shearing gear

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shearing gear

Post by Garvie92 » 04 Apr 2011, 19:02

hey, what is a decent price to pay for well used second hand electric shearing gear. its longhorn, will have hand piece and possible combs and cutters as well
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Re: shearing gear

Post by milkmaid » 06 Apr 2011, 08:47

nonie says sorry she and deb haaven't answered i'd look on ebay and it depends weather you are buying or selling ,and the longhorn tend to be a bit heavey nonie says on her wrists she tends to go for something a bit lighter
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Re: shearing gear

Post by Garvie92 » 07 Apr 2011, 20:59

i know folk that might b selling i never found them that heavy thought they were really good but that just me :) thanks for the help though :)
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