Do I recall someone on here owns / runs a pallet firm?

  1. julianf

    julianf Member

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    I've just purchased a small ish table saw. Wadkin ags 10. Cast iron and that, but small footprint.

    Seller seemed ok with strapping it.

    Thought I may as well ask here rather than just going online and booking transport?
     
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  4. Cobbler

    Cobbler Codger bodger

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    Is it Fizzy you're thinking about, I seem to recall he runs a pallet firm

    Edit beaten to it
     
  5. knighty Member

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    link you posted is for a bench not a table saw?

    but if the tale saw is from the same place (heartlepool) I could pick it up and stick it on a pallet for you no problems if they try to charge extra for it etc.

    guess it's a bit big to be relayed down to you?
     
  6. Parm

    Parm I only give advice if I know

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    He hasn’t posted anything for a while
     
  7. julianf

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    I think what you are seeing might be ebay's next bright idea - when an auction is complete, they show somthing else related, and, to see the original item, you have to click the "this listing" thing.

    ive just checked, this is the wording -

    "The listing you’re looking for is no longer available. Check out this similar item we found for you."

    ...and you have to click the word "listing" to see the original item.
     
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    This is the new and very annoying thing eBay is now doing with links to sold/completed items. The show you something else that they thing will be of interest, usually it is not.
    If you click on the blue "listing" (see circled text) it will take you to what it should have shown you in the first place.
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    Edit beaten to it :D
     
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    I thought that as I recalled his name earlier.
     
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  11. Dieselkid 63

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    He does go offline for periods of time. Perhaps someone has his actual email.

    @Ton-up did you contact him via email or pm on here when you sent my chuck?
     
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    PM I'm afraid.
     
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    His name is Vince if that helps?
     
  15. julianf

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    Speedshift is who I normally use anyway, so I'll just progress as planned. Thanks to everyone.
     
  16. Burdekin

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    Good purchase, nice looking machine.
     
  17. julianf

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    I've been after one for a while. I've seen cheaper units, but they always seem to be missing something or other (guard, fence, etc) but this one *seems* complete, and is 1ph too.

    The dust extraction looks as if someone has spent some time on it also, which is nice.


    ...but, hey, it's eaby, so wait a week or two for the "how do I remachine this knackered part" or "best way to weld cast" thread. : /


    From what I can tell (from reading on the web) the wadkin ags10 seems to be about as good as it gets with regard to price/footprint/accuracy. I'm sure there are modern saws that would match or exceed it on two of those, but they would cost about 4x as much.
     
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  18. frank horton

    frank horton V twins are great but 4"s rule.........

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    sold mine (240v) last year only got £175 with loads'a decent blades, a minter.......cant take it with me.......never mind.........eh......
     
  19. julianf

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    Pity, I put a wanted post on here for one last year....
     
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