Went to pick up a 5" grinding disk yesterday and picked up one of these at for less than Cyber World price. In fact, all I said was I was thinking of buying one for home use when talking to the owner. He said, oh really, how bout buyin it from me at internet prices?. I said if you can match or beat the price why not, so he did. Didn't even have to pay sales tax. Tim said Miller had a special promontion going to help dealers be competitive with internet companies. Tim also said the price was going up $70 bucks on Friday. So, next thing I knew I was walking out the door with a new toy and $3036 poorer! Not a cheap machine, now all I gotta do is figure out what to do with it.
Anyone got any ideas for a cart for this machine? Think that will be my first project. That is if I can make it work.
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Thread: Dynasty 200DX purchase
08-10-2006, 02:20 PM #1Member
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- Aug 2006
- Sacramento Ca, and Drain Oregon
Dynasty 200DX purchase