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Trading Machines
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Post# 675631   4/26/2013 at 13:10 (4,004 days old) by mickeyd (Hamburg NY)        

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For along time, I've had this idea rattling around, and today is the right time and place to bring it up. Thank You, Robert.

Many members know each other well enough to trust ourselves to care for and respect our prized possessions. Sometimes we hit a saturation point with a machine, and we move on to another one, only to go back, at some point to the first love. Some of us use a group of machines seasonally and rotate them; other times, we abandon a great machine for even a year.

So would it be possible for us to trade a machine for a season, a year, whatever. How we would do this is another matter, but for now, is there anyone who would like to do this at some point in the future?

Post# 675632 , Reply# 1   4/26/2013 at 13:18 (4,004 days old) by Unimatic1140 (Minneapolis)        

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Good idea Mike, gansky1, combo52, jetcone and I have done a bit of this for years.

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