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Coco Conocido
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Ammco Brake Lathe. Works great. Comes with tooling/adapters, etc. Also includes the yellow top rolling bench it is mounted to, and a metal pegboard to hold the adapters.
I have more pictures if you are interested in buying it, but they don't have my name tag in them so I won't post them here.

Located in The Woodlands, TX area.

$2̶5̶0̶0̶ $2200 obo.



 

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Coco Conocido
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Price lowered. Need this out of my garage. Turn your own rotors and drums or open your own brake shop and make extra money!
 

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Coco Conocido
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Bump....mostly to push blackgto's channel locks out of the top spot. lol.
 

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Bump....mostly to push blackgto's channel locks out of the top spot. lol.
I want to bump mine so bad but I'll let you have the top spot for a few days.

This really would be a kick ass piece of equipment to have in the garage.
Glws.
 

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Wish you were closer
 

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It's simple physics
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No need for it anymore? What year is it?

LR
 

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I don't know what year it is. I could look for the serial number if that would help. It was used in one of the maintenance shops of the company I work for. A few years back they decided to buy replacement drums and rotors rather than resurface old ones.
 

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No, no need to look Ed. Was just curious. One of those things I'd like to have but can't justify.

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