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OK I know Ebay has it's fair share of scams but if you purchase from reputable people I have found that great deals can be had. My Brand New Dial Bore Gauge came UPS today I ordered it 5 days ago. This is the same one on Summit.com and Competition Products that sells in the range of $120.00 to $145.00 I found it on Ebay NIB for $40.00 with shipping and he had 8 of them. I couldn't believe it this is the same one packaged as the Proform tools and even the Summit brand. What a Steal. Has any one else had similar experiences
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Old 03-14-2008, 06:53 PM
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Recently (in the last 6 months..) I won an Ebay auctioned 3 pc Snap-on ratchet set for $38. In the past, I scored my air compressor ( 6.5 hp 60 gallon single stage) for $315. But my dad made out the best once at a farm sale. He picked up a box of miscellaneous "junk" for a buck. In the bottom was an old 3/4" Snap-on breaker bar. I'm hoping to inherit it....


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I'm a ebay junkie, I mostly sell items i buy at farm auction....But i bought a esob plasma cutter. New, in box, can't remember exact model, but the dealer in town wanted around 2 grand this cutter... I got it for $290... It was a very scary deal , as the seller was in the ARMY and had 1 feedback. but it worked out great. I've had it for 2 years now... Also he contacted me about a year after i bought it and wanted to know if i wanted to buy another one. I didn't have the money at the time, and everything was looking kinda shaky, if ya know what i mean......
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ayup electronics are about 1/2 price on Ebay, I have my "home network" connected thru 3 houses WIRELESSLY and all components were bought on ebay.
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I have always been ify when buying things online, I've been jacked twice(once with some headlights that never came once more with a soundcard <--Wrong part)but other that that I have had great luck lately. Some of my favorite sites are Ebay .com Newegg.com and Amazon.com Newegg has great electronics deals and I think Amazon sells everything What are some of the sites you guys have found some steals at?
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