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The sad thing is that you probably wouldn't be able to resell them locally for much more than $10 a pop (about $1000 a case). If you bought them at $500-$600 a case that would be a decent return after shipping, etc, but you have to find 100 buyers locally.

Scrap price is about $1.60/lb right now, so a box would net you $75 or so.

That being said, it would be nice to have a few sets around the shop, so I don't have to keep carrying the ones I already have from the table saw to the router table....
I did a quick check search on shipping and estimating the weight of one unit,6#, the USPS rate from here to East Coast, is approx $7.20 in a flat rate box. UPS is around $22. These were just guesses not knowing what city to what city.
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Would that number just happen to be around 12,500?
That works for me!
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I did a quick check search on shipping and estimating the weight of one unit,6#, the USPS rate from here to East Coast, is approx $7.20 in a flat rate box. UPS is around $22. These were just guesses not knowing what city to what city.
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I did a search on his phone number and it looks like he might be local to me. I need some better setup blocks. I will call tomorrow and hopefully set something up.

Never mind, I searched craigslist and it shows he out of Auburn, WA.

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I did a search on his phone number and it looks like he might be local to me. I need some better setup blocks. I will call tomorrow and hopefully set something up.

Never mind, I searched craigslist and it shows he out of Auburn, WA.
I live in Auburn and our area code is 253. Looks like most of the western WA. excluding Seattle,Everett and Tacoma.

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Has anyone purchased these bars from the seller? wondering how the quality is.
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