Oh Marc!

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It was an auto generated responce too...
 

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Posting a WTB thread in the BOYD section of OWWM might also be a place to try finding one. Someone might have one hiding away.
 

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It was an auto generated responce too...

yep, they are auto generated depending on what button he pushed. Kinda surprised he didn't come back with a counter offer though, most times a seller will do that....
 

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Posting a WTB thread in the BOYD section of OWWM might also be a place to try finding one. Someone might have one hiding away.

I know what "wtb" is ...what is the other ones?
 

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I know what "wtb" is ...what is the other ones?

OWWM stands for Old Woodworking Machines and is a forum dedicated to old iron, both wood and metal working - typically American made, but also appreciates European equipment - nothing Chiwanese though. BOYD stands for Bring Out Your Dead and is their Classifieds section, which has two areas - one for woodworking machines and accessories and another for metal working machines. I think I've only made a couple posts over there, but I check in and look at some of the threads about once a week and check out some of the neat old iron. The forum and the Vintage Machinery website, which they are a little connected with, have been great resources whenever I've done research on old iron - either on tools I have or tools I'm interested in - and has a great collection of scanned copies of things like manuals for machines, parts diagrams, original advertising, etc. I have made a couple purchases of parts for my 24" Delta Scroll Saw through the OWWM forum, though not as WTB posts but as seeing the items listed, and paid a little less than I would have paid through eBay for the same items.
 

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OWWM stands for Old Woodworking Machines and is a forum dedicated to old iron, both wood and metal working - typically American made, but also appreciates European equipment - nothing Chiwanese though. BOYD stands for Bring Out Your Dead and is their Classifieds section, which has two areas - one for woodworking machines and accessories and another for metal working machines. I think I've only made a couple posts over there, but I check in and look at some of the threads about once a week and check out some of the neat old iron. The forum and the Vintage Machinery website, which they are a little connected with, have been great resources whenever I've done research on old iron - either on tools I have or tools I'm interested in - and has a great collection of scanned copies of things like manuals for machines, parts diagrams, original advertising, etc. I have made a couple purchases of parts for my 24" Delta Scroll Saw through the OWWM forum, though not as WTB posts but as seeing the items listed, and paid a little less than I would have paid through eBay for the same items.


Right on. Thanks Matt. I'll take a gander over there....
 

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Weelllll....I never got around to using this beast. So It's up for sale on fb marketplace. Got 6 hits on it today. And one guy says hes coming 3-1/2 hours away on thursday.
Well see...
 

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Dang, I forgot about this! Did you never get what you needed to run it?
 
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