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Dewalt DW735X 13" Two-Speed Planer w/ Tables & Knives EXPIRED

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Factory Authorized Outlet via eBay has Dewalt DW735X 13" Two-Speed Planer w/ Tables & Knives on sale for $449.99. Shipping is free. Thanks dealman748985994

Includes:
  • Heavy-Duty 13" Three Knife, Two Speed Thickness Planer (DW735)
  • Extra set of Reversible Planer Knives (DW7352)
  • Folding In Feed and Out Feed Tables (DW7351)
  • Owner’s Manual
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$449 with free shipping. Looks to be a decent deal.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/201729267559
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Their knives suck, their rollers suck, but the market has nothing better to offer. I like my Makita better, but I haven't used it as much as the Dewalts (735 and 734) to say if it's better long-term. I'm constantly disappointed by the 735 (and more-so by the 734).

Edit: I personally own the Makita, and the company Dewalt 735 is in my truck.
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I have this planer and run hundreds of board feet through it regularly no planer can compete with the finish quality period... This is a great price!! Larger planers will do more BF faster but not as smooth.
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Got one. Helluva deal.

Thanks.

Have a few ideas with the wood I have in my inventory. First one is a mantle for my Mom for Christmas.
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One heck of a deal. If you plane a lot, eventually replace it with the Shelix cutter. So much better and runs quieter. It's worth it and install is pretty straight forward. The shavings are smaller and of course with the internal blower there are barely any sawdust (as long as you're not trying to shave off a ton at once).
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Nice. I have like $400 in eBay bucks, but that's spread across 2 accounts. Anyone have any clever ideas to use them to buy this?
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Better than Makita?
I used one of these at my last job. By far the best I have used other than thousand dollar professional ones. I have a Porter cable one and it's OK. I would jump on this if I didn't have one that does OK. And need a lot more tools.
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I got an 8% ebay bucks offer earlier today which brings in $36 in ebay bucks! Check your email!

I have been wanting this or the Makita for a long time. Until now I'd been planing smaller boards using my router, but this deal was too good to pass up, especially with the extra blade set and tables.

Gonna cancel my lowe's order for router bits now!

Thanks and repped!
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Wow that is a GREAT deal! If I wasnt saving for a Hammer A3-31 jointer/planer combo Id just go with one of these! Best benchtop planer out there!
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I've had mine for over a year and love it. Planes pretty smooth to me. I'll get the shelix one of these days.
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Anybody know what the deal is with warranties on big items like this when purchased through eBay? I've always assumed companies wouldn't honor a warranty on a product bought off an auction site, even if new.
Edit: eBay listing says "+ warranty", so I guess it's supposedly valid.
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It doesn't seem to come with suction/dust collection system built in; any option to install a system like industrial one?
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I got an 8% ebay bucks offer earlier today which brings in $36 in ebay bucks! Check your email!

I have been wanting this or the Makita for a long time. Until now I'd been planing smaller boards using my router, but this deal was too good to pass up, especially with the extra blade set and tables.

Gonna cancel my lowe's order for router bits now!

Thanks and repped!
had a 6% ebay bucks on another account .. bit the bullet!
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I got an 8% ebay bucks offer earlier today which brings in $36 in ebay bucks! Check your email!

I have been wanting this or the Makita for a long time. Until now I'd been planing smaller boards using my router, but this deal was too good to pass up, especially with the extra blade set and tables.

Gonna cancel my lowe's order for router bits now!

Thanks and repped!
how do you plane using router bits? which bits you use - just curious?
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Nice. I have like $400 in eBay bucks, but that's spread across 2 accounts. Anyone have any clever ideas to use them to buy this?
buy planers from both accounts separately - sell one to recover your funds
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how do you plane using router bits? which bits you use - just curious?
You build a router sled like this:

http://www.instructables.com/id/P...-that-you/

You can also buy a metal sled for about $200.

You can use straight bits or bottom cleaning bits to do the routing. It's a slow process, but it gets the job done.
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