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HF 12 ton press

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I have a used once HF 12 ton press for sale. I bought it to straighten some tractor parts and it did that very well. Fast forward and I needed to replace Toyota Tundra axle bearings and it was not tall enough. So I bought a 20 ton, even though I didn't need the extra pressure, just the added height for the axles.***
This is not the bench top model, it stands on it's own, sku 33497 or 60604. I have all of the press plates and whatever else came with it. Give me a Benjamin ($100) and I will at least buy Scott his next grilled cheese sandwich!!! He can be a cheap date.
I tried to take a picture but it is dark and I can't get the flash to work. I will take one tomorrow after the sun is up.
Local pickup only, I am 10 miles north of Montgomery Tx on FM 149.
***If you need help with Toyota Tundra, Tacoma or 4Runner rear axle bearings, I have all of the press tools. The first gen Tundras used the same bearings as the Tacomas so failure was a common event. Mine went south at just over 100k on my 05 Tundra.
 
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Here it is.
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So much want, not enough need.

It will sell

Bump for seller šŸ‘
 

_RG_

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This is one of those tools I didn't think I needed until I had one. Indispensable part of the shop. Well worth the space.
 
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Hmmm should have looked yesterday as I drove within 20 minutes of Montgomery dont really need it at the moment but if its
still around next time i am through I may be so inclined
 
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Announcing a deal that can't be beat...As I purchased the 20 ton, I don't need this one. It works perfectly and is well behaved. I learned years ago, don't give away a dog, always get something for it. And I really did mean a Dog as in Bow Wow. Give me $40 for a bag of dog food and I will help you load it up. My dogs will thank you. In keeping with the dog theme, I would like it to go to a good home!
 
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I've got one and it's a great piece - you'll love it. I bought mine because it was cheaper to buy it versus having a shop remove/replace some bushings. It's small enough to sit in the corner when not using it and not be in the way.
 
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TexRanger picked it up Sunday AM. As with all TWTX folks, excellent fellow and we had a nice time talking about M/C and woods riding. His son came along and was a very nice young man.
The press is a very handy tool, I only bought a larger one for the height needed to press Toyota axle bearings. I bought the one I sold to straighten a Kubota tie rod which is still bent to this day.
 
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Glad he got it, I dont have an immediate need for it but would have picked it up next time in the area because it was a good deal.
 
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