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Posted on A shot at a older Performax Pro III 22-44 for $800. Hmm...hmm.....?

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#1 posted 09-27-2018 02:33 AM

I think I was one of the first ones in Georgia to buy that sander back when it first came out in the early 90’s. Still have it and work it just about every day. Used it today to sand 6 end grain cutting boards.

Your friend is about right on the price. I think mine was a little over $1300 with the out feed tables and casters for it. Mine has sanded many many 100 doors, furniture panels, table tops, cutting boards, and many other things.

The only thing I’ve done to mine is replace the drive belt about 10 years ago, and I use only 120 grit paper on it.

If it’s in good condition, I would jump on that $800 price in a heart beat.

-- Bruce Free Plans https://traditionalwoodworking.org


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