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    Default Small surface grinder

    I have a small surface grinder that was part of a package deal that I dont really need. I have not run it so cant vouch for its accuracy. Has a brown and sharp magnetic base with it. Im thinking it would be good for a small hobby shop. I already have a slightly larger Doall or Id be keeping it. Just dont need two. Not really sure as to its value. Thinking 350 but please let me know if Im off base on the price. Rather see it go to a good home. Took the pics from a ladder so not the greatest. LMK if you need to see something in particular and I can pull it down and try to do better.

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    P.S. Would consider adding money and trade on #2 or #3 horizontal mill.
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    Delta/Rockwell

    I'm rebuilding one right now. Your right that they're a good grinder for a home shop as most are 110v.

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    Jeff,

    PM sent with some questions.

    Greg

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    Quote Originally Posted by bodaver32 View Post
    Jeff,

    PM sent with some questions.

    Greg
    Replied to your questions.

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    Jeff, where do you live?

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalmagpie View Post
    Jeff, where do you live?
    Shelby, Ohio 44875

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    Just bought one and I am putting it together. It weighs a lot more than it looks like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeM View Post
    Just bought one and I am putting it together. It weighs a lot more than it looks like.
    I would agree. While its nothing like a larger unit it is heavier than it looks. When I got this one the owner had a small john deere tractor with a front loader to load it(not sure of the model but it was a small one). It would not lift it as is if I remember correctly. I think I removed the legs and we were just able to get it loaded.

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    Sales brochure lists them at 670lbs. Mine has no legs and I'd guess that shaves off 100lbs.

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1141/1691.pdf
    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1141/1889.pdf
    (thanks to vintagemachinery.org for manual scans)

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    The grinder is sold.

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