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indexit

Hi,

I listed a MedX Avenger LP if anyone is interested.

I am selling one white framed, black pad, California version of a MedX Avenger Leg Press. MedX built some Avenger Leg Press units with the side weight horn removed from the lever. This was done so the machine could be placed next to a wall to save floor space. Machine has been in climate controlled storage for two to three years and was previously in a one on one exercise studio.

thanks,

jeff
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bobj

Where are you located and how many $$$'s?

Thanks
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indexit

bobj wrote:
Where are you located and how many $$$'s?

Thanks


Hi,

The machine is located just outside of Milwaukee. I started the bidding at 3,000$ with no reserve and a 4,000$ buy now. I only deal with Dave for moving of equipment now, everything else always turns out to be a cluster.

jeff

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Bill Sekerak

California, USA

My MedX in my home gym was delivered by a couple of guys who worked for MedX. They didn't look very big , in fact they had medium builds. They used plywood platforms with coaster wheels on the bottom. One guy tilted a machine and the other guy slid the " coaster " under the machine, with some machines they used two. They unloaded 8 machines in about 20 minutes total. They didn't even work up a sweat. They used a truck with a " Tommy " lift. MedX charged $500.00 per machine from Fla. to Ca. No fuss but expensive. At g
That time I didn't give a shit about cost.
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Bill Sekerak wrote:
My MedX in my home gym was delivered by a couple of guys who worked for MedX. They didn't look very big , in fact they had medium builds. They used plywood platforms with coaster wheels on the bottom. One guy tilted a machine and the other guy slid the " coaster " under the machine, with some machines they used two. They unloaded 8 machines in about 20 minutes total. They didn't even work up a sweat. They used a truck with a " Tommy " lift. MedX charged $500.00 per machine from Fla. to Ca. No fuss but expensive. At g
That time I didn't give a shit about cost.


Bill,

MedX no longer has a truck or a driver.... They now use Dave or a few other people.

Sometimes I use Ray who is a former MedX driver to do work or moves for me.

The issue is when you sell a machine and the buyer shows up and has no idea what they are doing and you wind up spending a day of your life helping. Goalder is a lot easier...

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