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Offline Wilderbeast

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I just purchased a VERY large quantity of 1' X 42" 150 grit aluminum oxide sanding belts.   

UPDATE - OK, the belts are here.  I'm going to blow these out by the case.

50 in a case, $30 shipped to your door anywhere in the USA.  That's $.60 a belt shipped.  The cheapest price I could find on the internet was a bit over $2.00 per belt plus shipping.

OR BUY TWO CASES, 100 BELTS FOR $50, .50 PER BELT!!!

If anyone finds a lower price then mine for 150 grit aluminum oxide belts this size, post it up and I'll beat it.


Because shipping to Canada will be a bit higher, PM me for a quote.





And if anyone is inclined to put together a group buy for a knife club, for instance, I will work with you to make it worth while.
« Last Edit: May 07, 2015, 08:58:11 AM by Wilderbeast »
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Hope you can unload them quickly Wilderbeast!

If you ever come across a similar deal on 2 X 72's, I'd be in on that, down with that or whatever the lingo is these days LOL

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I have a 4x 32 and the cheapest belts locally are 8 bux a piece.

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I've got an 'El Cheapo' 1X42.  I might be interested in a few. :shrug:
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I have a 2x42 that I can use them on... Lemme know :thumbsup:
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i'd be interested if i had a 1x42 ;) but mines a 2x48 if you ever get some of those i'd for sure be interested.
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I'd be curious as to the cost.
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Mike I have a 1x42, and am still building my knife shop.. when you get them let me know.  I'll take some off your hands.

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Mike I have a 1x42, and am still building my knife shop.. when you get them let me know.  I'll take some off your hands.

I'll be sure to let you know when I pick them up.  Hopefully in the next two weeks. 

Thanks for everyone's interest.  Please feel free to continue to post your comments

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curious here as well - these will work on my 2x42.

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I want to build my own. If the price is right I'd be interested too.

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Just a bump to update, I should have these home by Monday night.  I'll update you on Tuesday.
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OK, the belts are here.  I'm going to blow these out by the case.

50 in a case, $30 shipped to your door anywhere in the USA.  That's $.60 a belt shipped.  The cheapest I could find was a bit over $2.00 per belt plus shipping.

If anyone finds a lower price then mine for 150 grit aluminum oxide belts this size, I'll beat it.


Because shipping to Canada will be a bit higher, PM me for a quote.
« Last Edit: May 05, 2014, 04:15:17 PM by Wilderbeast »
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Awesome deal.  If I had a 1X42 I'd be all over it.

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I'll take a case - same PP as before?

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I'll take a case - same PP as before?

yes sir, thanks.
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payment sent
thanks for the killer deal!

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belts arrived this morning - thanks again for a painless deal.

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I'm not sure my old 1X42 will last through 50 belts, but this is too good to pass up. :popcorn:  PM me the necessary info, 'beast......I must have deleted your paypal address. :shrug:
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I'm not sure my old 1X42 will last through 50 belts, but this is too good to pass up. :popcorn:  PM me the necessary info, 'beast......I must have deleted your paypal address. :shrug:

PM on the way.
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Mine came in the mail today.......looked like they used the box for a wheel chock on a runaway mail truck, but the belts survived unscathed. :thumbsup:   Thank you almighty 'beast :hail:
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Mine came in the mail today.......looked like they used the box for a wheel chock on a runaway mail truck, but the belts survived unscathed. :thumbsup:   Thank you almighty 'beast :hail:

If any of the belts were damaged let me know and I'll make good on them.

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No worries, Mike......not a single belt was sullied in any way, but thanks for offering! :cheers:
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I got a box load of belts, and gave them a test run already.  Good to Go!

I'll be getting another load soon. 

Thanks Beast!  :thumbsup:

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Bump.

Still got some of these belts, Beast?  If so, PM me your PP info and the money will there in a jiffy.
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Bump.

Still got some of these belts, Beast?  If so, PM me your PP info and the money will there in a jiffy.


Oh yeah, I've got a mess of them.  PM on the way.
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Thanks, Mike.  PM back to ya!
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Any still available? Thanks

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Any still available? Thanks

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Plenty  :) Sending you a pm
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Re: If you own a 1x42 belt sander or know someone who does - please read this
« Reply #29 on: October 27, 2014, 08:57:26 AM »
Bump,

 these are still available, $30 for 50, $50 for 100 shipping included
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Still have a supply of these WB?
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Still have a supply of these WB?

Oh yeah.  They have been going out steadily but I still have good bunch left.
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I'll check with the carpenters at work they may jump on this bigtime
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Bump,

 these are still available, $30 for 50, $50 for 100 shipping included
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bump
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Re: If you own a 1x42 belt sander or know someone who does - please read this
« Reply #35 on: December 26, 2015, 08:59:54 PM »
Beast I sent you a message!

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Re: If you own a 1x42 belt sander or know someone who does - please read this
« Reply #36 on: December 27, 2015, 09:59:29 AM »
He's probably out grooming his ass.  :shrug:
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Re: If you own a 1x42 belt sander or know someone who does - please read this
« Reply #37 on: December 27, 2015, 10:13:57 AM »
He's probably out grooming his ass.  :shrug:

Thanks for that image.  Nope, I replied last night and have plenty left.
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Re: If you own a 1x42 belt sander or know someone who does - please read this
« Reply #38 on: December 28, 2015, 10:32:32 AM »
He's probably out grooming his ass.  :shrug:

Bwahahahaha!!  And if that's painful for you... just picture us picturing that.

LOL.  Love ya brother.

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