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  1. #1
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    Default 8"x8"x7' I Beam For Sale Or Trade

    8"x8"x7' I Beam For Sale Or Trade
    Let Me Know What You Have To Trade
    Or What You Want To Pay
    Brand New Beam
    RIDGEFIELD PARK NEW JERSEY
    Last edited by MYBOYDAVE; 10-27-2007 at 08:08 PM.

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    Where are you and the beam located?
    Mike
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    mdwelding@sbcglobal.net

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    Default 8"x8"x7' I Beam For Sale Or Trade

    I take it this is "W" or wide flange beam, do you know what the lbs/ft is? If not can I can get the thickness of the flange and the web?
    Thanks

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    Default 8"x8"x7' I Beam For Sale Or Trade

    I also see you up near NYC do you have a good way to ship to S. Jersey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie View Post
    7 FT WHATS IT ANY GOOD FOR..GARBAGE,GIVE IT AWAY...
    If you had to buy it you wouldn't consider it garbage. Fwiw I bought a 12' 8" 24 lb. per ft beam and it was $135 . A new 20ft 8" 24 lb per ft was $270.
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    Short lengths of I-Beam such as this are great for making heavy duty horses.

    Weld a couple lengths of channel on and use angle iron for the base and you're good to go.

    I have a couple that I use all the time for mounting a vice, a tubing roller, a pipe bender, etc. One is the same height as my welding table, which works great for larger pieces.

    Not useless, but reallly doesn't have much "commercial" value. I get my beams out of my buddy's scrap dumpster (runs a large fab shop).
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    I have a piece like that with a vise on one end and a notcher on the other. Also if someone was looking to build a log splitter or a small gantry that would be perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisa7164 View Post
    I have a piece like that with a vise on one end and a notcher on the other. Also if someone was looking to build a log splitter or a small gantry that would be perfect.
    Funny you should say that - just started looking last week for some to build a gantry to pull a cab and pickup box off of a frame. Too bad it's half a country away.....

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    Nominal 8" flange width could be 31-67 lbs per ft.

    W8x31
    W8x35
    W8x40
    W8x48
    W8x58
    W8x67

    Not very specific, is it?

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    I hevent seen a solid price tag yet.

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