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    ASKANDY
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  • ASKANDY
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    Dude,

    Great buy on the ironworker! I looked at many used ones and all went for more money than I felt comfortable withn so ended up purchasing a new Piranha P-50. The Cleveland punch company is great. I ordered some close tolerance dies for doing sheet metal and they had them for me in a week. You will have more money in punches and dies than in the whole machine

    Have Fun!

    A-

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  • Tanner
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    Timw,
    Looks nice! Nothing a new coat of paint can't fix!

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  • timw
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  • timw
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    Down sized the photo and will try to post again.
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  • timw
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    Picked up the Ironworker today I will try to add a picture.

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  • aametalmaster
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    You got a STEAL even with no punches. We had a Buffalo at my last job I sure miss it. You can get punches and dies at www.clevelandpunch.com
    I would buy it in a minute...Bob

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  • timw
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    Anybody Familiar with Buffalo Ironworkers?

    I bought one today at an auction, it's mechanical and has no tooling. It's about 5' tall with an angle notcher on the front and a rectangle notcher on the rear. It has a 6" shear and angle iron cutter/round bar cutter in the center of machine. I paid $325.00 for it, I hope I didn't get burned. Don't know the rating on it. I have to take my trailer monday and pick it up so all my info is from memory. Also bought a Case 4' trencher for $200.00. A fool and his money!
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