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FS Ponsness Warren hydraulic drive

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by pikepoola1racer, Mar 26, 2009.

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  1. pikepoola1racer

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    FS Ponsness Warren hydraulic drive, great condition, or will traid for hand guns.
     
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    What macine(s) will this fit and how easy/hard/possible to switch to multiple machines?? - I have 5 PW machines - 1 for 12 - 410 guges shells
     
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    how mush are you asking. I hve a platnum 2000. Also how old, are you the original owner etc. thanks alex Kotter
     
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    how mush are you asking. I hve a platnum 2000. Also how old, are you the original owner etc. thanks alex Kotter
     
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    Dan - I only have three, but had the same idea to set up the hydraulics for multiple machines. Check the PW website, http://www.reloaders.com/, they show a actuator piston for this purpose. Then, of course, you have to do the plumbing. It looks like a costly effort, but it would be really cool. Billy
     
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    Any idea of $ price? Dana
     
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