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Old 11-21-2019, 12:03 AM   #1
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I am selling a Ridgid RE 6 Electrical Tool Kit. Comes with the scissor cutter, dieless crimp head, and PH-60C Punch Head. This is essentially brand new. Asking price is $1,250.
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Old 11-21-2019, 12:05 AM   #2
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Attempting to add photos, but do not see a place to add photos?
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Old 11-21-2019, 12:46 AM   #3
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You don't have enough posts yet to add photos or post links. This is to prevent spam. Make some posts in one of the discussion threads, I believe you need 20.

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Battery powered seems like a problem
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Old 11-21-2019, 01:07 PM   #5
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You don't have enough posts yet to add photos or post links. This is to prevent spam. Make some posts in one of the discussion threads, I believe you need 20.

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Thank you for the info. I will contribute to some other threads and will post photos when I’m able to.
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I’m sorry, I don’t entirely understand what you mean by that. Can you elaborate, please?
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What is the reason for selling it?

You're new here so you cannot post photos until you have the amount of posts needed.

You're new here and you're selling this... Is it 'hot'?
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What is the reason for selling it?

You're new here so you cannot post photos until you have the amount of posts needed.

You're new here and you're selling this... Is it 'hot'?
Hi, Kevin. I can understand the question of it being “hot”. It’s is not. Here is the honest, straight forward story on it. I buy and sell items to put myself through flight training. I purchased this about 3 weeks ago at Bargain Hunt on Nolensville Pike in Nashville. I’ll have to look around and see if I can find the receipt. I’m not always the best at organization!

They had this priced at $2,100 or so. Was speaking to the manager about the item, as I like purchasing larger ticket items. Out of nowhere, he offered it to me as is/no returns for 75% off. Ended up paying $538. Got it home and it didn’t work. Sent it into Rigid and got it repaired. Per Ridgid, the board ribbon was pinched and cut during assembly. Got it back and works perfectly! I have no use for it. I understand this a specialty tool, so I came to the place where people that know this tool hang out! I’ve seen a couple used ones sell on eBay in the $1,000 range or so. However, they don’t have all of the attachments mine has, nor is theirs new like mine.

If someone is genuinely interested in this item and wants to see photos, I do have it listed on FB Marketplace for $1,500. Located in Jackson, TN.
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I am selling a Ridgid RE 6 Electrical Tool Kit. Comes with the scissor cutter, dieless crimp head, and PH-60C Punch Head. This is essentially brand new. Asking price is $1,250.
Adjusting price to $800. Price includes shipping to the lower 48.
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I buy and sell items to put myself through flight training.
So, you aren't an electrician?
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So, you aren't an electrician?
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I’m sorry, but not quite sure what lbtl is suppose to mean...
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IBTL means read the site rules...

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I’m sorry, but not quite sure what lbtl is suppose to mean...
It means that this site is for electrical professionals ONLY- just as it was stated when you didn't read the sign up agreement and hornily clicked accept when signing up just to flog your stuff.

Which as stated in the user sign up agreement- you know the one you didn't read???- that you as a seller need permission to sell on here since it is what you are doing to generate an income.


It was ALSO stated in the sign up agreement that you are to fill out your profile- which of course- you didn't....





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It means that this site is for electrical professionals ONLY- just as it was stated when you didn't read the sign up agreement and hornily clicked accept when signing up just to flog your stuff.

Which as stated in the user sign up agreement- you know the one you didn't read???- that you as a seller need permission to sell on here since it is what you are doing to generate an income.


It was ALSO stated in the sign up agreement that you are to fill out your profile- which of course- you didn't....


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I’ve been part of several different forums for various different things. This is the only one I’ve ever tried to sell on. You guys all act like this is some elite group or something. You’re just electricians? I don’t get it! I agree that electricians are valuable in society, but you guys acts like you’re so above everyone. This is a professional tool for electricians and thought it would be received well being such. Sorry to step on everyone’s toes in this elite group!
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It means that this site is for electrical professionals ONLY- just as it was stated when you didn't read the sign up agreement and hornily clicked accept when signing up just to flog your stuff.

Which as stated in the user sign up agreement- you know the one you didn't read???- that you as a seller need permission to sell on here since it is what you are doing to generate an income.


It was ALSO stated in the sign up agreement that you are to fill out your profile- which of course- you didn't....





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He stated that he sells stuff to make money for flight lessons/schooling...

This makes me worried because it appears he cannot read. If he can't read the site rules how can he read the gauges on a plane?

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I’ve been part of several different forums for various different things. This is the only one I’ve ever tried to sell on. You guys all act like this is some elite group or something. You’re just electricians? I don’t get it! I agree that electricians are valuable in society, but you guys acts like you’re so above everyone. This is a professional tool for electricians and thought it would be received well being such. Sorry to step on everyone’s toes in this elite group!
A better place would be this cool site called ebay. Just make sure you read the site rules first.

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