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  1. I buy stuff and then never get around to using it. I need to get rid of some of this stuff to make room and funds for something new. All items include USPS shipping from Queenstown, MD. Flexvolt Grinder, DCG414B - $130 -sold Flexvolt Grinder, DCG414B - $130 - Sold pending funds Veritas Medium Shoulder Plane w/ PM-V11 blade - $190 - Sold Veritas Low Angle Jack Plane w PM-V11 blade - $225 - Sold 4x Bessey BPC-H12 1/2" Pipe Clamps - $60 for the set. If someone wants everything I'll do $675 shipped USPS. None of these items have been used
  2. Greetings folks, Hoping to dial into some wisdom from anyone familiar with maintenance for an old Craftsman (Atlas) grinder/honer I just acquired. Craftsman is the manufacturer, but I have a feeling that Atlas actually manufactured the machine and they were sold under the Craftsman label. Anyway, the machine is likely 60+ years old (run perfectly well), and I got it as part of a package from an old metal worker. It is mounted to a rolling bench, which I loaded (horizontally) in my truck when I picked it up. When I got home and set the bench right side up, fluid began to drain out o
  3. At the Home Depot and I saw this deal on a 1" hammer drill for $199.99. Seems decent since it also comes with a 4 1/2" grinder. Fair market price?
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