onetime Senior Member Joined: 12 Jul 2012 Posts: 10 Location: east coast Expertise: Just starting
Posted Mon Jul 30, 2012, 7:35am Subject: Re: wtb good grinder for beginner
thanks for the reply... its the whole situation, the box is virtually full off double breakers and my electrician told me a long time that he can not put any extras in there. My dryer is gas, so no chance there, again, the new wire is only half the problem. See it like that, the machine is huge, whatever I do, even with tricking I need 30 feet 220 and the trouble at the box needs a new electrician and or box.... then a grinder...either way i have to put down a 1000 out of pocket.....she will NOT like that ....that why i thought about a trade with someone who doesnt mind :-)
I do have actually a buyer who is ready to pay 1050 delivered to Florida.....just dont know the guy and paypal can be extremely tricky business.
calblacksmith Moderator Joined: 25 Nov 2007 Posts: 7,312 Location: Riverside, Ca, U.S.A. Expertise: I live coffee
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Posted Thu Aug 2, 2012, 5:06am Subject: Re: wtb good grinder for beginner
Well it truly sounds like the breaker box is full!!!!! Good luck with whatever you decide to do and how you move on from here. Out of state transactions can be tricky and a certain level of trust takes place on both sides of the transaction.
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