FS: Some taps, Dies, a few R8 ,calipers, mics and.....****SOLD****

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Lazz
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FS: Some taps, Dies, a few R8 ,calipers, mics and.....****SOLD****

Postby Lazz » Tue Sep 12, 2017 4:05 pm

How ever you wanna pay is fine with me.
Check, paypal, potty trained grandchildren... just about anything works...

I usually ship USPS flat rate. But cheap is the idea.
Most everything is the price and shipping...

Please reply in the thread and sent a PM for payment details...

http://imgur.com/a/DTODL

Picture #1

A) Import parallels 1/2x6 thru 1 5/8x6 10 pr.... nice $15
B) Import parallels 1/2x3 thru 1 5/8x3 10 pr.... nice $15
C) R8 1/8, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 1/2, /8, 11/16 $20 for all of them
D) R8 19.05 for a Tormach end mill holder & 3/8 tormack end mill holder $25

Picture #2

A,B,C) Mitutoyo 0-1" .0001 worn yet very usable $12.50 each
D) J.C. Renick 12" or 32MM $10
E) JTSlcomb 1-2 Not new but usable $5
F) Brown & Sharp Not new but usable $7.50
G) Craftsman 1-2 Not new but usable $5

Picture #3

A) More than 80 taps.... $40
B) 2 tin of taps and dies $15
C) set of pipe dies 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 3/4 $17.50
D) 1/8 best one left $2
E) 1/4 best one left $2
F) 3/8 best one left $3
G) 1/2 best one left $3

Picture #4


A)
B)
C)
D)
E)






Ooos company is here.... Ill finish in a while

John Hasler
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Re: FS: Some taps, Dies, a few R8 ,calipers, mics and.....

Postby John Hasler » Tue Sep 12, 2017 6:30 pm

I'll buy item A in photo 1 and item F in photo 2. I'm interested in A, B, D, and F in photo 4. I'm also interested in one of the arbor presses but shipping may not be practical.

Lazz
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Re: FS: Some taps, Dies, a few R8 ,calipers, mics and.....

Postby Lazz » Tue Sep 12, 2017 6:49 pm

I give up... I cant find the edit button mentioned in the FAQ...

Ill just start here..

Picture #4

A) Craftsman 0-3 depth mic $10
B) 6" dial caliper China $7.50
C) 19 nice reemers in tubes... mostly assorted sizes all smaller than 1/2" not a set $25
D) 4" dial caliper China $5
E) Brown & Sharp micrometer stop $10
F) 30 plus center drills $20
G) 30 plus reemers $15


Picture 5
2 Dake 1 1/2 arbor presses. They are 150 pounds so shipping isnt going to be cheap. These are not beat up.... they are in wonderfull working condition.
The one with the lettering visible has the stickers like new... I have used it for nearly 10 years.... $400
The one on the left.... the counter weight has been repaired. Hard to notice the repair $300

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10KPete
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Re: FS: Some taps, Dies, a few R8 ,calipers, mics and.....

Postby 10KPete » Tue Sep 12, 2017 6:56 pm

Hello Lazz,

Let's seen now, I'll take all the reamers and the 3" long parallels.

PM will be now.

Thanks,
Pete
Just tryin'

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Bentworker
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Re: FS: Some taps, Dies, a few R8 ,calipers, mics and.....

Postby Bentworker » Tue Sep 12, 2017 7:56 pm

I'll take picture 3 -A
The taps.

PM incoming.

Thanks!
Peter
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Re: FS: Some taps, Dies, a few R8 ,calipers, mics and.....

Postby spro » Thu Sep 14, 2017 12:07 am

Picture 3 - B Taps and Dies in the tins . Plus
Picture 1 - A B or C Mitutoyo
PM Incoming

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SteveM
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Re: FS: Some taps, Dies, a few R8 ,calipers, mics and.....

Postby SteveM » Thu Sep 14, 2017 8:15 am

10KPete wrote:Let's seen now, I'll take all the reamers ...


Pete - I have a bunch of reamers and with all that I have, I'm still missing a bunch of sizes.

When you get them, if you want to do some swapping so that we can both complete our sets, let me know.

Steve

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Re: FS: Some taps, Dies, a few R8 ,calipers, mics and.....

Postby Lazz » Thu Sep 14, 2017 9:15 am

SteveM wrote:
10KPete wrote:Let's seen now, I'll take all the reamers ...


Pete - I have a bunch of reamers and with all that I have, I'm still missing a bunch of sizes.

When you get them, if you want to do some swapping so that we can both complete our sets, let me know.

Steve


I didnt forget about you sir....
this isnt even good start the pile of reemers...

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10KPete
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Re: FS: Some taps, Dies, a few R8 ,calipers, mics and.....

Postby 10KPete » Thu Sep 14, 2017 9:23 am

SteveM wrote:
10KPete wrote:Let's seen now, I'll take all the reamers ...


Pete - I have a bunch of reamers and with all that I have, I'm still missing a bunch of sizes.

When you get them, if you want to do some swapping so that we can both complete our sets, let me know.

Steve



Yes, sure, I'm open to that. I don't have a 'set' of much of anything, This might be a good way to get there.
Maybe more folks would like to do the same..... maybe set up a tool swap.

Pete
Just tryin'

Lazz
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Re: FS: Some taps, Dies, a few R8 ,calipers, mics and.....

Postby Lazz » Thu Sep 14, 2017 12:02 pm

10KPete wrote:
SteveM wrote:
10KPete wrote:Let's seen now, I'll take all the reamers ...


Pete - I have a bunch of reamers and with all that I have, I'm still missing a bunch of sizes.

When you get them, if you want to do some swapping so that we can both complete our sets, let me know.

Steve



Yes, sure, I'm open to that. I don't have a 'set' of much of anything, This might be a good way to get there.
Maybe more folks would like to do the same..... maybe set up a tool swap.

Pete


Ill join a reamer swap.... :)
Im in need of 21/64, 25/64 and 31/64 to complete a couple sets.....
I have most every other fractional to 1/2", few numeric and not enough letter to mention....

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SteveM
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Re: FS: Some taps, Dies, a few R8 ,calipers, mics and.....

Postby SteveM » Thu Sep 14, 2017 2:02 pm

I think I'm mostly missing the 64ths and 32nds. Have lots in the 8ths, 4ths and 1/2.

Also need a few for my under/over set.

I'll have to check when I get home.

Steve

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What is left.....

Postby Lazz » Thu Sep 14, 2017 4:48 pm

http://imgur.com/a/DTODL

Picture #1


C) R8 1/8, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 1/2, /8, 11/16 $20 for all of them
D) R8 19.05 for a Tormach end mill holder & 3/8 tormack end mill holder $25

Picture #2

B,C) Mitutoyo 0-1" .0001 worn yet very usable $12.50 each
D) J.C. Renick 12" or 32MM $10
E) JTSlcomb 1-2 Not new but usable $5
G) Craftsman 1-2 Not new but usable $5
Picture #3

C) set of pipe dies 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 3/4 $17.50
D) 1/8 best one left $2
E) 1/4 best one left $2
F) 3/8 best one left $3
G) 1/2 best one left $3
Picture #4

A) Craftsman 0-3 depth mic $10
D) 4" dial caliper China $5
F) 30 plus center drills $20


Picture 5
2 Dake 1 1/2 arbor presses. They are 150 pounds so shipping isnt going to be cheap. These are not beat up.... they are in wonderfull working condition.
The one with the lettering visible has the stickers like new... I have used it for nearly 10 years.... $400
The one on the left.... the counter weight has been repaired. Hard to notice the repair $300


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