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    Default wtb radial drill

    Im looking for a smaller radial style drill 2 to 4' foot arm within 400 miles of boise idaho I would rather one that is 220 and not 460 volt. something in the 3 to 5 horse range. 208-941-2587.

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    This one looks really good:
    Small Radial Arm Drill Siemens Harlan KY, Technical School For Sale.
    If only it was closer....

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    thank you the one in spokane is too codged together. want something newer. if that other one was closer that's what Im looking for

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustytool View Post
    A negative value machine...more time, fuel, etc to haul to scrap yard than scrap yard would pay for it

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    What I've seen some of your work, you want one larger than the one in post 2, and newer than post 3.

    I have the smallest American, with a 3' arm and 9" column. That is the smallest I'd recommend for general work. It weighs 6,000#.

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    I picked one up not sure how to close out a thread in the request section but thanks for all the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by idacal View Post
    I picked one up not sure how to close out a thread in the request section but thanks for all the help
    By posting pix of your new addition...

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    here it is. also came with a rotating tilting table
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    I have a real nice fosdick,4ft arm, 4mt.3hp 240volt vfd for speed and a phase converter us gov machine in Missoula,Mt. Send me a pm if you want more info...Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil in Montana View Post
    I have a real nice fosdick,4ft arm, 4mt.3hp 240volt vfd for speed and a phase converter us gov machine in Missoula,Mt. Send me a pm if you want more info...Phil
    Do you read the threads or just the titles before posting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by idacal View Post
    here it is. also came with a rotating tilting table
    Now that's what i call a mantique


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