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    Default 2 haas rotary tables for sale

    001.jpgdsc00053.jpgdsc00054.jpgdsc00055.jpgdsc00056.jpgHey guys,

    I have two Haas rotary tables I am looking to part ways with.

    One is a standard HRT-210 and one is a HRT-210HS (High speed)

    Look to get $6200.00 for the HS and $5500.00 for the standard.

    New to the website and cannot figure out how to post pictures.

    Send me a PM for more info.

    Located in Arizona

    Text 602-621-1043-Kevin
    Last edited by KGSerrill; 08-11-2017 at 08:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KGSerrill View Post
    New to the website and cannot figure out how to post pictures.
    Click the "go advanced" button and then "manage attachments".

    Steve

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    Looks like I got it to work! Thank you SO much!

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    Can you prove their yours to sell?

    I only ask because I know 2 shops recently that got cleaned of just about everything that could be moved a few days before auction.

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    I am not exactly sure what you mean by that. I can post serial number pictures or you can come take a look at them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KGSerrill View Post
    I am not exactly sure what you mean by that. I can post serial number pictures or you can come take a look at them.
    You know exactly what I mean!!

    Are they stolen? Do you have the original receipts, can you prove their yours, and not stolen from a shop somewhere?

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    what version are they?

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    I am sure he drove to california to rip them off.

    Seriously, might as well place that response on every ad here and ebay. Or better yet craigslist.

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    Not to be arbitrarily rude, but White rotaries are only surpassed by Black rotaries in age. The Red ones are newer and fetch almost half of what you are asking. Don't be surprised if you receive offers that strike you as low ball. Your asking prices are what one would expect to see for current Stainless skinned rotary models. Also, because of their age, you will want to post whether they are 14 pin or 17 pin connections. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by triumph406 View Post
    Can you prove their yours to sell?

    I only ask because I know 2 shops recently that got cleaned of just about everything that could be moved a few days before auction.
    I know a couple of people who were robbed on the street recently. Can you prove that the money you'll pay to buy those RTs are yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by triumph406 View Post
    You know exactly what I mean!!

    Are they stolen? Do you have the original receipts, can you prove their yours, and not stolen from a shop somewhere?
    Are you accusing me of driving to CA, breaking into someone's facility and taking these?! If you would like to come see them, the facility they are coming out of and the machines they originally came off of please feel free to private message me and I will arrange that.

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    I might have been interested in these, but if you're more interested in having a pissing contest with Triumph than in answering my question, forget it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Dickman View Post
    I might have been interested in these, but if you're more interested in having a pissing contest with Triumph than in answering my question, forget it.
    Unless something has been edited out I would hardly call one polite response to a ridiculous inquiry "a pissing contest".

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    Quote Originally Posted by KGSerrill View Post
    Are you accusing me of driving to CA, breaking into someone's facility and taking these?! If you would like to come see them, the facility they are coming out of and the machines they originally came off of please feel free to private message me and I will arrange that.
    No I'm not, but I know of at least 4 rotaries that had been stolen pre-auction from 2 shops, 2 ended up at another shop, and 1 ended up on ebay, so knowing the people they were stolen from, and their economic loss, I wouldn't buy one without some proof that the sellor owned them. I assume you still have the paperwork etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by triumph406 View Post
    No I'm not, but I know of at least 4 rotaries that had been stolen pre-auction from 2 shops, 2 ended up at another shop, and 1 ended up on ebay, so knowing the people they were stolen from, and their economic loss, I wouldn't buy one without some proof that the sellor owned them. I assume you still have the paperwork etc.
    If the OP doesn't have the purchasing paperwork at hand, he may still be able to prove provenance through his local HFO if he bought or had the tables serviced through them.

    The OP shouldn't take to much offense at this line of questioning, unfortunately many of us have been victims or unwitting buyers of stolen materials. I have some fancy alloy wheels (for cars) that I will be trying to sell (not here), and was really glad to find that I did still have my purchase paperwork for them - from the late 90's!

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    Well good news is you're not buying these. They are now sold and I got the buyer in contact with the HFO sales guy my father originally purchased these from so they can install his 2 new/used machines he has coming and these as well. I get where you're coming from but there is no need to accuse someone of stealing over a forum. You were a great welcoming gift to this forum/website I was excited to start using. You have changed my mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Dickman View Post
    I might have been interested in these, but if you're more interested in having a pissing contest with Triumph than in answering my question, forget it.

    Larry,

    I was a little sidetracked by Triumph and his posts. Sorry about that. The RT's have been sold. It seems as if they were over priced as well. Was just going off what I see them going for online. Good news is they sold for 400$ less then asking price. Sounds like Triumph knows where some are though. I would shoot him a PM and see if he has any for sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KGSerrill View Post
    . You were a great welcoming gift to this forum/website I was excited to start using. You have changed my mind.
    Well, the "Rules" or mainly "suggestions" in the stickies above
    clearly state you should have 50 post's under your belt,
    before any sales.

    Then the people here could see your a real person, and not
    just someone trying to dump and run selling something
    that they might even not know what they have beyond a google
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    Your pricing did look like you were doing just that BTW.

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    I guess I did not take a look at the Suggestions. I understand where you're coming from. I did offer Triumph to come and see the facility they came out of and I extend the offer to you and anyone else. You can tour the shop with the other people that do weekly. It is a shop with 73 CNC machines and 18 Injection mold machines. Been family ran and owned since 1973. I have nothing to hide here brother. Was told to list them on this site from a friend as craigslist has not worked well in the past for machine sales. My pricing clearing was very very close to accurate as they both sold to a local guy who contact me from this listing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Dickman View Post
    what version are they?
    Larry, now that the OP has sold his, I do have a brush-style HRT-210 working and on the machine, available with servo card if desired. Clean ownership with papers. Very low hours since I've had it, the type of work I do rarely requires a rotary. Red paint, in very good cosmetic and excellent working condition.

    Let me know if you're interested before I put up a general for sale.


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