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FS--Mec 761 hustler w/pump $325-North carolina

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by nanuk, Jun 11, 2011.

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  1. nanuk

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    For sale in Fayetteville North Carolina. A used but in ggod shape mec 761 hustler w/pump--12 ga----new style hyd cyl. Press works fine and has a 1 1/8 and a 1oz bar. If desired, I will swap out the standard bars and install an adjustable bar ( from my other press). Due to weight and size I do not want to ship this package so,if interested,you can try out the press at my location.
    Price $325
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    Bob,

    I am willing to pay shipping on this item. If you don't want to package it, you could take it to Fed Ex Kinko's or the UPS Store and they will package and ship it for you. I would also be willing to pay for these services.

    Please let me know if you would be interested.

    Thank you.

    Don Lowden
     
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    What is the difference between this machine and the 9000H?
     
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    Basically this press is a "grabber" which does all functions the same as a 9000---EXCEPT, it does not auto index the shell to the next station. You must manually turn the turrent. The hydro action controls only the up/down stroke--thus saving wear/tear on your shoulder.
    It's not always bad that it doesn't auto index as you can sometimes have problems with that segment of the process.
    Hope that answers your question.
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    It sure does and thank you for your time.--Matt
     
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    Can this be put on a MEC 9000 progressive?
     
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    GGPOST---I believe the pump will work on any mec hydro press--however it would probably be quite difficult/or impossible to convert a 9000g to a 9000h. Good question--probably best to get clarification/answer directly from mec.
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    Up for Bob! I bought a MEC progressive from him when he was in NY and he took real good care of me.

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    I have converted several 9000 presses to hydraulic, years ago I could buy the conversion kit from Graf $ sons for about $140. You need a extension piece that clamps onto the back of the press to extend the base of it to accept the hydraulic cylinder. You also need the struts that stop the column from flexing. I think the kits are still available, but are over $200. P.S. when doing this conversion you also have to use the column return spring made for the 9000H press which is different from the 9000G, if you don't the ram retracts in slow motion.
     
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