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#1 posted 11-15-2012 08:26 PM

At that price broken castings or missing parts are the dealbreakers.

I see 14” band saws going for anywhere from $100 to $250 on
a regular basis, and most of them appear complete and have
motors, so if the $60 band saw needs money put into it to
get it running, you’ve got added costs and labor to consider.

Tinkering with old machines is interesting and fun for me, but
maybe not for you.

Cracked rubber tires are often not a problem unless they are
literally falling off. Urethane tires are about $25 for a pair, shipped.

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