Center Mount Slide Excess Inventory: Where can I sell it.

One of my customers has gone out of business and I have TOO MANY center mount slides in my inventory. I have posted a classified ad on www.woodweb.com. Are there any other good places to sell excess slide inventory? I would appreciate any help in that regard.
I am new to the group and I am not sure of the group etiquette. Can I post a message to sell the slides to this group?
Thanks,
Mike C.
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On Nov 27, 5:26 pm, snipped-for-privacy@amosind.com wrote:

Unless I am very much mistaken, you just did.
I'm not complaining.
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I think there is some prefix you can use to indicate you are positing an advertisement. I know that OT = Off Topic to indicate positing that are not directly on the topic of he group. Maybe FS = For Sale?
Why not eBay. It has probably (literally) a million times as much traffic as woodweb classifieds.
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On Tue, 27 Nov 2007 09:26:24 -0800 (PST), snipped-for-privacy@amosind.com wrote:

Use FS (For sale) or (AD) Advertisement in your header when posting here. As long as you don't overdo it, go for it.
By the way, I looked up your post and the price seems to be extremely reasonable. I take it that the "1029-like" means that they are similar to the Accuride 1029 center slide. Rockler sells these at $6.99 and up ($6.29 in qty).
What length are they? Would you consider selling half-box quantities to a wannabe?
Have you looked into selling them on ebay?
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Yes, the slides are similar to the Accuride 1029. The biggest difference is that they have a tab on the moving part of the slide, and you attach a drawer by putting a screw through that hole into the back of the drawer. The 1029 has holes in the back of the moving member, and you attach by putting a screw through the slide and into the bottom of the drawer.
The length of the slide is 15" and the tab is at 14". So you are limited to a 14" long drawer. My customer used to make oak bedroom furniture. This slide was used in a dresser and bedside table. I have many other sizes in stock. I can get you a list. I have a lot of these slides, about 200,000 of them that is why I am listing this slide.
I will put together a list of all the slides that I have and their basic dimensions. I will try to email the list to you using this "group" interface.
I will try ebay. The problem is that the slides are not in my warehouse. They are in a contract warehouse. So they charge me a handling fee for each shipment. If I split up a box, it will cost me about $20 + the cost of a box for me to split boxes.
Mike C.
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If your ONLY participation in this newsgroup is to sell stuff, you will get flamed and/or reported. There are numerous forsale newsgroups with 'forsale' as part of the newsgroup name, for that purpose, though I concur that eBay will probably get you much more exposure.
OTOH, if you are a regular participant in this newsgroup you will not get flamed for posting 'for sales'. Instead you will get flamed for the normal reasons...
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