FS: Delta Tenon Jig model 34-183

fs: Delta tenon jig model 34-183, very good condition. $60.00 plus shipping.
http://www.deltamachinery.com/index.asp ?9&p#99
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Or you can get a brand new jig: http://shop.woodcraft.com/Woodcraft/product_family.asp?family%5FidH47&gift lse&0pt%2Easp%2Cdept%5Fid%3D10000%26menu%5Fid%3D%26Tree%3D%2CDepartments&1pt%2Easp%2Cdept%5Fid%3D1046%26menu%5Fid%3D%26Tree%3D0%2CPower%20Tool%20Accessories&2pt%2Easp%2Cdept%5Fid%3D2168%26menu%5Fid%3D%26Tree%3D1%2CJigs%20%26%20Fixtures&Giftlse&mscssid[C0C50DCE5A45B29DA4C23FF5185E50
Tenoning Jig Cut perfect straight, angled, or mitered tenons on your table saw safely and easily! Oversized feed handles provide positive, safe operating control while the large crank style handle quickly secures stock up to 3-1/4". A 0 to 45 adjustable backstop supports stock for angular cuts. Its fine adjustment feature guarantees accurate, repeatable cuts. Features built-in provisions for adjustment and alignment to maintain cutting accuracy. Machined cast iron body parts. Fits any table saw with a 3/4" x 3/8" miter groove.
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Name: Tenoning Jig Price:$69.99 $59.99 Sale
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That's funny. It always gets me, these for sale posts. If I go sell something I am lucky to get 1/3 of the origonal price. Lately it seems I have to give it away.
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http://shop.woodcraft.com/Woodcraft/product_family.asp?family%5FidH47&gift lse&0pt%2Easp%2Cdept%5Fid%3D10000%26menu%5Fid%3D%26Tree%3D%2CDepartments&1pt%2Easp%2Cdept%5Fid%3D1046%26menu%5Fid%3D%26Tree%3D0%2CPower%20Tool%20Accessories&2pt%2Easp%2Cdept%5Fid%3D2168%26menu%5Fid%3D%26Tree%3D1%2CJigs%20%26%20Fixtures&Giftlse&mscssid[C0C50DCE5A45B29DA4C23FF5185E50
I see no indication of brand name or manufacturer. It looks to green to be Delta. I'm hesitant about buying a product when the vendor is so ashamed of the manufacturer that they won't identify it in the ad.
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Fred I think it was buzzed off for woodcraft.Of course it looks like it came down the same line as my Delta but this one is nicer. (Ditto) for Jet. Such as the crank wheel. And I don't see Delta or Jet putting in their ads; who the real manufacturer was. Ashamed is a bit too much of a word to use I think. On the other hand, the used prices of stuff posted here are frequently within 80 percent of new. And sometimes equal. What is this? ebay???
It is a very common practice what you see here. When you get some experience in shopping tools you will realize that it is not the vendors who are ashamed of their product or manufacturer, as you suggest.
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I know there are a variety of reasons why vendors don't identify the manufacturers for their product line. One reason is that they may have the same item in stock made by more than one manufacturer.
I prefer to chide them on the practice.
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