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    Default Multiton Jr machinery skates

    Working condition Multiton Jr rigging skates. As shown.

    $250 obo, located in zip code 60048. pick up only please. Thanks.

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    if my price is out of line on this thing, set me straight. not looking to get rich by selling these rigging skates

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    PM is on the way.

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    I think those are the Junior 'S' as they have the swivel tops. I've got the same set, they're pretty good stuff and 3 or 4 (heck, even 2) would have plenty of capacity for any of the machines I've got. I paid less for mine but I didn't get the metal box. I did however get the steering arm and mine are in basically new condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eKretz View Post
    I think those are the Junior 'S' as they have the swivel tops. I've got the same set, they're pretty good stuff and 3 or 4 (heck, even 2) would have plenty of capacity for any of the machines I've got. I paid less for mine but I didn't get the metal box. I did however get the steering arm and mine are in basically new condition.
    Thank you for sharing. Does your steering arm look exactly like this: MultiTon equipment skate set with case, including for skates, two handles and four pad sets. ? How long is it when assembled, 48"? I'll need to make one.

    Thank you.

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    Yes. I'm not sure on the length, I can check it later today. I forgot that mine also came with a couple pairs of these little connectors for connecting skates together.

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    GLWS

    In certain circles I think you could get 250 bucks for the wicked cool box

    I am always casually on the lookout for moving skates as I figure they would come in handy.

    The drive to pickup would be a killer tho.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by eKretz View Post
    Yes. I'm not sure on the length, I can check it later today. I forgot that mine also came with a couple pairs of these little connectors for connecting skates together.

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    Great, thank you. If you have a chance to make a few photos of the business end, I'd appreciate it. I just want to see the profile of the catching portion. Something tells me that it's not just a round pipe with a slot cut along its length. And I wonder if the slot lays flat on the floor when the handle lays slot down (if looked at from the side).

    I think it was clear as mud, so I'm attaching a sketch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelP View Post
    Great, thank you. If you have a chance to make a few photos of the business end, I'd appreciate it. I just want to see the profile of the catching portion.
    There's a pretty good pic in that auction link that was posted earlier that shows the end of the turning bar:
    MultiTon equipment skate set with case, including for skates, two handles and four pad sets.

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    Sold, thank you

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    Mike, I don't have the T-handle, just a length of pipe in the steering arm. It is 48" long. Here is a better close up image of the cast part of the steering arm - it looks to be identical to the one in the auction photos mentioned above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eKretz View Post
    Mike, I don't have the T-handle, just a length of pipe in the steering arm. It is 48" long. Here is a better close up image of the cast part of the steering arm - it looks to be identical to the one in the auction photos mentioned above.

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    Perfect view.Thank you so much!

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