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    Should I get this planer

    http://harrisburg.craigslist.org/bfs/1945055240.html

    Its not far away, and I think the price is right

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    Does it have wheels? You may need to move it to get the wife's car in the garage during the winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rennie Heuer View Post
    Does it have wheels? You may need to move it to get the wife's car in the garage during the winter.
    not sure, but I figured I should be able to put wood in 1 side and it would spit $100 bills out the other side.

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    Tell you what, I would hate to see you get a machine that only goes 9 1/2". So how about a new DW 735 for $125,000 delivered and setup. Might even throw in a new dust collection system for an extra $9.95.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Southwood View Post
    Tell you what, I would hate to see you get a machine that only goes 9 1/2". So how about a new DW 735 for $125,000 delivered and setup. Might even throw in a new dust collection system for an extra $9.95.
    For another $75,000 I'll come along and help Steve out.
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    but does the dw 735 shoot out $100 bills

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    Yep, right in my direction

    And some in Glenns as well

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    Dave, I've got that exact machine in my 8' x 10' shop, and it's been OK, but it's no DeWalt, that's for sure. I had to make a few mods to mine, since the DC ports were all too small for the 14" lines on my 150 HP DC system.
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    Cost the price of a good used car just to get that monster wired up.
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    holy-Moly!!.....Does that include the title to the Cargo truck that delivers it?

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