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They're very good jointers for anyone needing a jointer......beginner or advanced but $300 is too much. I paid $399 almost 10 yrs. back for mine new. If you can have the seller run a few boards through it and take a good look at the cuts. If it's in like new condition with the manual, push pads and tools for adjusting the knives I might go to $250 but I'd start with $200.
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