I put my Jet Hybrid TS in the paper this last week and the phone rang
off the hook. Remember the saw that came before the supersaw...it has
a cabinet base, with a 2hp motor and twin belts. Xacta fence, 30"
rail. Went for $650 which was full asking price. Maybe I should have
asked for more.
Well the Unisaw should be here tomorrow, the Jet's replacement. 50"
biesmeyer (sp?) fence, 3hp, 2 cast wings and mobile base. Can't wait.
this wasnt your add rob. but you may be correct as im not sure of the
model number. here is a copy of the add. it looks like a uni. right
tilting arbor saw. but ya never can tell. lol... it dont give hp
rateing so ..........
10" Tilting arbor, Model 36-750, 230v, right tilt, mobile base, side
extension, unisaw fence. Excellent condition. $1000 obo. Jim
No. IIRC those were a about $8-900. I think that's a very fair price for a
lightly used tool. Too close to retail and prople will just pay a few $ more
for support and warantees that come with a new machine.
This weekend I picked up a Jet Hybrid TS for $650. Excellent condition. Only
used occasionally for cross-cutting some balsa wood. It appeared that the
owner didn't really know what he had. But oh well, gloats are made of this
I bought the new Jet hybrid saw for $850. Used it very lightly for a year
and put an ad out for $800. I had someone give me a deposit within 2 days
and he picked it up a few weeks later. Not sure what he was thinking but
hey, it helped pay for the new unisaw.
That's always nice. I had a camper a few years back that I paid $500
for. I used it for a season and sold it in a day and a half to a lady
for $3500 after telling her exactly what was wrong with it (broken
heater, leaky roof). Some people are just foolish, I guess.
Depends on how much you figure your time, dealing with 'tire kickers', is
$650 is not a 'give away' price, although it is an 'attractive to the buyer'
level (as you found out :).
Guessing you probably could have gotten $100 more, but it would have taken
time, effort, and aggravation. "Peace of mind" _does_ have value. :)
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