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Old 11-18-2018, 04:40 PM
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During my recent trip to Floyd Virginia, I found a few goodies that I decided I needed for my shop. First is a 50 ton capacity air over hydraulic press and it came with bed plates and a 24" metal brake. Next up is an engine driven Landa hot water pressure washer. Both are in great shape and fully functional. The best part is that I got both for less than 10 Benjamins. I had been looking for a press and the only ones I've seen are the cheap 20 ton bottle jack type. The pressure washer was a deal too good to pass up. With both on the back of the pickup and CubDieselFan's 1572 on my small trailer, I had a pretty good load coming home.
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I had a big red.. nice press!
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Good deal.

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That press brake is a handy attachment.
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Looks like you had a good haul!

Hope the hydraulic press works good for you! I've got a older bottle jack style bought from a travelling Taiwan tool show. We had one at work, but it had more jack than frame and got destroyed. So, we replaced it with a Sunnex, lets just say its not a Dake.

I have only used a hot water washer once, it did a really nice job getting things cleaned up for paint prep.
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Nice additions to your shop.
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During my recent trip to Floyd Virginia, I found a few goodies that I decided I needed for my shop. First is a 50 ton capacity air over hydraulic press and it came with bed plates and a 24" metal brake. Next up is an engine driven Landa hot water pressure washer. Both are in great shape and fully functional. The best part is that I got both for less than 10 Benjamins. I had been looking for a press and the only ones I've seen are the cheap 20 ton bottle jack type. The pressure washer was a deal too good to pass up. With both on the back of the pickup and CubDieselFan's 1572 on my small trailer, I had a pretty good load coming home.
Very Nice Stan! We have almost the same units at our shop! Press is near identical to yours... the pressure washer is the same only electric.. you will enjoy both and wonder how you did without them!!
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Those are Very nice, Stan.
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