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Old 02-10-2013, 05:58 PM   #1
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I bought a Planex a few months back, it has been used twice on very small drywall jobs, I simply dont need it, I spent too much money last summer on tools I do no not need.

I spent $2200.00 on all of the above which includes the head stand that fits on the top of the vac, I would like to get $1500.00 for everything, still under warranty and barelly used.

I will post pics in a wee bit, I just wanted to see if there is a chnce of seling it here to serious professionals before I go down the normal routes of time wasters and tyre kickers.

Im also selling some Binks spray items also Brand new HVLP, I could put together a complete conventional spray system less the compressor of course.

I have not used my trailer productivley since I bought it, a 2013 Forest River Cargo Mate, 12x7, with 2 tier aliminium roof rack, a kobalt work bench and a 30 Gal Husky Compressor in it. $3000.00 I could throw in the Binks Gun, hoses, Binks 1 Gal prssure pot for an extra $500.00

Maybe I should set the trailer up as a Painting Professional Trailer?

Any input or questions let me know folks, Im in Denver Colorado, Lakewood CO 80228
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Old 02-10-2013, 06:07 PM   #2
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This is the trailer, you can see a scrape at the front, its all aliminium

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So are you still using all those pro shots you bought?
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So are you still using all those pro shots you bought?
He he, Will, I dropped one of the roof I have a pro shot 2 and 2 x true coats to be honest mate, I opened my other stotage unit last week and nearly crapped my pants at what was there, I returned a bout $1000.00 worth of tools to Depot and lowes. I have the back pack system and the curvy extenstion rod for the pro shot also but I am thinking about keeping them. Are you after the pro shot?
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No thx, I'm not a big fan of them. I was just wondering if you had any luck with them
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Here is the planex

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[QUOTE="wills fresh coat"]No thx, I'm not a big fan of them. I was just wondering if you had any luck with them[/QUOTE

ñow that i have started to get the hang of the HVLP I use it not so often, I wish I had hve learned the HVLP sooner.
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Brian is that the shipped price on the planex combo?
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Brian is that the shipped price on the planex combo?
Im going to call into kinkos and find out the price, let me know i will get shipping rates to canada and us and uk and post it up on the original, i hope im not breaking any posting rules?
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Brian is that the shipped price on the planex combo?
I will pay the postage
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Pretty tempting Brian.
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Brian I would snag it but I just paid van repairs for a little more than your asking price. Gah..

I will own one some day.
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I am really considering picking up this system but i have seen them on line brand new for $1,600 http://beavertools.com/index.php/cat...FQyDnQodbDEASg
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I am really considering picking up this system but i have seen them on line brand new for $1,600 http://beavertools.com/index.php/cat...FQyDnQodbDEASg
Yes,I am also looking for one,and I found prices 1500-1600 shipped
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He has the caddy accessory included as well.
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Would need a much better deal than that to justify buying used.
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post it on the festool forum. you might have a better chance of selling your tools.
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Pretty tempting Brian.
He he, i know unfortunately i gave in lol
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Thanks for the heads up on the price for the listed planex with the ct48 . This comes with the caddy stand that fits onto of the HEPA unit , its had about 2hrs use on two small jobs. Also two boxes of paper . I think $1250.00 is a fair and final asking price. It was just purcgased before Christmas. Cheers Guys
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Fin,


I was sending you PM,but your message inbox is full

Pm me when you get here

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