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I have a Sears Router Crafter Model Number 720-25250 that I purchased new years ago. It has been sitting around the workshop never used. I found the original manual, templates and such that came with it. It has some rust on the chrome posts where the router transport table has been sitting, but this can removed with steel wool. It is not in the original box any more, but appears to be complete.
I also have an industrial dovetail jig set up Model Number 925450 that I bought used but it also appears complete with the manuals. It is in very good condition.

I would like to know the approximate values. Any help would be appreciated. I am in the Detroit area so I will probably list it using Craigslist, but other selling suggestions would be appreciated.
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I'd be interested in the Router Crafter How much ya thinking of asking for it?
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Make me an interesting offer, at [email protected]
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Not a good idea to post youe e-mail addy on the forums. Spam bots will get it.
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Hi Jim

If you don't sale it to Danny I would suggest you list it here,,,

http://www.routerforums.com/tool-swap-n-sell/

Sometimes things move quick on the forum..

I would sale it for 35.oo bucks for the dovetail jig and 25.oo to 40.oo for the lathe..

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I have a Sears Router Crafter Model Number 720-25250 that I purchased new years ago. It has been sitting around the workshop never used. I found the original manual, templates and such that came with it. It has some rust on the chrome posts where the router transport table has been sitting, but this can removed with steel wool. It is not in the original box any more, but appears to be complete.
I also have an industrial dovetail jig set up Model Number 925450 that I bought used but it also appears complete with the manuals. It is in very good condition.

I would like to know the approximate values. Any help would be appreciated. I am in the Detroit area so I will probably list it using Craigslist, but other selling suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks Guys.
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Not a good idea to post youe e-mail addy on the forums. Spam bots will get it.
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Thanks for the tip, but I tried to send a PM and this is the message I got:
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Jim,

You've got 4 posts already. I don't think anyone would mind if, in this forum subsection, you posted 6 more to get you to 10. Each could be "This is being posted to get me to 10 posts so I can PM jd99" as its message.

Hopefully you've alread got it sold but we also hope you'll decide to stay around and learn more... asking questions and reading responses to others questions.

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Jim and I were able to get the deal done I bought the router crafter.

Look out Fingers........
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Dang, Danny.. I was thinking of that too but was too slow on the keys!

May I ask what you paid for it?

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