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What is a fair price for a used KA75?

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If you can use one, they are worth GOLD.

 

I have had one for a long time, Grant made them for a simple hammer. They are a single blow hammer, for multiple blows you tap your toe on the gas pedal. Lots of control.

 

Neil

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Greetings 78,

 

The only answer is PRICELESS...  Love mine ...  They are named KA for a reason....

 

Forge on and make beautiful things

Jim

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How much is my '92 Chevy PU worth?(priceless as I use it and it still does what I need it to do) - like the KA hammer - depends on condition and how much it's been used or abused. Pretty vague for a question, but somewhere between $100 and priceless. Gets down to how much you need it and what your willing to pay for it, and can you use it.

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Greetings 78,

 

The only answer is PRICELESS...  Love mine ...  They are named KA for a reason....

 

Forge on and make beautiful things

Jim

OK, I'll bite. Forgive my ignorance, but what is the reason??

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Greetings Dodge,,

 

Kick A-- .  Bob named it that and has a kicking mule on his advertising.   As I said I love mine and its a THUMPER..  

 

Forge on and make beautiful things

Jim

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78sharpshooter was kind enough to pass the sellers info along to me. I am the proud new owner of this machine. I had been talking about a KA75 for the past few weeks quite enthusiastically; as it might work perfect for what I need it for. I wasn't really willing to pay new prices, so was about to start the hunt for a used one, and this one pops up. The universe provides. :)

 

 

Talked with the owner this AM-real nice fellow to talk iron with. We're figuring out shipping/pickup now. 

 

Thanks again 78SS!!

 

Aaron

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Greetings Aaron,

 

 

Congrats..  It will serve you well..  I have had mine for a long time and would not be without one..   Now you have a striker for your fine hammers..

You might want to call Bob ... As I recall he has a new foot valve which improves control...

 

Forge on and make beautiful things

Jim

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