Oneway 2436 lathe + extension + outboard + extras $5900 Texas

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  1. Glynn Cox

    Glynn Cox

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    For sale is a Oneway 2436 2 HP lathe in great clean little used condition with a 17" bed extension and 20" outboard turning accessory. All standard accessories provided with the lathe such as face plate, live and drive centers are included.
    Also included are the following additional items:
    Remote start/stop switch
    33mm to 1-1/4x8 spindle adapter
    Stronghold chuck with #2 and #3 jaws
    Jacobs chuck with MT3 mandrel
    6” tool rest
    6” face plate (1 extra, one comes with the basic lathe)
    4” face plate (2)

    The lathe is a 1998 vintage but is essentially the same as current production. New list price for the lathe and all accessories is $8453. My price of $6200 $5900 is a savings of over $2250 $2550 off list and I have never seen Oneway discount their products.
    The lathe is located in Keller, Texas just north of Fort Worth. This will have to be pickup only (unless you can provide other means) as I can not ship this 1000 pounds of iron. The sale is for all of the listed items as I will not break up the package.
    Please contact me, Glynn Cox, at thumb9@verizon.net for any other information or additional photos.
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  2. Tom Albrecht

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    Why are you selling it?
     
  3. Glynn Cox

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    Tom,
    I recently bought this lathe from an acquaintance who is moving, has not used the lathe for a couple of years and no longer turns. Since it is in such good condition I seriously considered keeping it as my primary lathe, but it is just too large for the type of turnings I do. I was even told I was crazy to sell it but I have my Powermatic 3520B setup just like I want with some personal modifications, so I will continue with it.
    Also, after posting I noticed an error in the post heading. It is a model 2436 not 2432. I have not been able to figure out how to edit it.
     
  4. Bill Boehme

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    Fixed!
     
  5. Glynn Cox

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    I am reducing the price to $5900. Hope that helps someone.
    Glynn
     
  6. John Torchick

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    Glynn, that is a real bargain! Can't afford it or have the room for it but good luck in selling it.
     
  7. Bill Boehme

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    I updated title and the original post.
     
  8. Doug Brinks

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    What is the total length?
     
  9. Glynn Cox

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    Doug, the basic lathe is 60". With the bed extension it is 79" and with the bed extension and outboard turning unit it is 102".
     
  10. Doug Brinks

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    Thanks, too big for my garage.
     
  11. Chuck Lobaito

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    I wish I lived closer.
     
  12. Glynn Cox

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    Chuck,
    There are ways... fly down, rent a truck.. I would put you up for the night. Or you could make a vacation of it to the Lone Star State.
    Glynn
     
  13. Mike Johnson

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    UShip website is another option, independent freight haulers bid to haul your load from the material
    location to your home or business. You can get pretty good deals and know what the cost is
    prior to shipping.
     
  14. Bill Boehme

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    I read reviews for UShip online and they didn't look so good.. Most of the reviewers gave them one star.
     
  15. Glynn Cox

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    It sold today!!!
    Thank all of you for looking and giving me feedback.
    Glynn Cox
     
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