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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 10-07-2009, 05:45 PM
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one of the local guys I buy rought cut from outfitted his shop with Griz about 8 years ago. He runs the hell out of the stuff and swears by it. I think you'll be most pleased!!!
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received my grizzly tools tuesday, 15" planer 8"jointer 24"belt sander 1023SLX tablesaw 19"bandsaw large dust collector and drill press wow what a unloading job 23 assorted crates and boxes used two pickup trucks to unload the usp 40 ft trailer and then drove them down my driveway,thats when the fun started we used a set of atv loading ramps and plywood skids to get them off the pickups. four men and two hours later with a hole cut in my shop doorway (the 24inch sander just would not clear).ive spent the last 2 days putting everthing together, electric guy is coming sat to hook everything up hope to be making some sawdust by sunday. tks for your time.KEN
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Ken I too apologized for not responding I did not see your first post but welcome, even if I am late.

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Hi Ken,

You won't be disappointed with Grizzly. I've have their Hybrid TS, a small air comp., and belt sander. They are reliable machines and they do have an excellent tech team to help you.

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Yee-ha, Ken! Please keep us posted... I want to hear how it all goes together.. and then see some projects!

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Pics would be nice too if possible

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Geez Ken "Instant Shop" ! Congrats and yes please post pics!

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