I considered it....but my hand took skills are rudimentary at best. And in addition, I think there are things I could utilize more....like more clamps. I think I've found that to be my current problem...not enough clamps. And as I did not win the lottery last night, my new 10000 sq ft shop is yet again on hold...lol. So bottom line...I just don't see the use in it for me. I'd rather someone who can either use it...or appreciate it had it....I've decided I can't part it out....just seems wrong...so I think I'll put it on eBay and see what happens.Dave Paine said:I just have to ask, since it is in new condition, why not keep it?
A router plane is a very handy tool to have available. Lee Valley router plane knives will fit.
I have a Lee Valley router plane and find mine useful.
I think that's the route ill go....I'm a believer in market economics....Phaedrus said:That said, almost everything that I sell on eBay I just start at $0.01 and see where it goes. You'll get lots of views and watchers if it starts cheap and maybe even get a bidding war. This seems to usually be the best way to gauge the actual value of an item--provided that it is listed accurately and well documented. :thumbsup: