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It's a Beaudry motor driven hammer with  integral clutch. The motor driven hammers are pretty rare and worth rebuilding if you get a hold of one.

Great hammers. Looks like the twin brother to  my #7 [200 lb]  

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What Would be a reasonable price for one of these?

im stuck at work and guy wants to know what I’m willing to cough up  With just a picture to judge it with  

any ideas??

thanks 

 

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I've personally seen them listed from $2K-$10K in the 200lb-300lb range depending on condition and location/situation.

The #8 I bought (250lb) was close to my location, the seller stored it for a year for me and he had the equipment to load it for me so I didn't have to hire a rigger or rent a fork lift to load it at his location. I paid $6K.

 

 

 

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I said no to a running 300# Beaudry about 7 years ago for $4k.  I didn't have space or work for it then, and I've been kicking myself for not going for it ever since.  If you don't want that one let me know.

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 I paid $5,000  for a #7 hammer 10 or 12 years ago , another $2,000 to ship it all the way across the country and unload it , and another $5,000 to get it set up on a proper foundation, new dies, rollers, single phase  motor , jack shaft and belts , magnetic switch etc.

 Well worth it if you have a need for a hammer that size and  the ability to handle lots of heavy stuff safely.

PM me if you get it and I'll send you a copy of the factory literature.

 

 

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