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Yes, I know this isn't what you would call your normal woodworking tool but I did need it when doing a woodworking project requiring me to dismantle a fireplace for an mantle. That said >

I've got a RIDGID No. 25 Extractor Set that I got used and used it one time. I paid $200 for it and would like to recoup my money. It is complete and all parts are in original condition. It retails for $450.
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Yes indeed, these do come in very handy!! I wish we were in better times, here in Louisiana (oil crash), I'd make you an offer for them!
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Thanks guys ... that was just the situation ... had some pipe in a gas fireplace that they wanted removed as they were converting it to wood burning and wanted me to do the mantel and I (like a fool) said I'd remove it. Lost my butt on that job!

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