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    Laguna LT 18 3000 - NIB

    A friend of mine in NJ has won a Laguna LT 18 3000 series Band saw. The list is $2,100. It is still in the box it was delivered in. he is asking $1,600 plus shipping. It is in the Toms River area. At $500 under list it might be worth a trip for one of you on the east coast. PM me if you're interested.
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    lucky guy and even luckier buyer.. how is it that he doesnt want it if he put in to win it he must be woodworker rennie
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    lucky guy and even luckier buyer.. how is it that he doesnt want it if he put in to win it he must be woodworker rennie
    Not an avid WW'r, he wants to sell this and buy a 14"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rennie Heuer View Post
    Not an avid WW'r, he wants to sell this and buy a 14"
    I'll trade him straight across for my Shop Fox 14" saw. I'll even throw in a half dozen or so new blades, 'cause that's just how I roll.

    Seriously, that sounds like a great price. Wish I could take advantage of it.
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    I wonder if that would fit in my minivan ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Orr View Post
    I wonder if that would fit in my minivan ???
    yup it will ,with the seat down or out don.. and its not to far from you either
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Orr View Post
    I wonder if that would fit in my minivan ???
    Pull the seats out, lay the saw, crate and all, on it's back. Ratcheting tie downs to the seat tracks, and away you go!! I think it would fit with no problem. Jim.
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    That's what I was thinking Larry, but I only have the standard size not the extended size.

    Now about the money-anybody got any extra they don't need ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Orr View Post
    Now about the money-anybody got any extra they don't need ?
    I heard when the Bank needs money, they call Larry!
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    Bump!

    As far as I know this is still available.
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