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post #1 of 12 Old 03-17-2010, 09:46 AM Thread Starter
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New Toys.....

I got two new toys for the shop this week. I know its only Wednesday, but I've been lucky. Details and pics to follow soon!

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I got two new toys for the shop this week. I know its only Wednesday, but I've been lucky. Details and pics to follow soon!

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Liar, did not
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NO FAIR! Tantalizing us,then slamin the door on us.We want pictures and all the details.hehe Itchy
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sorry for the delay....here ya go!

New toys this week. Performax 16-32 drum sander. I met this older gentleman a few years ago thats dabbles in woodworking. He bought this drum sander a few years ago and never used it. It was used when he got it but not much. The sander and two giant boxes of paper for $350. I figured it was a good deal. The same guy is actually teaching me how to use a wood lathe. Maybe one day I'll add a lathe to the shop. There other toy is a new dewalt router kit. I have a few other plunge routers and this one takes the top spot. The built in dust collection is top notch. Comments welcome.

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Yeah I would say $350 is decent.........

Wish I had one, and for that price......
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Good deal! I picked up a used 22/44 this fall and I love it. The only thing is mine did not have a dust hood.
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Many times cheaper than I bought mine for new....
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Jraks,
I take back what i said , nice toys .
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Excellent purchase on the drum sander.

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I'm glad to see someone getting deals. I would LOVE to have a drum sander, but don't want to fork out the money. However, I would've if I would have come across your deal. Enjoy it... I'm going to go pout now :)
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Seems like christmas in march...

Who Dat...Every step of any project should be considered your masterpiece if you want the finished product to reflect the quality of your work. Have a nice day, unless you have other plans! "Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about learning to dance in the rain."
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