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for sale new snapon tools

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  1. dbcook

    dbcook TS Member

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    for sale or trade new snapon tools

    i have a 9400GSBO 600 piece set of snap on tools for sale or trade. includes top & bottom boxes, black in color. tools have never been unpacked from shipping cartons. retail is 16,000 plus tax off snapon truck.. 10,000 cash or trade. thanks dwain
     
  2. maclellan1911

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    take 25 a week?
     
  3. dbcook

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    i will sell for 10,000 cash {or something close} or take 16000 {or something close} in trade for trap shotguns pickup corvette remington sts winchester dble AA,s federal papers these would make nice xmas present for a family member .. thanks dwain
     
  4. nukinfuts

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    I wonder what truck these fell off?
     
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    I went to Snap-On's website, and could not find that particular set, by the numbers provided.

    I wanted to see what all was included.

    Danny
     
  6. dbcook

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    danny ifor some reason snapon doesn,t list there sets anymore.it is in there snapon catalog. earl wellington {my snapon dealer says the set is still available 1319-330-9117 is earl.s cell phone. he is based out of washington iowa or email me thanks dwain
     
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    Here is the tool set.
     
  8. dbcook

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    thanks hairy dwain
     
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    Now now now db.Dont get your feathers all ruffeled..... Maybe you can explain why one would buy $16,000 worth of tools,not open them,then sell them for $10,000 or maybe someone gave them to you?
     
  11. dbcook

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    nulinfuts you won,t get my feathers ruffled. you are just trying to be cute. if you want to buy i will explain why i am doing what i am doing. & along with my reasoning i will show you receipt where i purchased these tools. you have a great weekend. dwain
     
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    As an automotive technician for 23 years I can tell you exactly why he is selling them so cheap. After taking it for so long you just have to get the heck out no matter what the cost. By the way I don't want the tools. I've got everything you got there plus some...and some more.
    Anybody want mine?

    Steve
     
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    Gee I don't think anyone has ever paid 15,000 for a trap gun and sold it for 10,000...And futz, what makes you think he owes you an explanation?
     
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    First off 391,I didn't ask for a explanation.Secondly if you would read the above post, he asked me if I had any questions.I will ask you the same.I will try to answer those also. Have a great day...Nuc
     
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    Kehrby, know EXACTLY what you mean, 21 years and woke up one morning and said NO MORE !! Sold all the tools, took the cash and went self employed in a different craft. For 21 years I had the Snap-on monkey on my back... Don't know which is worse, Heroine, or a weekly tool account.
     
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    Pump Gun, I have never had any heroin but i think it would be easier to defeat than the SnapOn monkey! I signed over a lot of weekly paychecks and on good weeks I got a twenty back to live on till the next one
     
  20. kehrby

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    Anybody who has ever tried to make a living working on cars will tell you that during the 80s and 90s it was cake and gravy. BUT, the last ten years has been horrible, the cars harder to work on, the manufacturers paying MUCH less to repair under warranty and the tools to do it cost twice as much!!! Time to go but somebody buy this guys tools and quit wondering why he's taking a loss. You don't have a clue!!

    Steve
     
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