Delta Unisaw US to UK?

Anyone heard of or know a way to get a Unisaw (dado capable) to the UK from the US.?
Either new or used, with/without motor Regards martin
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anyone know the best way to do this please.
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Martin King wrote:

It certainly would guarantee Personal Delivery huh?
Philski
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An advantage of new is that the machine is already packed so you may save on crating cost. You may want to contact a freight forwarder that can arrange pickup in the US. Probably cheapest to buy it at a store near the shipping port. If you go over the water, allow a couple of weeks. Air, only a day or two, but customs can take another couple of days.
You may also want to check with Amazon to see if they ship overseas. Or check www.coastaltool.com http://www.coastaltool.com/cgi-bin/SoftCart.exe/front_counter/shipany.htm?L+coastest+rcnf8701ff1d9f1d+1100439244 They seem to be able to handle it.
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On Sat, 13 Nov 2004 09:58:11 -0000, "Martin King"

Can you buy a new UK spec Unisaw and install the USA spec arbor?
Barry
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On Sat, 13 Nov 2004 09:58:11 -0000, "Martin King"

Why not just buy a UK saw with a long arbor ?
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By boat.

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http://www.sawcenter.com/unisawparts.htm $88.00 or $64.50 depending on which tilt, seems like this would be cheaper than shipping a complete saw.
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