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Not been on in awhile but I have posted on CL my TS. Feel free to look on my projects/profile for more pics of my TS.




I have an older Jet CTAS-10 Table Saw for sale. This model I bought used and refurbished aesthetically. Repainted to off white. Solid cast iron table saw. Cuts like butter with my Freud blades. Saw price is fairly or priced at $500. Shows wear obviously. Yas Biesemeyer 52" rails and fence setup. The fence has seen better days. I have several additional items that are not necessarily included in that price such as a beautiful Inca Miter gauge. Everything is negotiable but no desperate. No longer have the room or the means to work with the Jet. It is currently hooked up to 220V. No power for 220 for TS. Has Baldor motor that can be wired to 115. Have not done so but could for serious buyers. Really a decent saw for the price and age.
Hopefully not too many tire kickers. Again not desperate but no room for it really.

Not looking for trades but would cause consider it for decent wood lathe(have one), 4 wheeler, beater truck, guns.

You can also find additional photos at Flickr under sgtsprout under my photostream. Or I can send more as well. Note it has 1 belt currently but runs fine. Also note from what I seen trunion system is in good shape. Biggest worry on older cast iron equipment is obsolescence, but from what I see this Saw has many years of service left in her. But as I said condition is fair to good. I think functionally it is good or better.

Feel free to text 3046425173, email [email protected] or respond here.
Also may check out photos at ;

http://morgantown.craigslist.org/tls/4822348762.html
 

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You might have better luck if you clear off all that stuff from on top of your saw.
I looked at your workshop page and the saw has stuff piled on top of it there as well.
Depending on the priority / desire of selling your saw, you may consider taking some quality photos of it cleaned up and free of debris to attract buyers.
The way it appears here, it kind of gives the impression that you don't care about the saw that much and would give prospective buyers pause on how the saw has been taken care of.
Don't take offense to this comment. I'm just trying to help.
 

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Well that stuff is actually the accessories. There is an Inca Miter gauge, push blocks, dado blade. I thought it would show what else may be included and available. But I get what you are saying. I could see about getting better photos. Kind of almost figure few will be interested since I am in the middle of WV. But will see about fixing it. If anyone was seriously interested I thought I could talk to them Bout it. Thank you .
 
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