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Hoover wheel away washer model 0510/0512
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Post# 45801   9/26/2004 at 16:27 (7,138 days old) by Weldshop ()        

I am ready to sell this above mentioned model, it is in excellent shape, hardly used, owners manual included. Would anyone like to buy this appliance?

Post# 45818 , Reply# 1   9/26/2004 at 17:34 (7,138 days old) by westytoploader ()        

Do you have a picture of this washer?

Email me at


Post# 45844 , Reply# 2   9/26/2004 at 22:04 (7,138 days old) by CleanteamofNY ((Monroe, New York)        

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Are you willing top ship via UPS or USPS?

Post# 46187 , Reply# 3   10/2/2004 at 14:16 (7,132 days old) by mrb627 (Buford, GA)        
You mean this?

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Post# 46189 , Reply# 4   10/2/2004 at 15:04 (7,132 days old) by Launderess (Quiet Please, There´s a Lady on Stage)        

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I'm interested also, if owner will ship


Post# 46192 , Reply# 5   10/2/2004 at 15:35 (7,132 days old) by westytoploader ()        

Damn, no shipping allowed. I had my Maytag TT (same size) shipped by UPS for $110, and a long-ago Hoover TT auction in Colorado would ship it by UPS for $50, but this guy won't budge. Too bad; I would definitely bid.

This machine looks to be in good shape and appears to be a later model, although it does drip from the spin side, and Greg N said that spin pumps were troublesome (quite literally the Achille's heel of Hoover TTs...)

At this price I would definitely buy it (looks great) if it was closer.


Post# 46197 , Reply# 6   10/2/2004 at 18:07 (7,132 days old) by Launderess (Quiet Please, There´s a Lady on Stage)        

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As long as it's under 200lbs (or is it 100lbs?) UPS will ship most things and they are a reasonable choice. Problem, and I think I can speak for many eBay sellers is who is going to crate/pack the item.

Packing a major appliance so it survives a UPS journey is going to require more than the second hand/USPS Priority Mail boxes most seller use. Suspect this is why many sellers won't bother. Of course they could take it to a MailBoxes Etc, or UPS store, and they will do the packing and shipping, but most sellers dont' want even that much trouble.

Suppose if it were one's dream machine(s), one could travel to the seller's location (fly,drive,train), pick up the unit in a rented U-Haul and ship it back home themselves. That however is allot of work.

Still am interested to see what the original poster has to offer.


Post# 46222 , Reply# 7   10/3/2004 at 04:26 (7,132 days old) by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, Friesland, the Netherlands)        

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Some members here had good experience with Craters and Freighters.

CLICK HERE TO GO TO foraloysius's LINK

Post# 46290 , Reply# 8   10/4/2004 at 17:38 (7,130 days old) by Launderess (Quiet Please, There´s a Lady on Stage)        

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C&F is great, just they charge an arm and leg!

Can understand why so many would be buyers think good and hard about bidding on far away appliances. C&F wanted to charge me $250 to move a washer 2 states.


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