Insurance Sale, but I know the original owner (retired - Lamberts Prostheti
cs and Orthotics). I highly suspect the saw is in excellent working order.
Anyone have info/knowledge, they could further contribute about this bands
aw. Big and heavy iron, I could use something larger than my 14" Delta. T
he Ins guy was willing to take $500 for it.
I bought the upright drill press for $35.
On Tuesday, October 14, 2014 10:10:49 PM UTC-5, Morgans wrote:
Actually, I went there to check out the flammable cabinet. My shop needs o
ne. It was small, but I passed on it, yesterday. I've decided to go get i
t anyway. I'll call the guy and see if it's still available.
Nice Craftsman drill press. When I bought it, I thought to give it to my b
rother, but I may keep it and give him my old '50s Rockwell -
I had seen the bandsaw, while there, but didn't consider it. Three hours l
ater I called the guy and he said someone else came by and wanted it, but w
as to wait until today to get it. I told the guy I'd take it, so I'm waiti
ng to hear back, if it's still available, by noon. Hope so.
On Wednesday, October 15, 2014 8:55:14 AM UTC-5, Sonny wrote:
I was able to get the flammables cabinet for $40 and the bandsaw for $500.
The tires look good. I hope they are, since replacements are about $120, I
The motor needs 2 new bolts, for securing it to its seating.
The saw sits on a custom made wooden base and that needs replacing. We br
oke parts of it, while moving it. I have it hanging, sideways, in my old g
arage, so I'll do some of those base "repairs" while in that accessible pos
ition. About 5-6 new blades came with it and several old blades, that migh
t be able to be sharpened.
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