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Old Yesterday, 10:04 PM   #1
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What do you think this is worth?

Barely used, sitting for the last 10 years or so.

That is the manual under all that dust.

He has heads and knifes for it somewhere.

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Tree fiddy? :p

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Tree fiddy? :p
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$160 a ton.
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$160 a ton.
We are lucky to get half that here any more.
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Is it a u22 or 17?

Looks pretty clean under that dust. The more parts, heads, tooling, etc. the more it's worth.

Nice compact machine, but still has some weight to it.

Maybe around 5k?

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Is it a u22 or 17?

Looks pretty clean under that dust. The more parts, heads, tooling, etc. the more it's worth.

Nice compact machine, but still has some weight to it.

Maybe around 5k?

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I'll find out.

Thank you for the response.

He did say the total HP was 60ish, main motor 25.

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I'll find out.

Thank you for the response.

He did say the total HP was 60ish, main motor 25.

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Sounds about right. Usually run 15hp on horizontal spindles, (315) sides are typically run off the same 10hp motor, probably 5hp for feed.

Good little moulders, just check the beds. Parts are still plentiful.

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Sounds about right. Usually run 15hp on horizontal spindles, (315) sides are typically run off the same 10hp motor, probably 5hp for feed.

Good little moulders, just check the beds. Parts are still plentiful.

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Was that a 5 head moulder?
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Was that a 5 head moulder?
Yes. You can see last bottom, then top, then sides, the first bottom.

Probably 8 1/2" width. Maybe 1 1/2" or 1 13/16" spindles. I'd take either or.

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