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    are these worth anything?

    Or just junk, 4 3 phase electric motors 2 are 2hp one is 5hp the other I don't know, an industrial blower with single phase motor an industrial vacuum and a step down pulley system. All move freely not ceased. Also a belt driven mini lathe and grinding wheel, leatherworkers sole cutter Name:  WIN_20160717_144728.JPG
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    They gotta be worth something Scotty.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Scrap the motors, blowers worth trade me, don't know the other two
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    There has gotta be a bit of copper in that lot. Scrap value will realise a few beers for sure.
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    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Sorry mate Maca49 has probably covered it. The 3 phase stuff if junk. Looks like a starter there off the Ark on the RHS. The other starter (maybe DOL) in top middle looks more modern and appears to have a PDL weather proof isolator attached may be worth TM. Wood lathe might attract something on TM. Even the blower..mmm. Guessing a BTH brand motor, could be wrong. Motor pulley looks fractured. If scrapping the motors chop leads off at entry points. Is this stuff from the old factory?

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    Sold a couple of new blowers without motors thr other day a little bigger than the galv one,over $1000.00 each+ GST
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    I advertise new 5.5 kW 4 pole 3 phase Chinese motors on trademe and can't get a bid at $250.
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Blower would be handy for someone making a forge.
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    High HP single phase motors usually get good $ as can be hard to find and expensive to buy new. The boot trimmer could easily be converted to a bead roller for a panel beater or sheet metal worker. Converted one to electric drive for a mate years ago and has done a heap of work.

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    Friwi you could crimp your cans with it?
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Ok yea all lying round the factory Zimmer so ditch the 3 phase , might keep one or two and make a service lift to the mezzanine floor and a garage door opener. And put everything else on tm . I thought the leatherworkers tool could be converted to a swager or jenny also have some bits and pieces off the big lathe which won't be of any use to me

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    hi scotty where are you located might be keen on the leather work tool
    cheers john

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    Quote Originally Posted by john worthington View Post
    hi scotty where are you located might be keen on the leather work tool
    cheers john
    im just outta thames so not quite just down the road from clyde........ its listed on Tm but have told someone i wont ship (think he/she was a time waster ) i can ship at buyers cost of course, unless you know someone that can pick up. Listing #: 1125304481

 

 

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