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Avery C-Frame Dimpler for sale - never used

Flybipe

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I have a C-Frame dimpler from Avery for sale, never used, came with tool kit but I already had a dimpling tool. New from Avery is $219 plus shipping, will sell for $150 shipped in the continental United States - will end up saving you about $100 off of new. Cash, check or paypal. Good for dimpling your sheet metal fuse skins for countersunk sheet metal screws!
 

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Sold pending funds!



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Ok, got another one, this time Cleveland. Forgot I had this one too so here it is:

Cleveland C-Frame dimpler. This came with a tool kit I once bought, but I use a different dimpler on my projects. I think I might have dimpled one skin with this just to try it out but that's it! Shipped in Continental US for $150, new these are running $205+shipping.
 

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What I had cut and pasted from Cleveland's web sight seems to have vanished in to the the cloud. What I am concerned about is the long tool (extension) that goes down from the top and the adapter for dies in the base. My cell is 815-238-4005 if this gets to confusing.

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