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Old 04-09-2012, 10:38 PM   #1
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I would sell together or separate the following items.

Paint Shaver was used on about 160 square feet of redwood siding. Never turned the blades.

HEPA vac was used on the same project. I have all vac attachments and PS dvd. Can provide receipts.

Why sell them? I wanted to use it on my OWN house, but I really think I will replace the siding and start over fresh.

I am not into refurbishing like I thought I might and don't have a crew to support it.

Bought both last fall 2011.

Paid $624.00 for Paint shaver and almost $500 for vac.

I'd take $800 firm and you pay shipping for both.

Call or text since I can't check PT daily.

Wade 580-478-5485
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Old 04-09-2012, 10:40 PM   #2
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How much individually?
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How much individually?
Hate to sell separate, but that's life.

Not sure what the vac is worth alone. (It sure does suck!!)

$500 for shaver and $300 for vac.

Just offered to trade with the guy with the HVLP. We have about the same cash invested.
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Must be super new! I've never seen a hitachi version. Its 110v isn't it? What's the model number pls?
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Your crazy selling this tool if you are a professional painter. I bought one about 6 months ago, and would say its one of the best tools I ever purchased.
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Your crazy selling this tool if you are a professional painter. I bought one about 6 months ago, and would say its one of the best tools I ever purchased.
What types of wood have you used it on?

I just dont have the older homes to do and would like to buy some other stuff.
I agree. It's a very cool tool that goes through paint like a hot knife through butter.
If it won't get $500, I'll keep it.
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I do a lot of weatherboard houses. Usually pine weatherboards and hardwood. It would not be suitable for cedar as it bites into the soft wood too aggressively.
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The paint shaver is still for sale, but vac is gone.

Final offering is $475, you pay shipping.
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Is the paint shaver still avail?
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Sorry, I haven't been to this thread in a while. It's still here.
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No longer. Both items are taken. Thanks for looking!!
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