4" Keene dredge with T-80 air for sale
Last Post 06 Nov 2017 01:00 PM by RANDY LAWSON. 3 Replies.
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TOM BOGDANUser is Offline
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23 Jun 2017 09:12 PM
    Up for sale is my 4" Keene suction dredge. I purchased several new items for the dredge and was able to use it twice before the ban in California. It has a T-80 air pump that has only about 4-5 hours of use on it since new. Also included is the air line, chest harness, spare air tank, and regulator with one trip on them since new (all purchased from Keene engineering). The dredge is powered by a 6.5 hp Honda gas engine. It comes with 20 feet of brand new, never used 4" suction hose purchased from Keene engineering. The suction foot valve has one use on it, and has always been stored the proper way (vertically) to save the seal. It comes with a Keene 4" swivel nozzle used one trip. Spare air pump belts are included. The dredge is ready to go and needs nothing but a new owner with a place to use it. if anyone is interested out of state, I could get a quote for a shipping company to deliver it. I'm located in California (near the Ontario international airport).
    Asking $1200.
    Call or text for pictures as I can't figure out how to attach any here.
    (951)768-1655

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    24 Jun 2017 08:09 PM
    I have attempted to download a photo of the dredge. Look in the my photos section of my member section.
    Also, for those wondering about shipping.....
    I measured out, and weighed out the dredge today. I will be able to ship it on a pallet / wooden crate with dimensions of 48"wide, 88" long, 42" high. The total weight of the package (dredge with pallet and wooden crate) would be approximately 400 lbs.
    You can get your own estimates from shipping companies. Many of them (like Yellow Freight) offer online quotes. I have used yellow freight many times before and they are good. My shipping zip code would be 92860. You can say that my location is a business with a forklift / loading dock to save money (about $200) as I will be shipping from a friend's business. If you allow the freight company to drop off the pallet to a local freight terminal and pick it up from there yourself, you will save about $200 more on your end, unless you have it shipped to a business with a loading dock / forklift.
    I just made a quote to ship it to Georgia and it was about $451.............
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    30 Jun 2017 07:49 PM
    Tom, I'M interested in it. Where in CA do you live? I'm in Los Angeles.
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    06 Nov 2017 01:00 PM
    Interested.
    765-346-3651
    Thanks,
    Randy


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