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K & E Spline Weights

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by DrTom, May 30, 2008.

  1. DrTom
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    DrTom New Member

    Recently I ran across a half bushel of these spline weights: eleven of them to be precise. While researching what the heck these things are used for I found this group and figured I'd like to see these wind up with someone who could make good use of them. They are all in green boxes marked "K&E 57 2870 Spline Weight LEAD...in small letters "old 1936". In any case, they are in good shape and don't appear to have been used, except for one,which has the green felt on the bottom slightly skewed. I saw that new ones are going for approx. $28.50 each. I'd like to get $20 each plus shipping (from Upstate New York). They're heavy (as I'm sure you're aware) so the closer the better. Drop me an email if you're interested. Thanks.
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