I have a Griz 1022 With a Delta 32 inch Unifence. I bought the saw new
and picked it up in Willamsport, PA. I'm near Harrisburg.
It's about 5 years old so it's the older style with the full front but
open side stand and cast wings.
I think I paid $450 for the saw and $280 for the fence. It has a new
Freud blade. It probably has less then 10 hours use in my home shop.
The wife gave me the ok to buy a Unisaw.
What is a good price to ask? I'd like to get $500 or is that out of
PICS available if anyone is interested.
I listed a Jet contractor's saw in our local bargain paper / web site
last December. I had about $700 new into the saw, $550, plus a mobile
base, link belt, blade, and some small accessories, about 7 years ago.
I listed it at $375, it sold in _4 hours_. I had fresh calls still
coming in when I was helping the buyer put it in his truck.
$500 might be a good place to start, if you don't get any bites on it,
lower the price, you might get surprised!
If you have used a saw for 10 hours in 5 years, why do you need a new one?!
Anyhow, stuff like that usually sells for about half retail.
Certainly you can ask $500. It is just a matter of how much fuss you want
to go through to get rid of it.
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