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Old 10-07-2009, 07:22 AM   #21
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Re: Selling Misc Tools, Equipment, Van, Ladders, Materials, Office Furniture,

Gentlemen / Ladies,

I am new and would like to purchase some equipment. I am NE Tenn. area, can anyone assist me?

40 ft. ladder
metal break machine
PW 4,000 p.s.i.

Thank you in advance for your help.
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Old 03-27-2010, 02:10 PM   #22
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Re: Selling Misc Tools, Equipment, Van, Ladders, Materials, Office Furniture,

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All of the following items for sale...

Tapco 14 metal brake/break. Approximately 2 years old, seldom used. Will easily bend trim coil and I have also used it to bend .032 aluminum and 26 gauge steel.

Ryobi compound miter saw. Approximately 3 years old.

Ryobi portable table saw with built in collapsible stand and wheels.

1 hitachi shingle nail gun, basically brand new.

1 porter cable shingle nail gun a few years old, has put down less than 200 squares.

Compaq presario laptop. Good condition but could use a ram upgrade, running LEGAL windows vista.

3 desktop computers w/ monitors. 2 Dell and 1 generic. The Dell are in great working order the generic could use a ram upgrade. All running LEGAL windows XP copies.

12' stage plank, collapsible aluminum, less than a year old, used only once.

Workforce floor tile manual cutter. Approximately 1 year old, used to cut approximately only 20 tile.

4 partial boxes 33 degree 2 3/8" framing nails, probably a total of 3000 qty.

1 velux EDW 308 skylight flashing kit.

galvanized steel coping 9" wide, 3 1/2" high 10' long. 4 pieces (40'). includes 7 coping over-joints.

miscellaneous kynar gravel stop and gutter flashing. Approximately 17 pieces.

miscellaneous aluminum drip edge (ode) and gutter flashing. approximately 12 pieces.

2" wide white continuous soffit vent 8' long each piece. 15 pieces total.

miscellaneous extension hoses and fittings for (mostly 2 1/4" fittings) for rigid wet/dry vacuum.

4 used roofing tear off tools.

9 partial rolls and 1 new roll aluminum trim coils white/various colors

3 canvas (painter style) drop cloths barely used

4 black shingle roof vents

1 5 gallon bucket, almost full, of 1" metal cap nails (simplex)

6 rolls 9" black EPDM uncured flashing membrane

2 1/2" long trim nails (the kind used for cedar siding, but can be used for any carpentry purposes.) pre-stained white. 1 5 gallon bucket half full.

Z stop zinc trim roll used for killing algae and moss, similar to shingle shield. slightly less than 50' total.

2 sheets galvanized steel, probably 26 gauge, 1 new 4x10' and one partially used.

miscellaneous roofing insulation screws. Genflex #14, lengths from 6"-10".

Burnzomatic hand held propane soldering torch in case with 2 propane cartridges (the kind plumbers use) perfect for soldering galvanized steel or sealing core cuts and test patches on a flat roof.

Aluminum Ladders 24' 32', 40', little giant (Werner).

1 bosch hammer drill less than a year old.

1 ryobi cordless 18v kit with charger, circular saw, drill, vacuum, and oscillating saw (sawz all type).

1997 Dodge green cargo van. Looks like chit but a strong runner.

4 wood workstations/desks. 3 have hutches.

2 wood L shaped work stations/desks. 1 has a hutch.

7 black 2 drawer file cabinets. 1 is wood, 6 are metal all are black.

1 black 4 drawer extra large file cabinet

6 AT&T 4 line telephones. 1 has answering machine, 2 have caller ID. Each work together as an itnercom system, transfer calls etc...

1 "Slate Roofing bible" book written by Joe Jenkins

1 "Roofing Construction & Estimating" book written by Atcheson

Various NRCA training manuals also available.

If you're interested in anything, let me know and I can provide pics and more information. All items are located in Glenview, IL (a Northern suburb of Chicago Illinois).

Its a shot in the dark but Grumpy would ya by chance still have the "Roofing Construction & Estimating" book written by Atcheson n if so how much ya want for it n also would ya still happened to have any of the nrca training manuals left
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