[KwartzLab] Does Kwartzlab want a thickness planer?
kpmartin at thinkage.ca
Wed Sep 28 22:20:01 EDT 2011
Which leaves the mystery of how he got to see the thing, given that generally the sale items are not posted until the day before the sale (i.e. today). Hmmm... maybe a clue to his identity?
In any case, if it is a commercial duty planer all the parts he says are worn can be replaced. As for moving it, until we know what "such weight" is, this talk is all just hot air.
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New Dundee, Ontario
From: discuss-bounces at kwartzlab.ca [mailto:discuss-bounces at kwartzlab.ca] On Behalf Of Alex Williams
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For what it's worth, I think that most of Mr. Bulldog's recent comments have been genuinely positive, helpful, and/or funny. I appreciate him taking the time to go have a look at the planer for us.
> From: katchan at lilbluekat.net
> Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2011 20:15:35 -0400
> To: discuss at kwartzlab.ca
> Subject: Re: [KwartzLab] Does Kwartzlab want a thickness planer?
> I was thinking the same thing :)
> On 28-Sep-11, at 8:12 PM, Chris Bruner wrote:
> > From comments "The Bulldog" has made in the past and the fact that
> > nobody knows who he is, I wouldn't put too much stock in his messages.
> > On 9/28/2011 7:36 PM, Chris Frey wrote:
> >> On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 07:29:41PM -0400, thebulldog wrote:
> >>> The planer is very old, worn, motor has seen its days, blades are
> >>> worn and you will need a forklift and truck capable to handle
> >>> such weight.
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