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    Default Anyone need a $1000 big planer

    Not mine...

    Rockford HyDraulic Planer 36" x 120" bed, 10 ft stroke. Pump approx 90A @ 240 3PH.
    hydraulic lift clapper boxes
    good working machine, needs minor TLC

    In Ashville, NC

    Planer needs a good home - US $1,000.00 (Asheville, NC) | VintageMachinery.org
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    I bet 1k will not pay for the loading...Phil

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    Free delivery?....

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    Hmmm, I could park it on the tennis court and build a shed over it

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    That looks to be a very nice machine. That'd last you a lifetime is it's been looked after. I take it the sizes mentioned in the advertisement are the overall sizes and not the working capacity of the machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalmatiangirl61 View Post
    Hmmm, I could park it on the tennis court and build a shed over it
    Add a couple of grinding heads and you'd have a specialty that could pay the rent, out there in the low-overhead desert .... you could probably keep busy just redoing Bridgeport tables

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    I have lust in my heart.

    But a hole in the wallet and a nega-hole in the shop make it unlikely. I hope someone grabs it.

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    Been trying to pin down rigging and transportation costs for the last week. Expensive sucker to move.

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    Bet that rotater wrecker has a landoll big brother. Load up and have them drive to you.

    If that was a 6' table machine I would grab it. Been looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mebfab View Post
    Bet that rotater wrecker has a landoll big brother. Load up and have them drive to you.

    If that was a 6' table machine I would grab it. Been looking.
    Well, it's 600 miles.

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    No "cheap" way to move. But pulling it up onto landoll would save loading costs. Betting..... $2500 in mileage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mebfab View Post
    No "cheap" way to move. But pulling it up onto landoll would save loading costs. Betting..... $2500 in mileage?
    We didn't have fancy lifting gear back in the day. It was a case of taking them apart and re-assembling them on site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mebfab View Post
    No "cheap" way to move. But pulling it up onto landoll would save loading costs. Betting..... $2500 in mileage?
    If it was 5k pounds lighter I should be around that # at 50k pounds, its about 3250 or so.

    Trying to coordinate truckers and riggers, is like herding cats though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post
    We didn't have fancy lifting gear back in the day. It was a case of taking them apart and re-assembling them on site.

    Regards Tyrone.
    Not much to take apart on this thing. Not sure taking the gantry off is worth the effort.

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    That would have been the best time to become the new owner, when the previous owner's rigger was in the process of moving it outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie_obe View Post
    That would have been the best time to become the new owner, when the previous owner's rigger was in the process of moving it outside.
    Thats going inside, in those pictures I believe. Its been stored inside his building for a few years.

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    That is a small planer.

    The planer that built that planer is a big planer.

    IMO, a planer is a big planer when it becomes a divisible load.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Green View Post
    Trying to coordinate truckers and riggers, is like herding cats though.
    Add in export packing for a true nightmare

    For the trucking part, Two Brothers in Napa, Californee and Nova Shipping in West Bloomfield, Michigan, have been the best for us. Your price seems a little high.

    I'd still like to see spotted dog get this, it'd be great out in the desert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Green View Post
    Been trying to pin down rigging and transportation costs for the last week. Expensive sucker to move.

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    My neighbor's friend is a trucker from around that area of western NC. He hauled my machines on his lowboy trailer for me. Not cheap but good service never is. Send me a PM and I will give you his contact info if you think you could use him.

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    $1000?

    This Russian open-sided planer just sold for US$265 here in NZ. But it was at the very bottom of the country, advertised as a "Manual Russian Mill" and the seller was unable to answer questions such as model, table size etc.

    It has a milling head fitted to one of the two heads.

    Just too much cast iron, too far away, hopefully it's next trip isn't brutal and final.

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