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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-28-2016, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
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Closing Shop, moving to retirement community
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All tools in Very Good to Excellent Condition


• DeWalt 26453K Palm Sander, variable speed, bag and vacuum dust collection with Bosch, Norton and Abranet 8-Hole discs, 60 to 600 grit discs. $45.00
• Ridgid R5010 1/2in. Hammer/pulse Drill. In Case, $75.00
• Kreg, shop-made pocket hole system with front clamp, adjustable side stop, vacuum adaptor, step drill, long #2 square driver, Ridgid R7000 3/8 in. 6.5 amp, variable speed, 0-2500 RPM drill and hundreds of fine and coarse pocket hole screws plus portable pocket hole guide with Rocket extension and flat and pocket hole frame clamps. $90.00
• Bosch 1132VSR, 3/8 in. variable speed, 0-1100 RPM right angle drill.$150.00
• Craftsman 3/8 in. VSR 0-1200 RPM, 3 amp drill. $20.00
• Festool OF 1400 EQ Plus Router with Edge Guide, dust collection, 1/4, 5/16 and 1/2in. collets, Track guides , Systainer and two circle cutting jigs with Ύ” to 36” diameter capacity. $450.00
• DeWalt DW682 Plate Joiner for 0, 10 and 20 biscuits in metal case with extra biscuits. $200.00
• DeWalt DW715 12” single bevel miter saw, stand with shelf and leveling feet, 72 tooth Freud thin kerf and 32 tooth DeWalt construction blades. $250.00
• Craftsman Belt Sander Model 315.117151, Belt size 3” x 21” 1HP, Cloth bag dust collection. $35.00
• Craftsman Brad Nailer Model 836.272330, Brad length 3/8 – 1 3/16”. $10.00
• Craftsman Variable Speed Scroller Saw Model 315.26730. $ 10.00
• Craftsman 4 ½” Angle Grinder, Model 900.277230 with 2 Ύ” wire cup wheel and 4 ½” 240 Grit Grind wheel. $ 35.00
• Craftsman Electronic Router Model 315.174771,VS, Ό” collet, 7.5amp, with light and depth adjust in 1/64” increments. $ 15.00
• Elu Model 3338 Type 2 VS Electronic Plunge Router (precursor to DeWalt 625) with Ό, and ½” collets with 8-segment adaptors for 1/8”, 5/16 (8mm) and 3/8” shank router bits and includes edge guide, rods, skis, circle and ellipse jigs, new brushes and top and bottom bearings$ 175.00
• Craftsman 1 HP, 25000 RPM fixed base router with light and depth adjust in 1/64” increments. Base plate accommodates PC Type Collars. $20.00
• DeWalt Laminate Trimmer Set with: DW673 Router, Trim Base, Tilting Base, Off Set Base, Seaming Base and Round Base in a hard plastic case. $125.00

Located in NE Ohio, SE of Cleveland.
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-29-2016, 12:32 PM
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Regis, those should sell fast - as those appear to be very reasonable prices.
I'll suggest that you may be well served to post a few photos of things like the routers & accessories.

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Otis,
I spent quite a bit of time assessing selling values and I thank you for your confirming judgement. Festool stuff will always bring a strong SV when the company raises prices every April 1 whether justified or not; 50 year old , 1/4" collet routers, not so much.
As you can see. the response is pretty much nill.
This is a painful process but we need to make the move and I am hoping for the best that my >50 years of accumulating and maintaining, okay, babying these tools will not be in vain.
I have lots of pics but thought they'd be overwheling in the general presentation and plan to use them in the PM replies if there's a way to do that.
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Regis,

I think you have priced your stuff very well. I am too far away to buy anything but give it some time to soak in for others. Keep posting things every few days to keep the tool list fresh and in front of everyone. This is a holiday week for a lot of people so wait until next week when people get back into their normal routines. I am sure you will get some responses then. Good luck
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Regis I think you'll do well with your sales , as they seem very fair to me . Sorry to hear your having to leave your hobby though . I guess that time will come for all of us someday.
I'm way too far away or I'd try to buy something myself

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Regis

What do you have in the way of hand tools?


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Regis the problem with trying to sell on this forum is that there aren't very many of us remotely close so all of it would have to shipped which makes most of it too expensive. Have you tried Craigslist? That might work better.
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Dave,
Lots but I haven't cataloged them yet. Send a PM with what you're looking for.
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Charles,
I've had very bad experience with Craigs List and will never, ever go in that direction again. Thanks for the suggestion though.
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You may want to try ebay, About 12yrs ago I needed some money and sold all my large and some hand tools through ebay sold most everything in a few months.
The upside for me is things got better and I have replace all I sold plus a few more
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