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    Quote Originally Posted by Discountbearings View Post
    Can someone please advise?
    Simple enough. As with any other vendor. Show us you mean what you claim:
    We are a large bearing supplier. Specializing in hard to find bearings (including obsolete manufacturers), precision spindle bearings, much more.
    Apply YOUR effort to take note of the bearings the PM community most often seeks. We usually post the original bearing maker and codes, if not also alternates.

    DEMONSTRATE that you actually HAVE those and at prices that earn a sale?

    PM members who benefit are not shy about posting "I got mine" and from whence.

    Otherwise the trees are full of squirrels, bearing vendors hardly scarce, and no easier to tell, one from another than squirrels be.

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    Is there a proper place to post materials for sale?
    I have a small stack of 316l stainless.
    Is there a proper place to list that for sale?

    Thanks
    Dave

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    Is there a proper place to post materials for sale?
    Here you go...
    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/v...ale-or-wanted/

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    Thank you.

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    I have some items posted that I want to lower the price on but can't see the option to edit my posts. How is that done?

    Thank you,
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    Quote Originally Posted by 13engines View Post
    I have some items posted that I want to lower the price on but can't see the option to edit my posts. How is that done?

    Thank you,
    Dave
    New post, or reply to your original stating a price drop should do the trick.

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    help me please edit my post ? i would like to up date the photos it is on the south bend g-26 -t steady rest post . thanks , chris.

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    Is it ok to try and track down more information on an old part in here?

    For example, I have a motor has a casing that is quite corroded. It has previously frozen and needed some light tweaking to get running. Some of the model number has been destroyed by the corrosion, but I think I have a correct part number. At the very least, I have the type, brand, and most of the model number. I am having trouble locating more information on what the specs are so I can find a suitable replacement. Is it valid to post an "in search of" thread in that case? If not, where would that be appropriate?

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    Metfab,

    I was told by a friend of mine to come here to help with selling some machine tool repair tools. My dad and I used to do machine tool rebuilding but have not done so for almost 25 years and my dad passed away 12 years ago and I would like to sell them. I don't know how much I would be able to help anymore since I have been out of that field for almost 25 years. I have straight edges, scraped parallels, precision level and precision level square, spanner wrenches, and surface plates which are the smaller ones one is granite and the other two are cast iron, also some shim stock and other misc. I also have a Delta wood planer which I no longer use because I don't have time to do that kind of work anymore. I a open for suggestions. Contact me at :[email protected]

    Thank you,
    Michael


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