Thanx jhreed ( gloat )

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sawduster

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Robert
James posted a CL ad he stumbled across and as a result I have a new toyl :gar-Bi


Barely used ...probably not an hour on it :icon_cheers Not bad for 100 dead presidents :eusa_danc Was located right on my way home from work too :cool:

thanx for the head's up James ....you ROCK !!:notworthy: :notworthy:
 

TracyP

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What's fun is watching where the belt launches the stock. damhikt:rotflm:
 

RandyJ

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Congrats on the TOOL score, Robert! You ROCK!

I use mine frequently, even for non-woodworking tasks. One of the best values in my small shop and I probably paid full retail price.:swoon:

Use the tool rest/stop and you won't have to worry about launching work pieces across the shop! damhikt!
 

bwat

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Bill
Congrats! Seems this sander remains one of the best values in ww tools and has no competition in it's price range.:icon_thum
 

farmerbw

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Nice score bro, I saw the ad and talked myself outta looking into it any further. Glad to see it went to a good home where it will get used!! :icon_thum:icon_thum:icon_thum

Brian.
 

Cato

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Bob
Very nice.

I have one of the older gray ones and it is a very handy tool for both the spindle and belt sanding, plus even just hooked up to my shop vac it gets most of the dust from it, so I haven't had to run a DC hose to it yet.
 

jhreed

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james
Congratulations Robert. You can tell by the abrasives that it has not been used. I love mine. I call it the eraser. It erases the mis-cuts I make. I paid full price for mine and it is worth it. The machine is a lot sturdier than it looks.

James
 
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