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Old 09-29-2017, 03:15:26 PM
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Hello all, I have a nice old and heavy power hacksaw and a heavy duty die filer that I'll give away to a deserving Staker. I have had these tools for a bunch of years and just don't see me getting to them. The saw is a Champion Blower and Forge, appears intact and ready but has a couple of old properly done braze repairs. The die filer is an unknown, heavy duty and dissembled. Free, but you must take both tools. I'm in Farmington Michigan. Send me a PM if interested.

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Wish I lived closer.

I'm sure somebody will put them to good use.

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Me too OTTO,
Hell , the raw Castings to build a model power saw that uses standard hacksaw blades are $275.00 plus shipping off the DLS. Website so,
This is a good deal for any one close enough.
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Its good to see you trying to find them a good home that will put them back to use. So often I see things that would be cool to get usable again but the owners don't want to part with it. Then when they pass on the kids scrap everything.
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Same, wish I was closer and had more floor space. Those powered hacksaws are sweet. As Ron Popiel would say, "set it AND FORGET IT". Quiet too.
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If I was 20 years younger I,Ed take you up on that offer. A few years ago I borrowed a friends pick up and drove to Clarston Mi. to pick up a Delco plant.I think that's fairly close to you.
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The power hack saw and die filer have gone to a new happy home. I was glad to see that a fellow "Staker" will make good use of both vintage machines.

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