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  1. #1
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    Default Festool TS75 Package

    Reluctant Sale
    Festool TS75 Track Saw in Systainer Including near new Festool 210mm blade $900
    2 Spare 210mm Festool blades (both need a touchup but still with plenty of life) $90 ea
    108CM Guide Rail 1 @ $125
    140CM Guide Rail [email protected] $150
    80CM Guide Rail 1 @ $90
    Guide Rail Joiners Included
    Guide Rail G Clamps 2 @ $50ea
    All in V good condition.
    Willing to accept $1500 as a package. (Half the current list price for the lot)
    (From Ideal Tools Web site)

    Pick up from Yarragon, Vic or courier at buyers expense anywhere in Australia

    Cheers
    Mike
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    Hi Mike,

    Are the rails marked or scratched in any way as I am considering the rails ? If you have photos, that would be ideal.

    Regards
    Nick

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    Hi Nick, The tracks are in good condition with some poly stain over spray which just peels off.
    However, I'm not willing to sell items separately.
    Selling as a package only. Sorry.
    Cheers
    Mike
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    hi,

    well if you change your mind i could be interested in the saw.

    would also like a photo or two, and need to figure out transport.

    cheers, luke

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    Photos coming by the weekend
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    At 1500 its a bargain. If you only want one part, buy the lot and Gordon Gekko it!

    It had crossed my mind

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    Ya, this is cheap as. If I didn't already have one I'd be on it like a seagull on a chip.

    It's a great saw - goes through ironbark sleepers like a hot knife through butter

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    Default Cheap as...

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodPixel View Post
    At 1500 its a bargain. If you only want one part, buy the lot and Gordon Gekko it!

    It had crossed my mind
    I priced the current cost of the items and there would be around $24 change from $3,000.
    the reason I donít really want to split the package is that the saw alone becomes a very versatile thing with tracks etc additional extras. Anyone interested should look at it being used in the many YouTube videos. Just search TS75 on YouTube.
    Cheers
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    Last edited by Shedhand; 23rd Dec 2020 at 11:44 PM. Reason: Add pix
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    Are the blades all the one type?

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    Yes all the same size. Iím away from home for a few days so canít confirm what tooth they are but think they are either 52T or 60T.
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    Default TS75 blades

    My mistake. All the TS75 blades are 36T. The saw has been used mainly for ripping hardwood boards down utilising the tracks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shedhand View Post
    Sheddie, I am not sure that this is correct. Looking at the Just Tools website the package, excluding 2 used blades can be purchased for $2193 unless I am missing something.

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    Default Festool TS75 Prices and (amended sale price)

    New Prices from Just Tools
    Saw in Systainer = $1495 ea
    800 Guide Rail = $150 ea
    1080 Guide Rail = $195 ea
    1400 Guide Rail = $229 ea
    210 x 36T Blades x2 = $242 Pair (i quoted for wrong blades 216 x 60T, my apologies.)
    120mm Track Clamps = $78 Pair (I quoted each)

    Total Replacement cost = $2389

    My apologies, however, I didn't intend to mislead I just misread item prices when researching new prices.
    I have accordingly reduced my asking price for the lot to $1400 plus freight at buyers cost.
    Cheers
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    REDUCED
    ABSOLUTE ROCK BOTTOM
    MUST GO
    $1200 plus postage for the lot. Will split (Saw $800, Acessories and Tracks $400)
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    Dammit Sheddie, you’ve hooked me. I’ll take it and pickup it either this weekend or Monday. And I’ll bring cash.
    Cheers

    DJ

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