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    Default WTS: 1/16" Davis Keyseater Broach

    1/16" wide keyway broach for a Davis Keyseater (name and size are stamped on the edge). It doesn't appear to have any chipped or broken teeth and feels sharp to the touch.
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    $50 +shipping OBO. I normally like to go USPS flat rate boxes for bits like this, but it's length means that it would have to go in one of the flat medium size boxes ($15.05), so if you want I can put it in a cardboard envelope and price a better rate with your address.

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    Still available. Any offers?

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    Still available

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    I'll go $25.00 and just keep it in the drawer for that one job that may never show up. A cardboard tube like McMaster ships in would be best. A 1/16 broach is pretty fragile and two piece ones don't work too well. dmcgearsatyahoodotcom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan from Oakland View Post
    I'll go $25.00 and just keep it in the drawer for that one job that may never show up. A cardboard tube like McMaster ships in would be best. A 1/16 broach is pretty fragile and two piece ones don't work too well. dmcgearsatyahoodotcom.
    email sent

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    Broach is sold.


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