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    Default is this a good deal?

    from pdx craigslist.
    Selling a 50 shelve 49"X68" metal drying rack that is used for screen printing. Rack is in great shape. Asking $500. Delivery available if within reasonable distance.
    is this a good find? can you fit one of these things in your average basement without knocking out a wall?

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    Thats pretty average price. Thats what I sell my dry racks for.

    However, you can find them way cheaper.

    You can fit them pretty much anywhere. Depends if you want to dismantle the thing and put it back together or not. Done it before, its easy, just a pain.

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    disassembling and rebuilding them is not difficult, but it is time consuming.
    most of the time we never fish!

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    yeah, I have been waiting for over a year for a "perfect" (cheap and in a reasonable distance) drying rack. I look at least once or twice a week on ebay and craigslist.

    I am getting sick of looking and may just pony up for something not so cheap.
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    yeah. i dont really NEED one. clothespins and the floor are working fine for now. jsut always keeping my eyes open. Jay I saw your old setup in a youtube video. looks compact. Id like the same thing. drying rack would help things for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erik ok View Post
    yeah. i dont really NEED one. clothespins and the floor are working fine for now. jsut always keeping my eyes open. Jay I saw your old setup in a youtube video. looks compact. Id like the same thing. drying rack would help things for sure.
    yup thats about where i'm at.
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    Hi,

    Just noticed this thread..I have a website I made for Screen printing supplies and equipment you can buy on eBay.

    Right now there is a::::NAZ-DAR SILK SCREEN PRINTING DRYING RACK 50LEVEL 56"x57
    They also have a metal Shelf Size - 10 x 18", 100 Shelves (50 Each Side) for $150.00

    If Interested just type in "Drying Rack" without the quotes in the search box ,,,right now it's on page 2

    I'm a retired Screen printer and I built the site to supplement my Income..Didn't save my money while I was screen printing for 40 years :>)

    Rick
    email ... rick@screenprintingsales.com
    Last edited by rickmiles; 11-21-2007 at 10:33 PM.

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    I have 2 and I might have to part with one. Lil Tuffy is first on the list if he still needs one.

    -loco

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    new they are 1500-2000 for that size.

    they disassemble/reassemble ok and would go through a door etc. time, but is it quicker to take out a wall? - i don't know. taking the wall out is quick, putting it back is what takes time.
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    That's a huge rack, almost 2 racks at that size. I'd take it.

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