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    Dewalt 735 planer

    Have not seen this posted here but HD has their Dewalt 735 on sale for 275. Just picked one up and they still had one left. Anyone want an old Delta 560

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    Thats a great deal. I've had the 735 for a couple of years and it a great tool. You expecial appreciate the dual speed feed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baer View Post
    Thats a great deal. I've had the 735 for a couple of years and it a great tool. You expecial appreciate the dual speed feed.
    Don,are you using the the 2 1/4 inch chute or upgrade to the 4 inch. ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Donley View Post
    Don,are you using the the 2 1/4 inch chute or upgrade to the 4 inch. ?
    I use the roun 4" and have it hook up to the DC. It has an excellent chip extractor but you'll want it hooked up to something rather then using just the chute.
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    If that's a 735 that's near half off.
    I have mine hooked up to air
    What a mess it makes. The amount of planing determines the thickness of the new shop carpet.
    Last edited by Chuck Thoits; 01-30-2010 at 10:34 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    If that's a 735 that's near half off.
    A bit more than half, list was 699, Amazon has them at 649. I will say, the clerk that helped me even made the comment that I should buy both and put one on CL or Ebay, Best to let some other woodworker get the same deal I did.
    Last edited by Scott Donley; 01-30-2010 at 10:46 PM.

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    I'm jealous I paid 350 for mine used and thought I had done good
    But one did show up new in the box on CL yesterday for 450 and about an hour later another one showed up for 500.
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    Chuck, you did do good at the time. I will say, I have no problem with someone buying a tool off CL or Ebay, fixing it up and reselling for a profit, but I do have a problem with the ones that see these type of deals and cleaning out the store, eliminating the chance for others. Just me, I know others will not agree. Just looked on CL, One nib for 450 and one for 525
    Last edited by Scott Donley; 01-30-2010 at 11:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Donley View Post
    A bit more than half, list was 699, Amazon has them at 649. I will say, the clerk that helped me even made the comment that I should buy both and put one on CL or Ebay, Best to let some other woodworker get the same deal I did.
    i dont need one but i just went and checked there home page and they are at $429.00 you must have had a specail store deal...
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    i dont need one but i just went and checked there home page and they are at $429.00 you must have had a specail store deal...
    nope, I have seen it posted from the east coast to the west, I think HD is no longer going to carry the 735. I checked the homepage yesterday and it was no longer listed, just the 734, Maybe they changed their mind Just looked and they only have the 734 listed at 429.
    Last edited by Scott Donley; 01-30-2010 at 11:52 PM.

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