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post #1 of 14 Old 10-22-2015, 08:36 PM Thread Starter
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Grizzly G1035 shaper + accessories, central PA.

Financial considerations decided me that I need to sell my shaper. It's the Grizzly G1035 that I bought new when I started renovating our house. Used it mostly for making molding for several rooms. Consists of the following:

G1035 shaper,
G1706 extension wing
G4173 feeder

Includes the following accessories:
G2320 2" Molding head
G2344 Pikwick molding knives (These were used for our molding)

G1560 vertical panel cutter
G1100 1/2 & 3/4 quarter round cutter (some use)
G1695 1/4" rabbit
G1715 Reversible detail cutter
G1113 Table edge cutter
C2314 Stile & rail cutter
G1035 spindle for 1/4"&1/2" router bits

The cutters with the exception of the 1/2 & 3/4 quarter round are new, unused. All are carbide.

Also includes the manual, hold downs, original fence boards (unused), various wrenches, both a 3/4" and a 1/2" spindle, and a set each of 1/2" & 3/4" spacers.

Approx $1800 invested, asking $1200 obo. Pickup in central PA.
Bring help, it's heavy!
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Bump.....

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Would you consider selling just the shaper by itself? No cutters or accessories with the exception of the extended wing? I will PM you my cell number and email addy
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Would you consider selling just the shaper by itself? No cutters or accessories with the exception of the extended wing? I will PM you my cell number and email addy
Sorry, I don't want to piece it out.

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Would love to have it. Would you consider a partial trade?
How near are you to Altoona?
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Would love to have it. Would you consider a partial trade?
How near are you to Altoona?
Looks like about 1&1/2 hours. Not much I need in trade, trying to free up floor space. PM me with thoughts. Thanks.

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Not allowed yet I'm too new. I guess rules are rules. Injured 2 yrs ago just getting back into it. Gonna finally start using my one way lathe I bought right befor I got hurt. And now that I'm retired lots of time so time to get to it.
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Hi Buddy

Is the shaper still for sale? I know it was posted a while ago.. But if it is I am interested in purchasing it..

Have a Happy New Year...

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Hi Buddy

Is the shaper still for sale? I know it was posted a while ago.. But if it is I am interested in purchasing it..

Have a Happy New Year...

Thanks
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Still here- 2 people dithering about it, but that's about all they are doing. PM me for any questions.

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Still available, but would have to do some shoveling to load it!

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How much snow did you get? We got nuthin' in the middle of Ohio.

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Got about 25 inches or so, winds piled it over 3 feet in places.

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Still available? Anything else cluttering your floor space?
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It is, and yes, there's a lot of stuff cluttering my floor space, but nothing I can get rid of!

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