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    Default Been to an auction today

    Getting ready to head home. Got bandsaw pressure washer 2 track torches 36” GTD tap wrench 48” ridged pipe wrench Jacobs 20n chuck I have no use for and some other treasures


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    Those are some fun and exciting days!

    Looks like a wood bandsaw? Going to convert it?
    Andy

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    It’s actually already been converted to a metal cutting bandsaw the previous owner used a flexplate and a pinion gear from a starter to slow it down I will send some pictures of it later.
    Some more stuff I didn’t need


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    Looks great. What are the three crimping tools for? Gas hoses?

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    I'd like to throw my name in the proverbial hat for the 20N.

    Doc.
    Doc's Machine. (Probably not what you expect.)

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    No auctions in my neck of the woods, sigh. Best I managed was a rusty old parts cabinet at a yard sale for a couple of bucks. Nice looking bandsaw. 18"? 20"?
    "A machinist's (WHAP!) best friend (WHAP! WHAP!) is his hammer. (WHAP!)" - Fred Tanner, foreman, Lunenburg Foundry and Engineering machine shop, circa 1979

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    Nice little haul.

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    That is a great haul, but is it YOU SUCK worthy? The crimping tools are for EMT conduit old school for fittings. Not code any more. The other that they work with is Copper plumbing for a preset of the assembly and then holds it all together for soldering up. They are great for the later !

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    What did you spend? Just looking for suckage.

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    Bandsaw 150$, Pressure washer 150$, GTD tap handle 30$, pipe wrench 50$, tool box with lathe tools and chuck 240$ crimpers 25$.
    The crimpers I think were used for crimping brass Ferrell’s on air line hose.

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