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    6 X 80 Belts, two 60 grit, two 80 grit - SoCal - GONE.

    I ordered two each, 60 and 80 grit belts in 6" x 80" size (item numbers ST53167 and ST55161) from Klingspor for about $69.00 including shipping. I can return them for credit but, thought if someone here can benefit from my mistake, I would sell them for $50 plus shipping to your location from 92557. Any takers?
    Last edited by glenn bradley; 01-09-2013 at 02:41 AM.
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    so what was it that you thought you ordered
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    Turns out my Jet 80CS is not an 80" sander . I knew that, of course but was talking with dad at the time doing a combo order and I just brain-faded on the fact that it takes 6" x 89" belts . . . doh!
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    thats why i write down on the machine what it takes because my brain fades to much now days glenn
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    I'm going to take it we don't have a good fit here and return the belts for credit .
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