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Old 07-09-2019, 12:47 PM   #21
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You should buy them.
If I did I wouldn't be like these cheapasses. I would give you fair market value. Maybe even extra just because they were yours.
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Old 07-09-2019, 12:52 PM   #22
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I will applaud Hax keeping his workshop/warehouse cleaned up & cleaned out. Some people hang on to almost everything "just in case".
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There's only one way I can see this going: cognac enemas.
That reminds me, you left your turkey baster here.
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How much?
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How much?
Make a reasonable offer.
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Make a reasonable offer.
How bout 100' of 12/3.


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Old 07-09-2019, 05:39 PM   #30
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Old 07-09-2019, 06:38 PM   #31
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Default Serious offer.

New, they are worth about $250 new bare tool.

I would offer $150 and pay up to $25 to ship.

I would expect them to be autographed.

with a sharpie, not any type of body fluid.
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Uh, Is that a no??
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Sorry, I haven’t checked this thread since everyone was stepping on it.

That is a very reasonable offer, but I have change my mind. I figure if I ever need either one of them one day it would be worth the $150 to have them on hand. Thanks anyway.
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Sorry, I haven’t checked this thread since everyone was stepping on it.

That is a very reasonable offer, but I have change my mind. I figure if I ever need either one of them one day it would be worth the $150 to have them on hand. Thanks anyway.
No doubt, they are nice to have.
Just to be able to rip a piece of plywood out it the wild is a good reason to keep that skill saw. The Porta-ban is a bit nichey but, when you need it, it seems like nothing could be better.
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It looks like you barely could give away things for free in here.
I sold a 3 family house and I left a very good kerosene blower, greenly Pulleys and a few benders in the basement.
Im building a few houses now here in fl and I use the bandsaw to cut closet tracks , patio door tracks,etc
It is underused but I refuse to give it away for free
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Sorry, I haven’t checked this thread since everyone was stepping on it.

That is a very reasonable offer, but I have change my mind. I figure if I ever need either one of them one day it would be worth the $150 to have them on hand. Thanks anyway.
I had hoped you'd come to your senses.


Was it the thought of cutting the WM that made you realize what you have?
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It looks like you barely could give away things for free in here.
I sold a 3 family house and I left a very good kerosene blower, greenly Pulleys and a few benders in the basement.
Im building a few houses now here in fl and I use the bandsaw to cut closet tracks , patio door tracks,etc
It is underused but I refuse to give it away for free

That's gospel truth among electricians,

most squawk about pennies.
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Milwaukee usually has good resale value. I have sold old, abused, worn out Milwaukee tools that should have gone in the dumpster. Guys here are just cheap.
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The other thing working against you selling tools here is the rampant tool addiction. Everyone that remotely wants or needs it, already bought it. Best chance to sell them one used is to break into their van and sell it back to them fast, before they can get to a Home Depot.
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looks like you're gonna have to make these a "value added" or "one of a kind" type deal. Think used panties etc.
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