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Forum topic by woodshop13 posted 2006 days ago 1587 views 0 times favorited 3 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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woodshop13

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2006 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: lathe

I’ve got an 8-10 year old rigid lathe in excellent shape and I’m wondering what a fair price would be. Any suggestions? It’s in “as new shape” only used about 50-60 hours, 1/2 hp. motor and 4 spindle speeds.
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Woodshop 13


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#1 posted 1909 days ago

Hmmm a mysterious double posting? Hope you managed to sell this.

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#2 posted 1909 days ago

Well, I looked on the Ridgid website and they didn’t even post a sale price. What did you pay for it?

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#3 posted 1908 days ago

A pic would be highly beneficial but the “pipe tube base” sounds like others have posted and which I also own, also sold by Sears Craftsman for maybe 20 – 30 years. As to your 1st question, it is admittedly unique, but works very well for any home work – also has outboard headstock thread for a faceplate. If you intend to do any such work, I certainly wouldn’t sell it because of the discomfort with the unique base. Price, sorry to not have one.

-- Regards, Steve2

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