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  • stammbo
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    I will check it out when I get back into town and get more detailed pictures. Thanks for pointing that out.

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  • Dutchman
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    It's about two thirds of the way up. I think, but I'm going to double check, the Everlast version the worm was full length, https://speedbagforum.com/forums/for...-on-ebay/page2

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  • ventanakaz
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    Dutchman I thought the worm drive went from bottom all the way to the top on these platforms, Not just half way ???

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  • ventanakaz
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    I'm probably wrong, but is that a crack in the structure ? I zoomed in and took a screen shot ? (Edit) I sent you a PM also.
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  • stammbo
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    I’m in Milwaukee.

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  • dad
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    Nice, I'd love to buy it but Iam sure you could get more for it than I have to spend. Thank for posting the pictures. By the way stammbo where are you located?

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  • stammbo
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    Ok guys, sorry it took so long to get my pictures. Here’s what I’ve got. Haven’t touched it yet.

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  • dad
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    First welcome to the "Forum" and enjoy the great family. Please make sure you are just cleaning and cleaning carefully. If you are going to sell it remember the "VALUE" lies in it's original state an many buyers may prefer to pay more as "YOU" have found it and clean it themselves. Lastly, you are in one of the best trustworthy site to sell it on.

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  • stammbo
    started a topic Narragansett speed bag platform

    Narragansett speed bag platform

    Hi all, I have recently acquired a speed bag platform made by the Narragansett Machine Company. This one seems to be an older one, probably late 1890 or very early 1900. It’s all original and works like new. Currently in the process of just cleaning it up to sell, and will post pictures. Are there any recommendations on trustworthy sites to list it? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Steve
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