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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Baldor 18 frame radial extractor, motorized

    mike what ever one you buy will be the one you'll love and enjoy.
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  2. #22
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    Default Re: Baldor 18 frame radial extractor, motorized

    Let's see who is stirring what?

    honeydreams first post before maxant post anything:

    Quote Originally Posted by honeydreams View Post
    does the same job as a Maxant at half the price.
    Note: Maxant hadn't even posted yet so why was he brought into this post?

    Then Maxant posts:

    Quote Originally Posted by MAXANT View Post
    I am pretty certain he is referring to the imported model that most bee supply companies sell. They use the Baldor motors. SAF, LEGA, and a few others.
    Nothing controversial here, Maxant only giving the information requested, but oh no, honeydream has to stir the pot again with his next post:

    Quote Originally Posted by honeydreams View Post
    Thats a SAF very good extractor hundreds less then a maxant and does the same job and will also last a life time.
    Once again honeydreams stirs the pot for no apparent reason.

    Quote Originally Posted by honeydreams View Post
    Drur? did you leave off the ST from the front of your name. Because it seams to me that you love to stir the pot.
    You see honeydreams, it wasn't me stirring the Pot it was you. And then you have the audacity to state:

    Quote Originally Posted by honeydreams View Post
    no were did any of Maxant or Pumkin say any thing that could be in least be contraversal.
    Well, how about this honey dreams:

    Quote Originally Posted by giant pumpkin peep View Post
    Maxant ...So when someone asks about a different brand of exractor don't go trashing it just because your product it better.
    Now, this might not be controversial to You, but it sure is to me, and is definitely making an accusation against Maxant when pumpkin states 'don't go trashing it'

    Danny
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  3. #23
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    Default Re: Baldor 18 frame radial extractor, motorized

    Quote Originally Posted by giant pumpkin peep View Post
    I didnt mean to get everyones panties in a bunch.
    Then exactly what is it the your original post added to the original question asked?

    Quote Originally Posted by giant pumpkin peep View Post
    My point was everytime someone asks about a extractor maxant comes along and compares it to their product,
    No, he was compelled to make a response about his extractor in defense of the comments that honeydream made implying that the imported product was cheaper and just as good.
    "I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country." Nathan Hale, 1776

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    Default Re: Baldor 18 frame radial extractor, motorized

    Quote Originally Posted by beemandan View Post
    I looked the other day and it appears as though the tailgater board was gone......doesn't leave much of anywhere to vent, does it?
    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?t=234689

    Wrong again!
    "I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country." Nathan Hale, 1776

  5. #25

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRUR View Post
    Wrong again!
    And finally...after so many disagreements ...pages upon pages of written barbs passing between us...at long last and ...for the first time, Danny...you were right!!!!
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  6. #26
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    Default Re: Baldor 18 frame radial extractor, motorized

    Pretty much a shame that everyone can sit here and argue back and forth **WAYYY ** when all MikeS was wanting was alittle feed back on extractor equipment! If thats not disrespectful then i dont know what is!!!

  7. #27

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    'MikeS was wanting was alittle feed back on extractor equipment! If thats not disrespectful then i dont know what is!'
    You don't think that Mike S got the feedback he was looking for?
    And don't you think your comment is off topic and disrespectful as well?
    Dan www.boogerhillbee.com
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  8. #28
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    Default Re: Baldor 18 frame radial extractor, motorized

    Ay yi yi! How do you edit this thread at this point? Don't have the time to do it now so I'm closing it.
    Regards, Barry

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