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    FS Festool SYS-PORT 1000/2

    I have 4 SYS-Ports for sale in excellent condition. I am located just South of Boston and will sell them for $500.00 each.
    I would rather not ship them if at all possible, but would consider it if the buyer would pay for the boxing and shipping costs.
    If you are interested you can message me directly.
    This picture only shows 3 of them but i've decided to sell 4 of them.
    Thanks!Click image for larger version. 

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    I have obviously overpriced these, I am lowering them to $300.00 each which I think is fair considering if you buy the SYS-AZ-Set of pull out drawers they will cost you $255.00 and you will have to build your own boxes for them.
    Local purchase would be preferred. I would consider shipping them for the cost of boxing and shipping.

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    Hey Tom - ended up joining the forum and figuring out how to post here to see if your sys-ports are still available? That said, I may not be the most practical buyer as I would need to go the shipping route, but if youd be interested in working through that with me, Im definitely trying to find a few more sysports! Let me know if you still have them around?

    Thx, Craig

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    Hi Craig,
    Yes they are still available, where are you located?

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    Im located in Vancouver, BC, Canada but I often also use a receiving service/address in Point Roberts, Washington, just across the border and which likely would be cheaper for me. That address is 145 Tyee Drive, #7501, Point Roberts WA 98281, United States. Im not sure how much it would be to crate and ship there, but Id be interested in what you think?

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    Hi Craig,

    Are these made of steel or plastic? I can't tell from the photos.
    Bumbling forward into the unknown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Holcombe View Post
    Hi Craig,

    Are these made of steel or plastic? I can't tell from the photos.
    According to Mother Google, they are metal.
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    The most expensive tool is the one you buy "cheaply" and often...

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    I never drank the green kool-aid, but I have zero quibbles with those who buy the products - I can envision a scenario where I would join up.

    And yet - I was unaware of this product offering until I read this post, and I am forced to ask:

    You mean they make Systainers to hold Systainers?
    When I started woodworking, I didn't know squat. I have progressed in 30 years - now I do know squat.

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    They are made of metal.

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    Yeah - theyre made of metal. I have a few of them and like how they organize my tools.

    Anyways, Tom, sent you a couple of private messages to try to organize, but didnt hear back? Could you let me know either way if you would be interested in selling them?


    Thanks, Craig

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    Hi Craig,
    Sorry for the late reply, Ive been away for a few days.
    I have never shipped anything that far, but I can look into it.
    Do you have any suggestions for shipping or packaging companies?
    Thanks, Tom

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