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PostPosted: Fri Oct 23, 2020 6:10 pm 
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IIRC there was an STH-10C found some time ago on the ARS, so the thought of an STL-10C wouldn't be too far fetched. I don't have the photos on hand, so if anyone can find it that would be great!

Sidenote: you would not be able to simply slap a 3T22 intake onto an STH/L-10. The rotor on the STL is much bigger than the 3T22, and the holes would probably not line up well.
There's actually been a few STH-10Cs that have popped up. There was that one on eBay like 10 years ago and then there's one in a town in PA that was discovered fairly recently. I forgot which town it was though, saw it in the FB group.

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Chicagosiren-hunters wrote: *
IIRC there was an STH-10C found some time ago on the ARS, so the thought of an STL-10C wouldn't be too far fetched. I don't have the photos on hand, so if anyone can find it that would be great!

Sidenote: you would not be able to simply slap a 3T22 intake onto an STH/L-10. The rotor on the STL is much bigger than the 3T22, and the holes would probably not line up well.
There's actually been a few STH-10Cs that have popped up. There was that one on eBay like 10 years ago and then there's one in a town in PA that was discovered fairly recently. I forgot which town it was though, saw it in the FB group.
If you do remember what town it was please tell me!

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Chicagosiren-hunters wrote: *
IIRC there was an STH-10C found some time ago on the ARS, so the thought of an STL-10C wouldn't be too far fetched. I don't have the photos on hand, so if anyone can find it that would be great!

Sidenote: you would not be able to simply slap a 3T22 intake onto an STH/L-10. The rotor on the STL is much bigger than the 3T22, and the holes would probably not line up well.
There's actually been a few STH-10Cs that have popped up. There was that one on eBay like 10 years ago and then there's one in a town in PA that was discovered fairly recently. I forgot which town it was though, saw it in the FB group.
If you do remember what town it was please tell me!
The STH-10C is located in Great Valley, NY. It's on a pole near the FD

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There's actually been a few STH-10Cs that have popped up. There was that one on eBay like 10 years ago and then there's one in a town in PA that was discovered fairly recently. I forgot which town it was though, saw it in the FB group.
If you do remember what town it was please tell me!
The STH-10C is located in Great Valley, NY. It's on a pole near the FD
Nevermind I found it but are we sure its a STH-10C? I don't see and damper box on the intake

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Look to the right of the intake, you can see the solenoid box and conduit coming from it.


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