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    Default Johnson model J horizontal bandsaw for sale

    This is a nice heavy duty made in the USA saw. Much heavier built than any of the imported stuff. I have owned it for about 3 years or so and it has been a good reliable saw. It is in good working order, I rebuilt the downfeed cyl. and also changed the motor to 120v single phase. It takes a 1" wide 11'6" blade that is available from Grainger and other suppliers. It has 4 speeds via stepped pulleys. It comes with a manual and a brand new 10tpi blade. I would love to keep it but I got another saw and just don't have the space to have 2 saws. It is located in Ann Arbor MI, and is too heavy to ship. I can load on your truck or trailer, and could even deliver if close by. I am asking $750 obo which is cheap for a saw with this much capacity. Contact me via email or phone


    Dan
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    I would consider trades or partial trades as well, I am looking for a mill/drill, bridgeport mill, or a 20" drill press, but would consider other things as well.
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    Just trying to get my money out of it...but is my price out of line??

    Dan

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    Dan anytime I look at something that some just painted it raise a flag. I am looking for a saw but not half way across the country

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    I guess I shouldn't have put it on the pallet that I painted my lathe on then...I never did paint the bandsaw.

    Dan

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    Those end up going for around 4-500 on ebay. There was one listed locally here for $300 on CL about a week ago.

    They're nice saws.

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    I'm studying on the drill trade idea, let you know in the next few days.

    Paul

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    Paul- what type of drill do you have?

    Dan

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    Turned out to be a dead end. I was looking at one in the bone yard at work but it's not up for grabs.

    Paul


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