Author Topic: WTT: almost new Festool Trion jigsaw + accessories for Festol 1010 router  (Read 2839 times)

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Offline Julian Tracy

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Hello,

I have a new (used once for two radius countertop corner cuts) Festool Trion D-handled jigsaw with Circle guide, edge guide, rail sled + 35 pack of Festool blades + Systainer that I'd like to see if anyone would like to trade their smaller Festool router for?

The jigsaw + the accessories retail at about $390 or so, I'd be willing to trade even up for a 1010 router setup.

Or? Anyone want to buy a complete Festool jigsaw setup with all of the stuff for $315.00?

The jigsaw is great, it's just that I think I'll get more use from the router on the rail - and unlike most of you - I don't already own 6 routers:)

Thanks,

Julian
Redford, MI
313-283-5908
« Last Edit: October 29, 2007, 12:47 AM by Julian Tracy »

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Offline Eli

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See, now that wasn't so painful. I can't find a single fault with that classified posting......  ;D

For the love of pete, somebody buy the thing so Jonny Boy and I can have classifieds to read.....
Do nothing, stay ahead.

Offline Julian Tracy

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what does your reply refer to?

Not sure if this was directed to me or not?

Julian

Offline iggy07

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Julian -

No, you did everything just right.

We're all just amazed, because despite the ridiculously simple instructions for posting classified ads, one after the other screws them up or ignores them. (See the 'endangered species' thread).

I haven't posted anything, but I read the rules and they don't appear to be all that complicated. I assume you would agree.

You just came in following a long discussion about all the ways it can be (and has been) done wrong!

Good luck with your trade/sale.

Ed Gallaher
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Offline Joemac

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e-mail sent with an offer- which the seller chose not to avail himself of, the item is still available.
« Last Edit: October 25, 2007, 05:39 PM by Joemac »

Offline Julian Tracy

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I'm happy with the saw, but am just trying to raise money to get the router instead.  Looked at the router yesterday at Woodcraft - nice peice of work.

Julian
« Last Edit: October 28, 2007, 09:27 PM by Julian Tracy »

Offline Dan Uhlir

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 Julian,
       
              Certainly you'll need a router and a jigsaw. dan

Offline Toller

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See, now that wasn't so painful. I can't find a single fault with that classified posting......  ;D

I thought there had to be a complete address.  Maybe not.

Offline Eli

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See, now that wasn't so painful. I can't find a single fault with that classified posting......  ;D

I thought there had to be a complete address.  Maybe not.

sigh..... you're right :'(

I give up.

Julian. Edit your listing, put your location up (not address, we don't want anybody to steal the jigsaw)  so Matthew doesn't have to deal with anybody complaining. Or go out to the garage and use the jigsaw a little more and decide you want to keep it after all...


**edit** but his location is disclosed in his forum profile, so he's off the hook...
« Last Edit: October 28, 2007, 11:56 PM by Eli »
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