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Hello I'm trying to built a woodshop and I found this person that is selling this tool that are new in their boxes but are old models that he never used. I just want to here from any as of what they think is a good deal. delta 10" unisaw model#34-802 w/52" unifence 3hp for 1050.00, delta dj-20 8" jointer model# 37-350 w/stand 1200.00, delta band saw model# 28-303 w/stand 650.00, and delta planer 13" x 5.9" model# 22-660 950.00 any opinion will be apreciated. I just want to make sure I'm getting a good deal.
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Hi Hector

Not great but good if the boxes are sealed from the fac.

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Hello I'm trying to built a woodshop and I found this person that is selling this tool that are new in their boxes but are old models that he never used. I just want to here from any as of what they think is a good deal. delta 10" unisaw model#34-802 w/52" unifence 3hp for 1050.00, delta dj-20 8" jointer model# 37-350 w/stand 1200.00, delta band saw model# 28-303 w/stand 650.00, and delta planer 13" x 5.9" model# 22-660 950.00 any opinion will be apreciated. I just want to make sure I'm getting a good deal.



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Hi Bob, thanks for your input.They look like they are and he has receipts for them. Why did you mention about them been sealed? Is there anything I should look for when I go see them? I 'm thinking on getting the table saw,the jointer and the band saw. He said that he is willing to a better price on the combo.
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It's not a big deal the norm but many pull them out and don't get all the parts back into the box, time has got a way to make you forget about the small things..that can run into big bucks..(like a plastic bag(s) of parts)..


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Hi Bob, thanks for your input.They look like they are and he has receipts for them. Why did you mention about them been sealed? Is there anything I should look for when I go see them? I 'm thinking on getting the table saw,the jointer and the band saw. He said that he is willing to a better price on the combo.



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Parts might have been pulled out to put another machine together, such as happened at the store to the new table saw here.

$20+ later we have the parts from bag number 4. Was just easier to buy than deal with the parts department the way things had been going.

Had something else recently that cost almost $30 in bolts, nuts, washers and screws. Got lucky on that one and after the replacements were bought found a way to do it without using the new, still in the packaging store stuff. So most of it can be returned. Each time it has been metric pieces that were needed. Suppose it is because so much wood working equipment is made in China...or at least the lower end stuff I buy is.
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Greetings Hector and welcome to the router forum. We are pleased you have chosen to join with us. Even if discontuned you might Google one just to see what price might be displayed.

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