Time to sell some items


I was organizing the shop the other day and found some old tools I've since replaced. So I'm selling some odds and ends to support my habit.
Delta 12" benchtop drill press. It's been great. It's one of the original benchtop tools I bought when I first got into ww. I've since replaced it with a floor standing model. I debated keeping it, but space is an issue so out it goes. It's basically in like-new condition. I'll throw in the mortising attachment also. Looks like a new one (without the attachment) is $174 on amazon, so I'm asking maybe $100.
Next is a black and decker plunge router. It has a 1/4" collet only so no half inch bits. It's smallish and light weight. I don't have it in front of me so I don't know the power rating, but I'm sure it's low. It looks smaller than my pc690, but larger than my bosch colt. I think I paid $80 on clearance at menards. Figure $40 for that one.
The next one is a ryobi fixed base router. It's also 1/4" collet only. It's largish, about the size of a PC690, but I'm sure it has less power. Plastic abounds so it's light weight. It was a good first router, but concentricity issues and a non-standard baseplate made it not good for use with my leigh d4, which prompted the purchase of the 690. Comes with a plastic carrying case. Figure $40 for that one also.
Ryobi random orbit sander. I don't use it that much. And I'm planning on using a DA sander with my new compressor. I can't find a price on amazon, so figure $40.
Last is a freud stacked dado set. It's been used, but it's still clean and sharp. When I bought it, they didn't come with a carrier like they do now, so no carrier. It's just loose pieces. You'll probably want to make a box or something. I just hang all the parts on a peg. It comes with all the original shims and chippers. It's an 8" set with the normal 5/8" arbor hole. Looks like amazon has them new for $100 or so, so figure $60.
I'm in the chicago area. If you think the prices aren't right, feel free to suggest a different one. I'd prefer not to ship things, but I guess it's possible if you want to pay the shipping. I *really* don' t want to ship the drill press since it's freakin heavy.
brian
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brianlanning wrote:

I got mine for about $29 from one of those trailer sales, but it may have been a reconditioned one, not sure about that.
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You were organizing your shop and found an old 12" drill press? Geez, and I thought I neglected cleaning my shop! I don't feel so bad now! :) --dave

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lol, is that like mowing your lawn and finding a car? you vacuum sawdust and find tools. I've done that before btw.
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brianlanning wrote:

I don't suppose you're in Canada?
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I doubt it, unless there is a Chicago in Canada that I don't know about. :)
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There might be. There's an Ottawa in Illinois.
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Also one in Kansas. If you want to know where it is, I'd say about 1958. :-)

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Locutus wrote:

Sigh......I looked on Google Maps. And there it wasn't.
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