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    Default wysong 8ft x 10 gage shear for sale

    nice 1956 machine. mechanical. back operated back gage. in good condition. we dont need it anymore since we got our laser. $4000 as is where is but reasonable offers considered since we need the space. easy load 50 ft straight shot to loading dock. email me. [email protected]

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    bump bump bump

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    do you happen to have any pics?

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    Sam best to use my email so I can send them directly to you. [email protected]

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    if you have any questions, please email me at [email protected]
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails shear-back-2-.jpg   shear-front-compressed.jpg   shear-date-2-.jpg   shear-drive-2-.jpg   shear-end-2-.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by surplusjohn View Post
    if you want photos please email your email address to me at [email protected]. thanks
    Post em right here John, it's easier now that PM host's them internally.

    Use the "manage attachments" button below your post when editing.

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    thanks Doug. that is easier

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    there has been allot of interest in this shear but no one has stepped up yet. the boss says make sure it is out of the door by September 15, so we are a motivated seller. so don't be afraid to make and offer, I can not be insulted, ask either of my ex wives,

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    FYI, located In Syracuse NY at Oneida Air Systems,
    it is under power, 230/460 3 phase,

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    John - How is a machine with a foot treadle operation like that made acceptable to OSHA? I'm sure a big shop like that conforms to the regs, but I thought the foot control had to have a cover or device to prevent accidental triggering? I have a similar old mechanical shear I'd like to put back in use, but am concerned about this issue.
    Apologies for the OT, but I'm thinking you can answer something I haven't found elsewhere - thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mud View Post
    John - How is a machine with a foot treadle operation like that made acceptable to OSHA? I'm sure a big shop like that conforms to the regs, but I thought the foot control had to have a cover or device to prevent accidental triggering? I have a similar old mechanical shear I'd like to put back in use, but am concerned about this issue.
    Apologies for the OT, but I'm thinking you can answer something I haven't found elsewhere - thanks.
    Mud, didn't you notice the OSHA-approved 2x4 blocking device? I think you can get them from Amazon for $345 ea.

    John, that looks like a nice machine, if I did more sheet metal work I'd be on that.

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    actually a 4x4. special .

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    a two hand anti tie down air operated clutch trip could be added easily.

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    shear is sold, thank you to all that were interested


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