bunch of misc. stuff for sale

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  1. Jerry Daschofsky

    Jerry Daschofsky Moderator Staff Member

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    Ok, trying to get my garage cleaned out. This is stuff from garage sales and just spring cleaning.

    First is an industrial grinder. Is a 1/3hp on a 220 lead. Was wired into my uncles shop and he gave to me when he closed it down. Actually was given to him from my Dad when his plant shut down (used to be Menasha, previously St. Regis on the tideflats) and was their grinder. Has grinding wheel and wire wheel on it. Make an offer, have no idea on worth. Does come attached to this industrial stand. Weighs a ton, and was bolted to the floor. Worked at my uncles, but never setup another 220 lead here at the house to use it.
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    Golf clubs. These are mostly wilson irons, and spaulding metal woods. Have full range of irons, including a driving iron (1). But has a chipper and putter as well. Comes with bag that cost me around $70 (still has old price tag on bottom). Comes with lots of golf balls, rags, glove, and misc tees, etc. Also comes with titlest pull cart. Was some chewing on both tires by rodents in my garage. LOL. But doesn't affect the cart at all. These are right handed clubs. Sell the whole combo for $90 OBO.
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    Have a reese bumper mount reciever hitch. That way you can use your slideout hitches if you don't have the class III hitch on your frame. Make me an offer.
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    Now the two freebies.

    First, book shelf. Missing one pin to hold up the shelf. But can be substituted pretty quick. But, it's free, so quite complaining. :D
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    Lastly. A big toy knockoff. Came with my house. Wood still appears to be in good shape. Comes with slide, baby swings and bigger kids swings. It's free, but on condition you dismantle and haul away.
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    Where's the fishing stuff/topic?

    OK, maybe a I missed it, but where's the fishing stuff?

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    Jerry Daschofsky Moderator Staff Member

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    Where's the fishing stuff/topic?

    LOL, I'm about tapped on fishing gear. Down to the last, and if I sell, would have no rods. LOL. Don't feel like selling and going back to old yellow blanked glass rods from eagle claw. LOL
     
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    Chris S.! What are the boundaries for selling stuff here?

    But selling swing sets and bookcases on a fishing site (the WashingtonFlyFishing.com website, no less!)? I'm remodeling my bathroom and have some well-loved fixtures for sale, too . . .

    We love you and appreciate your enthusiasm man, but . . .
     
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    Chris S.! What are the boundaries for selling stuff here?

    LOL, well this would be the first site of the 8 I've posted it on that I'd have to pull off, and those are all fishing sites. But, if you want to get technical, they are all fishing related. The grinder is used for taking those nasty barbs off your flies. The swingset is used for the kids to keep them occupied while you fish. The clubs are for the lady fishers out there to buy for their hubbies to keep them off their backs while they fish. Bookcase is used to store all your flyfishing/tying books on and materials too (actually what I originally used it for when I had stored my materials in rubbermaid boxes and stashed on the shelf). And of course the hitch is used on the vehicle to tow your favorite driftboat to the river you plan to fish. So, I can make a defense for it all. ;) Plus, will take flyfishing trades of similar value, so would fit the bill.
     
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