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I have a NIB Worksharp 3000 to give away. If anyone wants to come to Snowflake AZ to get it. 

I'll be home all day.:lol: 

Seriously, if ya want it, let me know.

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I GAVE AWAY A JOINTER I HAD AQUARED, WHEN i PURCHASED A GOOD TS  BLADE!!!   ALL I EVER USED IT FOR WAS DOING EDGES.

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1 hour ago, Buck Nall said:

I GAVE AWAY A JOINTER I HAD AQUARED, WHEN i PURCHASED A GOOD TS  BLADE!!!   ALL I EVER USED IT FOR WAS DOING EDGES.

Yep. That's the next thing to go outta my shop. Since I switched to decent blades, and a good planer and sled, that jointer just sets there, in my way. 

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Gene, I'd be interested in it if I didn't already have one, let it go to someone who can use it. A seriously sweet offer on your part. Newman ought to jump on this....

Edited by Fred W. Hargis Jr

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Gene, can ya hold it? We have a veteran disabled Woodworker who can use it.

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Geeze John. Wish you'd have written sooner. It's already spoken for. Can he use a 6" jointer?

Edited by Gene Howe

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Extremely generous offers Gene!

Kudos to you!

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38 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

Geeze John. Wish you'd have written sooner. It's already spoken for. Can he use a 6" jointer?

He sure could!

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How could we get it to him?  Shipping would cost more than it's worth. It's a late 70s Craftsman by  Simpson. Runs great. Extra set of new knives and a knife setting jig as well as a hone for installed knives.

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23 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

How could we get it to him?  Shipping would cost more than it's worth. It's a late 70s Craftsman by  Simpson. Runs great. Extra set of new knives and a knife setting jig as well as a hone for installed knives.

Understood Gene. Your right. Thanks for the consideration though! Hey, you think Grizzly still has that helical planer for 169.99 ? I bet he'd like that one!

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2 minutes ago, John Morris said:

Understood Gene. Your right. Thanks for the consideration though! Hey, you think Grizzly still has that helical planer for 169.99 ? I bet he'd like that one!

Not sure about that Grizz planer. I understand one can get a catalog if you order it, though.:rolleyes:

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