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  • F.y.i.

    Hello All;

    Not sure if anyone would be interested in this but thought I'd give a heads up anyway.

    If you go to shopgoodwill.com you can buy from them by bidding on items.
    They have old tools.
    Just saw a old dremel multi cutting tool(?) on there going for $6.00.
    Also saw a 4 inch angle grinder going for $4.00.
    You may want to check it out.
    Of course you have to pay for shipping, but it may be worth your while.

    Hope it helps someone.
    Thanks;
    Larry

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    DeWalt thickness planer knives

    I took your advice and checked out shopgoodwill.com - Welcome. I got a brand new set of knives for my DW735 for $21.00 plus $8.80 shipping and handling! Less than $30.00 for a set of knives that cost about $60.00! Thanks for the heads up! It is a great site, they have everything from clothing to tools and everything in between.
    Dave
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    • #3
      Hello Dave,
      Glad you found the info helpful.
      Sounds like you got a good deal.
      Larry

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      • #4
        Thanks for the tip.
        Tony

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