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TNDUDE

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12-11-2017 02:54 PM

Topic tags/keywords: grizzly g0690 table saw


I have a Grizzly G0690 tale saw for sale. I bought it with the intentions of doing some woodworking but I have only used it twice. That is not a joke. The saw is mint.

It comes with the Shop Fox Heavy-Duty Mobil Base. If you bought this saw today it would be $1,766 delivered.

I’m located in Collierville TN. I think its a good deal for $1,400.

I have it listed on craigslist too. You can see pictures there.
https://memphis.craigslist.org/tls/d/grizzly-ghp-220v-cabinet/6415172333.html

Thanks
Doug

Description below is from Grizzly.com
Destined to be the gold standard for 10” left tilting Cabinet Table Saws, this saw will be the focal point in any shop. Every part of this saw says quality and performance. From its heavy cast iron trunnions, 3 HP motor and triple belt drive to its massive cast iron table and wings, this Table Saw should last a lifetime. You’ll also appreciate its camlock T-fence, riving knife, heavy cast handwheels, magnetic switch, T-slot miter gauge and 4” dust collection port. This saw is what dreams are made of! CSA certified meeting CSA C22.2 #71.2-08 and UL 987 standards.
SPECIFICATIONS:

Motor: 3 HP, 220V, 12.8A, single-phase
Blade tilt: Left, 45°
Table height from floor: 34”
Table size with extension: 27” x 40”
Arbor speed: 4300 RPM
Arbor size: 5/8”
Maximum dado width: 13/16”
Maximum depth of cut 90°: 3-1/8"
Maximum depth of cut
45°: 2-3/16”
Maximum rip capacity: 29-1/2” Right, 12” Left
Distance from front of table to blade at maximum blade height: 12-1/4”
Distance from front of table to center of blade: 17-1/4”
Overall dimensions: 62”L x 41”W x 40”H
Approximate shipping weight: 530 lbs.
FEATURES:

Includes 10” x 40T blade and H3308 Push Stick!
Precision ground cast iron table
Cast iron trunnions
4” dust port
T-slot miter gauge
Includes riving knife and blade guard
Camlock T-fence with HDPE face
Quick release devise for changing guard/riving knife
Powder-coated paint
Includes standard and dado table inserts
Quick release riving knife
Quick release motor guard
Quick release splitter assembly
Easy-glide fence system
Knurled knobs for adjusting fence
Nylon runners inside fence head assembly
T-square type fence system
Setscrew holding table insert down, with adjustable screws inside
A precision hardened and ground polished cast iron top that is, AT THE VERY LEAST, equal to the saw you are comparing to


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buckbuster31

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#1 posted 12-11-2017 04:06 PM

As I am sure you will hear from everyone else on here, it is yours and you can sell for whatever price you want. However, in my experience a used grizzly is not going to bring only 125 less of new. you can buy a new one for 1525 right now…and if I were in the market for this saw I wouldn’t pay the 1400 for used, even though it does look to be spectacular condition. good lucky and I hope you find the right buyer!

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TNDUDE

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#2 posted 12-11-2017 06:20 PM



As I am sure you will hear from everyone else on here, it is yours and you can sell for whatever price you want. However, in my experience a used grizzly is not going to bring only 125 less of new. you can buy a new one for 1525 right now…and if I were in the market for this saw I wouldn t pay the 1400 for used, even though it does look to be spectacular condition. good lucky and I hope you find the right buyer!

- buckbuster31

Thanks. I think its a fair price considering it’s mint and it would cost $1,766 for the same package delivered.

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#3 posted 12-11-2017 06:23 PM

Ok. Not a problem. I hope it works out.

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#4 posted 12-11-2017 07:02 PM



As I am sure you will hear from everyone else on here, it is yours and you can sell for whatever price you want. However, in my experience a used grizzly is not going to bring only 125 less of new. you can buy a new one for 1525 right now…and if I were in the market for this saw I wouldn t pay the 1400 for used, even though it does look to be spectacular condition. good lucky and I hope you find the right buyer!
- buckbuster31

Thanks. I think its a fair price considering it s mint and it would cost $1,766 for the same package delivered.
- TNDUDE

So YOU are going to deliver it then huh… since you you are including shipping/freight cost in your sales price?
Added to that, what about the one year Grizzly Warranty? When you consider these things, then buckbuster’s comments about the value/cost benefit begin to be very relevant to what you could hope to sell this for. Just my 2-cents worth…

-- HorizontalMike -- "Woodpeckers understand..."

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#5 posted 12-11-2017 08:11 PM


As I am sure you will hear from everyone else on here, it is yours and you can sell for whatever price you want. However, in my experience a used grizzly is not going to bring only 125 less of new. you can buy a new one for 1525 right now…and if I were in the market for this saw I wouldn t pay the 1400 for used, even though it does look to be spectacular condition. good lucky and I hope you find the right buyer!
- buckbuster31

Thanks. I think its a fair price considering it s mint and it would cost $1,766 for the same package delivered.
- TNDUDE

So YOU are going to deliver it then huh… since you you are including shipping/freight cost in your sales price?
Added to that, what about the one year Grizzly Warranty? When you consider these things, then buckbuster s comments about the value/cost benefit begin to be very relevant to what you could hope to sell this for. Just my 2-cents worth…

- HorizontalMike

agreed. no doubt its a great saw but it is still secondhand

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#6 posted 12-11-2017 09:45 PM

You have to consider the fact that Grizzly has 2 10% sales a year. When I bought my 690 2 years ago, I paid $1450 shipped and it was new.
The saw is a good value, and I love mine, but $1400 is over priced, unless you find a local buyer and deliver the saw to them.
Good luck! I hope you sell it.

-- Steve: Franklin, WI

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#7 posted 12-11-2017 10:29 PM

you drop down to 1k and id be your buyer lol

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#8 posted 12-11-2017 10:49 PM

SOLD :)

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#9 posted 12-11-2017 11:24 PM

Lol highly doubtful. Good luck!

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#10 posted 12-12-2017 12:33 AM

Me too

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