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  • Rucker needed from Kingston area to Sarnia area.

    I bought a small work bench a while back and was able to try my first Rucker. A fellow forum member was nice enough to pick it up- store it and then deliver it to my door! I was very grateful and look forward to paying the favour back or paying it forward sometime.

    The first Rucker went well with the work bench- so I was hoping there was someone with a pick up truck or a trailer (~400 lbs) that is coming this way?

    If anyone is willing/ able- please contact me through IM and we can discuss the particulars.

    Thanks.
    Bob.
    Don't trust everything you see on Holmes on Homes;
    http://forum.canadianwoodworking.com...lems-with-them
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    Re: Rucker needed from Kingston area to Sarnia area.

    what are you buying and where is it?
    my shop is a beaver lodge
    steve, sarnia, ont




    1940's Craftmaster Lathe

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      Re: Rucker needed from Kingston area to Sarnia area.

      Re: Rucker needed from Kingston area to Sarnia area.

      How about Kingston to Kitchener- or Toronto?
      Don't trust everything you see on Holmes on Homes;
      http://forum.canadianwoodworking.com...lems-with-them

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        Re: Rucker needed from Kingston area to Sarnia area.

        Alright, can anyone suggest a good/ fair priced mover?
        Don't trust everything you see on Holmes on Homes;
        http://forum.canadianwoodworking.com...lems-with-them

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          Re: Rucker needed from Kingston area to Sarnia area.

          Bob

          If I was making it to Rust Fest, I would pick it up for you, but alas, I can't make it this year. If somebody can get it to Kitchener or Toronto, I can bring it to Sarnia.

          Steve
          If a man speaks in the forest, and there's no woman around to hear him, is he still wrong

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            Re: Rucker needed from Kingston area to Sarnia area.

            Re: Rucker needed from Kingston area to Sarnia area.

            That would be great, thanks Steve. I will keep you posted if I get any offers.

            In the mean time I think I will see if shipping it is an option.
            Don't trust everything you see on Holmes on Homes;
            http://forum.canadianwoodworking.com...lems-with-them

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