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    Not if it's not exactly what'chew are lookin' for, but the likelyhood of that - and the fact that the components are likely 20 years used....


    I bet you could find the same for 1/3 any day at HGR, McKean, or any surplus machinery outfit.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sfriedberg View Post
    It's sort of specialized so few people would need it, digger doug, but that's not at all a crazy price compared to new.
    Yabutt, anyone with $3k to spend, and needs that cabinet, will probably need to the have it pass the latest NEC/OSHA/NFPA 70 rules, and a couple more.

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    Yesterday I saw a series I Bridgeport that had been converted to cnc on facebook marketplace for $16,000. Not a new looking machine or anything like that. Only a two axis machine as far as cnc part goes. Crazy. Someone must be thinking that they can charge ten dollars an hour for their time learning how to do a conversion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big B View Post
    Yesterday I saw a series I Bridgeport that had been converted to cnc on facebook marketplace for $16,000. Not a new looking machine or anything like that. Only a two axis machine as far as cnc part goes. Crazy. Someone must be thinking that they can charge ten dollars an hour for their time learning how to do a conversion.

    The applications that made sense in the 90's don't necessarily pencil out today.


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    This poster has dumped 100's of post's on craiglist, must be a scrappy:
    CNC GIDDINGS LEWIS TURRET LATH - heavy equipment - by owner - sale

    all 10x overpriced

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    $25 must be the hourly rate ?

    Pretty darn sad state of affairs:
    CNC/Manual Machine Shop - tools - by owner - sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by PegroProX440 View Post
    Hows this for a crazy good deal

    USED KURT ANGLOCK VISE D SERIES 6" | eBay
    Yeah, I regularly see people listing their so so or bad paint job Kurt D60 or 675 for $300-$400ish.
    A local tooling place had a sale a while ago for brand new Kurt DX6 vises for $520...

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    I know it's not craigslist, is D-bay, but this is too good not to post. Anyone on here looking for a good deal on carbide? Diversified Precision Products T-601504-TX01 Carbide Drill Bit 7433 | eBay

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    Quote Originally Posted by SShep71 View Post
    I know it's not craigslist, is D-bay, but this is too good not to post. Anyone on here looking for a good deal on carbide? Diversified Precision Products T-601504-TX01 Carbide Drill Bit 7433 | eBay

    C'mon, a dab of epoxy and it's as good as new.

    -Ron

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    Look, you get three pieces for the price of one. What a deal!

    Tom

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    That's the Oklahoma Guarantee. If it breaks in two, you get to keep BOTH parts.

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    Just looked at an ad for a lathe.

    Says he is the original owner.

    Lathe is from the 1970's.

    Did some research - the seller was born in 1992.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveM View Post
    Just looked at an ad for a lathe.

    Says he is the original owner.

    Lathe is from the 1970's.

    Did some research - the seller was born in 1992.

    Steve
    Pretty fishy sounding, although technically possible if the machine sat unsold for years.
    Perhaps his dad was the original owner, but again he should have said that

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    "Harness wiring frame"
    Harness Wiring Frame - tools - by owner - sale
    $950 ?

    what doo it fit ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    "Harness wiring frame"
    Harness Wiring Frame - tools - by owner - sale
    $950 ?

    what doo it fit ?
    Damn!
    I should start selling random wire bundles/harnesses!

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    "Harness wiring frame"
    Harness Wiring Frame - tools - by owner - sale
    $950 ?

    what doo it fit ?
    I believe it connects to this:
    ds-new-supreme-brick-new-york-f-w-2016.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    "Harness wiring frame"
    Harness Wiring Frame - tools - by owner - sale
    $950 ?

    what doo it fit ?
    towable boom lift, they're $650 brand new.

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    ShopSmith Mark V - tools - by owner - sale
    $6k ?
    Just how much were these new ?


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