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Old 10-19-2017, 09:07 PM
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Default No 1 & No 2 Greenerd style arbor plate

I'm having some "daisy" plates cut on the waterjet at work for No 1 and No 2 Greenerd arbor presses.

I can add you to the group buy if you're interested. $25 shipped for the No 1 plate and $33 for the No 2 plate ( USA shipping )

Offer will be good for two weeks at most.
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Old 10-22-2017, 10:35 AM
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To bad! Mine is a bit bigger....

Greenerd 3 3/4.
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Old 10-22-2017, 08:41 PM
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To bad! Mine is a bit bigger....

Greenerd 3 3/4.
Very nice

Could you get me the distance from the plate pivot ( center ) hole to the centerline of the ram?

No. 3 plates will be offered later.
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Very nice

Could you get me the distance from the plate pivot ( center ) hole to the centerline of the ram?

No. 3 plates will be offered later.
I will draw a sketch and made measurements ASAP but this is bigger then a number 3, the model 3 3/4 is the biggest model on a stand the model 4 is a floor model
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Old 10-23-2017, 08:17 PM
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I will draw a sketch and made measurements ASAP but this is bigger then a number 3, the model 3 3/4 is the biggest model on a stand the model 4 is a floor model
Yes it is, it's a 5 ton model you have there. That rachet makes it very easy to use. The handle is always at the "right spot".

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Old 12-02-2017, 01:05 PM
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Quite a few folks took advantage of the offer. I will post again on the next run as it will be larger plates offered too.
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I bet the mail clerks will all go on break next time they see you unloading in the parking lot.
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I bet the mail clerks will all go on break next time they see you unloading in the parking lot.
Clerks? bahahahaha I mail them from Palm, PA. There is exactly one person there. Palm is a very small town.

None of the boxes weighed more than 5 pounds. I carried all 12 boxes into the post office using one of those cloth carry bags.
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Jeff I just found were I store the drawing for old Greenerd press from model 1 to model 4, here the one for my 3 3/4. Let me know if you need more info.
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