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    Default WTT Lamy 2000 Broad Nib

    I'm hoping to trade my Lamy 2000 Broad Nib for a Lamy 2000 Fine Nib or something else of similar value.

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    Default Re: WTT Lamy 2000 Broad Nib

    Where in the world are you? Also have you ever removed a nib from a Lamy 2000?
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    Default Re: WTT Lamy 2000 Broad Nib

    The Lamy 2000 nib is reasonably priced online and removing/installing it is easy. The removal and installation process takes much less that five minutes. I own three Lamy 2000 pens, and each one has a different nib and a different ink color: Blue, Green, and Red. I purchased and installed Medium Obliques nibs in each of my three pens and set the regular medium and fine nibs aside.

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    Default Re: WTT Lamy 2000 Broad Nib

    Quote Originally Posted by SeattleInker View Post
    The Lamy 2000 nib is reasonably priced online and removing/installing it is easy. The removal and installation process takes much less that five minutes. I own three Lamy 2000 pens, and each one has a different nib and a different ink color: Blue, Green, and Red. I purchased and installed Medium Obliques nibs in each of my three pens and set the regular medium and fine nibs aside.
    His F nib would be free from me and would only cost him $17 USPS postage. He can get this brand new, never inked Lamy 2000 F nib from me in exchange for his B nib but sadly he didn't answer my message giving him this information. Maybe he can't/doesn't want to remove his nib and simply swap it for another as Lamy would do? Or he isn't aware how very simple it is to send a nib in the mail to the UK and receive a different one in return? Or maybe he just doesn't trust me?

    Would you like to swap a M for a brand new F?
    Last edited by Chrissy; September 10th, 2022 at 06:02 AM.
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