 17670 battery to try out. I do have a keeppower 16650 battery that fits perfectly inside.

I'm sure someone thy knows could chime in.
 
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Bump!! This has to go, obo
 
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Received E2D body and tail switch. I am very pleased. Many Thanks.


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this was exactly what I was thinking about when I thought about buying the parts hahaha nice setup indeed
 
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By the way, here is some info for whoever may be interested:

If you would like to know if a flashlight body would accept a 17670 or an 18650, and you don't have one of the batteries present, here is a simple way to do it...

17670
To check for the 17670 battery, simply roll the END of a single dollar bill around a CR123 from TOP TO BOTTOM of the bill. The bill will wrap around the CR123 about one and a fourth times. The result is the diameter of the 17670.


18650
Simply put three dollar bills together like you would in a wallet. Then take a CR123 battery and roll the stack of bills around the CR123 from one end of the stack to the other. What you end up with is a roll about the same diameter as an 18650. Chances are if the roll fits in the body, an 18650 will also.
 
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By the way, here is some info for whoever may be interested:

If you would like to know if a flashlight body would accept a 17670 or an 18650, and you don't have one of the batteries present, here is a simple way to do it...

17670
To check for the 17670 battery, simply roll the END of a single dollar bill around a CR123 from TOP TO BOTTOM of the bill. The bill will wrap around the CR123 about one and a fourth times. The result is the diameter of the 17670.


18650
Simply put three dollar bills together like you would in a wallet. Then take a CR123 battery and roll the stack of bills around the CR123 from one end of the stack to the other. What you end up with is a roll about the same diameter as an 18650. Chances are if the roll fits in the body, an 18650 will also.
Interesting. :thumbsup:
 
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