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I don't know what any used thing is worth as a general matter. There is the concept of "there is a big difference if you are buying or selling" in any offering. To decide if that is fair I would always look at a current new similarly equipped and powered tool to make the comparison. Then, how bad do you want to sell it?


Good luck, hope you find a buyer and get a fair price.
 

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Don't need to sell it it can be on there all winter.Winters here. Boats are sitting and wood shops are on the move....
 

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where's my table saw?
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Why not sell it here?

Give all the important specs:
Milwaukee model number, RPMs speed, collet sizes, type of base(s), amperage rating, number of hours OR age in years, and show various photos!



Who knows, it might be a perfect starter router? Or for someone to add to their fleet of routers...... :smile2:
 

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where's my table saw?
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Why not sell it here?

Give all the important specs:
Milwaukee model number, RPMs speed, collet sizes, type of base(s), amperage rating, number of hours OR age in years, and show various photos!



Who knows, it might be a perfect starter router? Or for someone to add to their fleet of routers...... :smile2:


If you sell it you'll be down to having only 19 routers.
:sad2:
 
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