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    Default WTB no. 4 Morse taper drills

    I am tooling up a big camelback I'm restoring. I don't own any no. 4 Morse taper drills. If you have one or two or more to sell please contact me, thanks!

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    We have some 4 taper drills. (sorted for auction) I don't about shipping to Seattle though. Probably not worth your trouble

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark P. View Post
    We have some 4 taper drills. (sorted for auction) I don't about shipping to Seattle though. Probably not worth your trouble
    I sold allot of them by the pound, as assortments, and they all went by flat rate box, re-enforce the ends with extra box pieces.

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    Let me know what size or if you are interested. 1 7/8 down to 1 5/32. Even have a 5 taper. PM me and I can send a picture. Thanks Digger Doug for the by the lb suggestion. Sounds fair
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark P. View Post
    Let me know what size or if you are interested. 1 7/8 down to 1 5/32. Even have a 5 taper. PM me and I can send a picture. Thanks Digger Doug for the by the lb suggestion. Sounds fair
    I didn't sort other than MT size.
    First run of boxes (about 50lbs each) was sharp, and IIRC $3 lb.
    Next run was dulled, chipped, but good overall, $2 lb.
    Last run was good taper, but broken ends (need to cut off ends with chopsaw, and regrind) $1 lb.


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