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#51

Nightjar
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From: Waikiki, WA
Joined: 26 September 2013
Posts: 1,298
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21 March 2020 11:24 am

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Happy Hunting, Nightjar.

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#52

Nightjar
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From: Waikiki, WA
Joined: 26 September 2013
Posts: 1,298
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21 March 2020 11:43 am

Built this motor driven one years ago, most of the steel work, pulleys and shafts from scrap metal dealer. all up about $500, biggest expense was the brand new motor.
Paid for itself over and over, however when the GPX-4500 came along and my old bones were beginning to creak, sold it for $2,800.00. The fella who bought it was over the moon, think he would have paid twice that much. It was a win, win he was happy and so was I. thumbsup

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Last edited by Nightjar (21 March 2020 11:44 am)


Happy Hunting, Nightjar.

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