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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan_machine View Post
    TDegenhart - I am not married, nor do I have kids at home (grandkids in Boston) - I was riffing on Fal Grunt, being silly, and observing that I can think about it some more than others (no wife to be upset.)

    BUT - I have to figure out if it will fit in my shop - which is kind of large, but Full of Stuff. And sadly it's mostly really Good Stuff, so making space can be hard.
    grand kids need toys too. It is your job to supply them toys. You get on route 2, turn right when you get to the other ocean.

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    I had a B&S about that size. Tried to sell it forever for like $800 and no takers. Put it up for $300 and people bidding over the phone to buy it. It was gone in an hour.

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    Bump! Time is running short!

    Its a minimum of 10 hour drive one-way for me to get this machine, I'm doing my best to talk myself out of it as I already have cyl grinder, and other than cool factor don't really need another, plus there is the space problem. Sure hope someone closer can use this, and if so bid accordingly, otherwise I need to make some room........

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan_machine View Post
    Isn't 2 kids for 5 days like 5 kids for 2 days?
    Kids^2 × Days^3

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    Nice machine even for a grand or more, but I don't need an OD grinder.
    local guy would likely lift/load it on a trailer for 100 bucks perhaps less for a ten minuet job.

    Rusty you might call around and find a guy with a lift truck or a tractor to chain lift and put that on your add.

    Agree a tough sell..A friend put a good B&S in the scrap because nobody needed it.

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    It's mine😎😎😎

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    Congratulations, I sent you a message through eBay but I'm not sure if they let the phone number through.
    You can call or email.
    Greg. 208-596-7258
    [email protected]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnhudson View Post
    It's mine������
    Woooooooooowwwww!!!!

    Congrats!

    I paid $500 for a worn out old POS cylindrical grinder with no tooling. Hard to find around here, especially with tooling.

    CONGRATS!

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    Congratulations John! I threw a bid in about 2 or 3 this morning, then set alarm for 15 minutes before closing, and snoozed right thru it......oh well, I have cylindrical grinder already, don't need 2 of them, and selling off existing one would probably not be any easier as I'm even further from civilization than Moscow. You got a smokin' deal!

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    That was fun. The easiest way to sell a machine I have found yet.
    Think I'll do it with my Rivett.


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