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WoodMizer LT10 Band Saw Mill "NEW" w/ Extras

Well if you have been looking for a band saw mill look no further. I have up for sale a WoodMizer LT10 which I bought less then a month ago. I was planning on milling my own lumber but I have a full time job which doesnt allow me to do what I wanted. My loss is your gain in this case by about $800 in savings. Here is what you will get:

ASKING $4600 OBO (but close to asking)

Brand New WoodMizer LT10 with 10HP engine (Retail on this alone is: $4299)
7' extra track (Retail $395)
Engine Cover (Retails $80)
Cant Hook (Retails $99)
DVD for running the mill & getting the most out of your lumber (Retails $80)
Box of 5 additional blades (Retails $150)
(1) 4 degree blade (Retails $29)
(2) BiMetal Blades by Tiberwolf made to go through nails in wood (Retails $100)
(1) Custom Colbalt blade by Norwood (Retails $100) - they say that they go though many nails

This is available for local pick up in Ogelsby Illinois 61348, you will need a couple of people to help load it. I am a little flexable (might do partial trade for Festool tools or Woodmaster) on the selling price as I could return it to WoodMizer for the same money right now as I have had it for less then 1 month. I am giving someone the chance to get a great deal and re-coop my money on the machine. If you were to buy all of this it would cost you $5400. Keep in mind this is brand new and has never been set up and is still packed on the crate it came on.

Contact Rob 815-663-8148 (landline) or 815-503-0715 (Cell if you want to text).

NO THE CAR IS NOT FOR SALE
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This is a good price on a good mill. Is that a c5 or c6? hard to tell in the pic.
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This is a good price on a good mill. Is that a c5 or c6? hard to tell in the pic.
Yeah its a steal on the mill, I have it listed on ebay and so far I have three silly offers. You cannot touch this 99% of the time for a discount but I am offering it for $800 less then retail and if you were to buy it from WoodMaster you would also have $375 in shipping or if you went to pick it up you would have $432 in Indiana sales tax. That makes this even a better deal as it saves you $1200!

My Corvette is a C5, its the 1998 Corvette Convertible. I just put $13K in it last August as I had the engine completley rebuilt taking it from its stock 325 HP to 490hp at the crank, then had a custom built torque converter put in which boosts the HP power loss from 30% from the crank to the rear wheels to 8.5% loss keeping me over 445HP to the rear tires. The transmission was also rebuilt as was the transfer case and I paid almost $3K for the exhaust on the car. All I can say is the car is fast and sounds great.

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sounds like a solid build. Ive got a procharged c6. Fully built motor. Meth Injected. It goes.
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sounds like a solid build. Ive got a procharged c6. Fully built motor. Meth Injected. It goes.
I'd say it should. I may be making a trade for my C5 which I have not decided yet. I am planning on getting a 30' x 40' building built for my shop and the contractor wants my car. He is offering to trade me even up the car for the new shop and a repair on the foundation of a house I just bought for my office. As much as I do not like the idea of selling my car it sounds like the best option. I have more fun building things then crusing and I just bought 2 houses for cash that I am rebuilding so the shop built already would be great not to mention it will free up $2900 a month from shop fees that I am paying now.

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WOODMIZER IS SOLD!

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I am so glad I missed this one.

I would be homeless.
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I am so glad I missed this one.

I would be homeless.
Me too! that saw plus slabs from edensaw = homeless man.
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Too late for me

20 years ago I would jumped at this deal. Now I don't have a place big enough and ......where did I put my brain.......?
Gotten too old to huff logs around now.

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