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stc123 stc123 Posted on May 12, 2007

Were can I buy the walkie talkie Motorola Talkabout T5210 2-Way Radio? thanks...

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Ebay is a great source or target,amazon.com or im sure Wal-Mart has some

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Go to wal mart buy 2 set new cost 30 to 40 pair near to you att franco

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