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Old 08-19-2003, 09:34 PM   #11
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would you maybe be interested in sending it by UPS as a loan? I would pay for shipping both ways. I totally understand though if you don't want to do that. I can't believe these pullers cost this much. :(
Dude, im totally willing to help you out. I will even loan you the 21mm & 15/16 wrenches if you need them. Just send me a check to cover the shipping plus $20 and a check for $130 that I will return to you after I get the tool back. Im not going to screw ya, honest! I have met bonnie94sse in person, he can vouch that I am a honest person not looking to screw anyone.

As for the initial cost of the puller, the thing is HUGE and there are alot of machined parts on it too. It is about the right cost for all the CNC work that it has on it.

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would you maybe be interested in sending it by UPS as a loan? I would pay for shipping both ways. I totally understand though if you don't want to do that. I can't believe these pullers cost this much. :(
Dude, im totally willing to help you out. I will even loan you the 21mm & 15/16 wrenches if you need them. Just send me a check to cover the shipping plus $20 and a check for $130 that I will return to you after I get the tool back. Im not going to screw ya, honest! I have met bonnie94sse in person, he can vouch that I am a honest person not looking to screw anyone.

As for the initial cost of the puller, the thing is HUGE and there are alot of machined parts on it too. It is about the right cost for all the CNC work that it has on it.

Jay
sorry man, didn't see your post before offering. lol. I'll definately let you know, I don't have the pully yet. thanks for your offer though! just trying to arrange some of the stuff ahead of time.
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