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    Alright Oleg.... Your freaking me out a little!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by everlastsupport View Post
    I swear I saw a picture of at least two of your friends in another thread here?
    LOL, you beat me to that one!

    So if CGC won a helmet in another contest, that means he gets DQd from the Everlast contest for karma reasons, right? Or will lightning strike twice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveO View Post
    LOL, you beat me to that one!

    So if CGC won a helmet in another contest, that means he gets DQd from the Everlast contest for karma reasons, right? Or will lightning strike twice!
    Did i say won.... I meant, i spent so much with this company that they gave me a loyal customer award...yeah, that's what i meant!
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    Quote Originally Posted by everlastsupport View Post
    I swear I saw a picture of at least two of your friends in another thread here?
    Took me a day.. But I just got this one! Welding is probably Not what I want those friends to do with me.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by CGCINC View Post
    Took me a day.. But I just got this one! Welding is probably Not what I want those friends to do with me.......
    Too funny.

    Never know, you might like it. My sons last girlfriend was an art major. He gave her the MIG and MMA to try (show her how hard it is), and you should have seen the welds. Everyone got quite. She later made an abstract boat from scrap.

    OK, I see you point. Never mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveO View Post
    LOL, you beat me to that one!
    It was too hard to resist. Sorry.
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    OK, I'll bite... do you still have it, what do you want in trade, or what would you consider in trade? I'd rather barter my way through life if only stores still worked that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trip59 View Post
    OK, I'll bite... do you still have it, what do you want in trade, or what would you consider in trade? I'd rather barter my way through life if only stores still worked that way.
    Not to break up the thread and assuming he might have sold it.. I have a couple and live in Florida and always looking to barter. Was supposed to pickup a Bridge Mill today, but will be next weekend now. Son went mudding, left Dad high and dry.
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    This is the mill i want Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	6879 I have a Bridgeport but like the variable speed control knob on this one. here a pic my old BridgeportClick image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by everlastsupport View Post
    Not to break up the thread and assuming he might have sold it.. I have a couple and live in Florida and always looking to barter. Was supposed to pickup a Bridge Mill today, but will be next weekend now. Son went mudding, left Dad high and dry.
    In fairness, I'd like to see if the OP is still interested, but if not... I'll definitely get with you Mike.

    At some point, I'll get my 1942 Van Norman 12 up and running. I was looking at a Bridgeport until I saw that a VN12 can bury a cutter in steel and plow through at cut depths and rates that would snap a head off a Bridgeport... After putting my hands on it and seeing the outright rigidity, my upgrade will be to a bigger VN, there's just no flex in those things. Now that I lost that contract, looks like I'll have enough time LOL (looking for the silver lining still )
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    whats nice always can still get parts for Van norman stuff , had a van Norman 570 broaching machine wish i kept it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trip59 View Post
    In fairness, I'd like to see if the OP is still interested, but if not... I'll definitely get with you Mike.

    At some point, I'll get my 1942 Van Norman 12 up and running. I was looking at a Bridgeport until I saw that a VN12 can bury a cutter in steel and plow through at cut depths and rates that would snap a head off a Bridgeport... After putting my hands on it and seeing the outright rigidity, my upgrade will be to a bigger VN, there's just no flex in those things. Now that I lost that contract, looks like I'll have enough time LOL (looking for the silver lining still )
    I sold it last week locally.
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    Cool, glad you got it sold! Thanks for letting me know.

    Ok, Mike, will send you a PM...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodsmachineshop View Post
    This is the mill i want Click image for larger version. 

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    Ill take that Bridgeport off your hands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodsmachineshop View Post
    This is the mill i want Click image for larger version. 

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    Stick with the Bridgie, even worn out it's a better mill than the POS Grizzly
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