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    Quote Originally Posted by aph View Post
    I am confused .... don't you spill oil all over the place that way?
    There's not much oil in them. It's not like an engine.



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    Dang Mark, all those loaded trailers and no truck to pull them!

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    Hi Joe,
    me again, still trying to get into the sealed unit breakdown game.
    Got a 2nd location finally and figured I can do it there, back of some old ass warehouse. No public traffic, nobody to bug me.
    Question: What kind of plasma cutter do you suggest?
    I am sure I won;t do anywhere near 200 units a month for a while, so what is a good solid starter unit to get it going?
    Thanks in advance.
    Martin
    Time is Money - Crunch the Numbers - It's a Numbers Game!


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