What pieces do I need to buy in order to build an M2 from parts?
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  1. What pieces do I need to buy in order to build an M2 from parts?

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    Hi,

    I'm on a budget and would like to know if it's possible to build an M2 part by part? If it's possible, what parts would be required?

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by RabbleRabble View Post
    Hi,

    I'm on a budget and would like to know if it's possible to build an M2 part by part? If it's possible, what parts would be required?

    Thanks
    Package price is cheaper. No point to build from scratch if you don't have any of M1/ M2 components.

    Nick



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    The only reason I'd be interested in building it one piece at a time is that I can swing about a hundred dollars a week without an issue. Looking at the individual components, it appears as though they're all under that price range. Purchasing one or two pieces a week means that I could keep within my budget and still end up with a complete setup, even if it does work out to be more expensive in the long run. I already have a lower rotator, which seems to be the most expensive part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RabbleRabble View Post
    The only reason I'd be interested in building it one piece at a time is that I can swing about a hundred dollars a week without an issue. Looking at the individual components, it appears as though they're all under that price range. Purchasing one or two pieces a week means that I could keep within my budget and still end up with a complete setup, even if it does work out to be more expensive in the long run. I already have a lower rotator, which seems to be the most expensive part.
    Sorry for the late reply.
    you will find the parts here.
    http://www.nodalninja.com/Manuals/QRG_M2.pdf
    That is good to have fun with the parts you have and gradually build up. :=_
    Nick



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