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Re: Got a neat surprise today. Tools

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Dad and I used to work at a scrap yard on the weekends where shops dumped items they couldn't, or didn't want to fix so they could sell something new. Over the years we got a nice 30 gallon Dewar for holding liquid nitrogen, a hot water parts washing cabinet, thousands worth of impact sockets from 13/16" to 4", a working 8Kw diesel generator, quite a few air tools, lathe and mill tooling, a Dodge gearbox that was torn down but I recently sold as a core for $800, an electric pipe/rod threading machine with about a dozen die holders and about twice as many dies, quite a few small engines of various brands and HP's, a dumping 3 wheel 'golf cart', and that's just the things I can remember. That said your right, it's nice to have friends in places like that, even if the stuff they can get you needs a bit of TLC.

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12-31-2012 09:05:49

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 Re: Got a neat surprise today. Tools in reply to NCWayne, 12-30-2012 22:28:57  
I wish the city dumps where still like they where back when I was a kid. I still remember going to dump a load of trash and then bringing back home a load of stuff that we saved. I have a toy truck my dad found at the dump and it has been appraised at $1500. Funny how people throw away good stuff just because it is not good enough for them

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