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Forum topic by lickcreekfurniture posted 1220 days ago 788 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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lickcreekfurniture

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1220 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: sanding belt sander question

i am looking for a drum sander. i think a used 22-44 open end is up my alley !!! is there any one looking to get rid of one for a reasonable price ? or can any one steer me in the right direction ? i would also consider a 16-32 or an 18-36 . i just know it is time to retire the hand belt sander !!!! any help would be great. thanks


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a1Jim

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#1 posted 1220 days ago

I think preformex are good sanders but her’es a jet http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=17141

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lickcreekfurniture

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#2 posted 1217 days ago

thanks jim that is one of the cheaper ones i found . i am hoping to get a used one !!!

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Brett Gallmeyer

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#3 posted 1216 days ago

Where are you located at? There is a local craigslist ad for one in northeast Indiana.

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Stormin

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#4 posted 1216 days ago

I just bought a 16 32 Jet it was on sale at Woodcraft for $850.00 I never used one before. I had a lot of help from the LJ’s picking this sander. I took it home plugged it in checked the tensions hooked the DC to it no problems. I can’t believe I waited so long to get one. It works awesome!!
Norm

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lickcreekfurniture

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#5 posted 1214 days ago

i live in tn but i am workin in ill now i will check out that !!! and thanks for the feed back stormin

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#6 posted 1213 days ago

This is were the stores are located in your state http://www.woodcraft.com/stores/Default.aspx?locationType=state&location=TN

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