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Just picked it up tonight used. Nice piece of machinery.
Makes my Jet 6" look like a 4". This isn't a picture I took. It's still sitting in the trailer till tomorrow.
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Congratulations, Mike!!! I'm majorly jealous.. but glad for ya!!

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It doesn't look like it's been "used" very much. Congrats Mike that's a real nice addition to your shop!

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Congratulations, Mike!!! I'm majorly jealous.. but glad for ya!!
Me too.. Ive had my eye on the 8" with 2 hp 110/220 motor form grizzly perhaps for Christmas for me.. congratulations on your new tool

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Congrats on your latest acquisition Mike, BUT is there room for it in your half of the garage? I have room if you don't.




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Sitting on your trailer huh, till morning huh? Well it was!! That sir is one nice piece of machinery, and I suppose you got it for a song. Some guys get all the nice stuff!


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Just picked it up tonight used. Nice piece of machinery.
Makes my Jet 6" look like a 4". This isn't a picture I took. It's still sitting in the trailer till tomorrow.

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Doc, there's room, at least when I get rid of the other one there will be.
Got it for a real nice price Jerry. $350 ain't bad by my reckoning.
It's safe, it's on the trailer, in my garage.

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Hi Mike,

Ifin ya don't have room in your shop, you can send it my way. Very nice buy!!

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$350??????
That's not a sale that's a STEAL!

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You got that for 350.00?? Was the guy asleeo or dead?? How come I never get in on such deals?

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