Long time no hear! I
know it’s been a long time……we have had a busy Surplus season, trying to get
caught up on things happening around here; things that are very “behind the
scenes”. One of our biggest challenges has been to get property that wouldn’t
break the bank in shipping costs. Even with shipping being hideously expensive
and inflation going through the roof, we have still managed to bring in a large
amount of property. By screening locations that are relatively close to us, we
have still been able to locate some very desirable items.
Lately, we have been
sourcing a HUGE amount of power tools and equipment, so take a look at all the
items below, and let us know if you have any questions!
PS- Sorry this is so
dang long….like I said, it’s been a while.
We have struck the
mother lode of power tools lately. Below are the Oregon Number’s, a brief
description of what they are, with additional notes in parenthesis if you’d
like more information. Also, if you click on the Oregon Number, it will take
you to Reuse where you can see photo’s of the item, and you can read the
description again, but only if you’re okay with redundancy.
22-328-05 Porter Cable Palm Sander
model 330. 1/4 sheet. 120V. 1.2 amp. Corded with instruction booklet. Appears
unused in box. (Does anybody know how long it takes for a life line to grow
back? Somebody was wanting to know).
22-328-19 DeWalt 14.4V cordless
drill. Comes with carry case, 2 batteries and charger. (The thing that charges
batteries, NOT the car. I have to be SO specific).
22-328-12 DeWalt 1/2"
right angle drill model DW124. 120V. 11.5amp. Corded. Comes with carry case.
Appears to be unused. (We seem to be all out of left angle drills).
22-328-06 DeWalt 1/4 sheet palm
sander with dust collection bag model D26441K. 120V. 2.4A. Corded. Comes with
carry case. Appears to be in unused condition. (I think I just found my life
22-328-15 Bosch jig saw model
1587AVS. 120V. 5A. Corded. Comes with carry case. Appears to be in unused
condition. (This one puzzles me).
22-328-09 DeWalt jig saw model DW331. 120V.
6.5A. Corded. Comes with carry case. Appears to be in unused condition. (The
same thing, only different).
22-328-13 DeWalt Reciprocating Saw model
DW310. Corded. 120V. 12amp. Comes with carry case. Appears to be in unused
condition. (My feelings go back and forth with this one)
22-328-16 DeWalt Reciprocating
Saw model DW310. Corded. 120V. 12amp. Comes with carry case. Appears to be in
unused condition. (My feelings go back and forth with this one again)
22-328-02 Skil 1/2" variable
speed corded hand drill model 6330. 120V. 5amp. Appear to be unused. (Because
we’re all out of foot drills).
22-328-10 DeWalt rotary hammer
drill model D25404K. Corded. Comes with carry case, chuck and adapter. Appears
to be in unused condition. (I don’t think Chuck will fit in the carry case
22-328-22 Makita 9/16"
corded hammer drill model HP1501. 115V. 5amp. Comes with carry case. Appears to
be in unused condition. (I’m confused…... Is it a hammer, or a drill? Or a
corded hammer? Better look at this one carefully….).
22-328-08 DeWalt 18V cordless drill
model DC668. Comes with carry case, charger and 2 batteries. Used. Working
condition unknown. (We don’t know if this works. Maybe Chuck can help you
22-328-03 DeWalt 12V cordless
drill model DC727. Comes with carry case, charger and 2 batteries. Appears to
be unused. (IOW, it looks like it’s new).
22-328-24 Various sawzalls. 2
Milwaukees model 6536-21. 2 Porter Cables model 747. 1 Porter Cable model 738.
These are all corded and come with carry case. These are all used. Applied
working condition unknown. (They applied for the job, but they didn’t work
out….so they ended up here).
22-328-07 DeWalt chipping hammer
model DW551. 120V. 10.8/7.5A. Corded. Used. Works. Comes with carry case.
Applied working condition unknown. (I feel the need…..the need for safety
22-328-04 Makita disk sander
model GA7911. Takes 7" or 9" disk. 115V. 15A. Corded. Appears to be
in unused condition. (Why would you want to sand disks? I don’t get it….)
22-328-18 DeWalt 36V cordless
hammer drill model DC900KL. Comes with carry case, 2 batteries and charger.
Applied working condition unknown. (Another confused power tool. It doesn’t
come with a cord, so…..a drill that you hammer with. No, a hammer that you
drill with. I’m done.).
21-307-03P Ridgid Universal quick
open Die Head, 2.5" - 4" for 1224, PN: 26152 (Is it me, or is “Ridgid
Universal” kind of an oxymoron? Shouldn’t it be something like “Ridgid
21-307-03O Ridgid Universal quick
open Die Head, (811A) PN: 97065, 1/8" - 2"/3-50mm (We are
currently out of the “slow open’ model).
21-307-03M Ridgid heavy duty pipe
cutter, Mdl: 1-A, 32810, 1/8" - 1 1/4" / 3-32mm (Pipe not included).
21-307-03H Mathey Dearman pipe clamp, alignment
and reforming tube and pipe, 9" - 12" (I cannot tell you how little I
know about this. I could probably Google it, but anything with the word
“reforming” in the description puts me off a little).
22-263-01 Pulse Tech 490PT
advanced battery conductance analyzer. Comes with case. Replaced 9v battery and
tested on 12v battery. Appears to be in working condition. (An “advanced
battery conductance analyzer”. Sounds smarter than me, but I’m better at kick
21-307-03N Ridgid heavy duty pipe
cutter, Mdl: 3-S, 32830, 1" - 3" (You have no idea how hard it
is to spell “Ridgid” and not “Rigid”)
21-056-02 Ridgid Tool Co., Ridgid
Gear Threader, Mdl: 141/NPT - HS, 2 1/2" - 4"/62-100 MM, CAT # 36620,
(Here we go with “Ridged” again, twice in one sentence!)
22-318-01 DeWalt reciprocating
saw model DC385 18V XRP. Cordless. Comes with battery, charger and case.
Unused. (Cord sold separately).
22-318-02 DeWalt reciprocating
saw model DW 307M. Corded. Comes with case. Unused. (If you’re not careful,
you’ll turn this into a cordless tool).
22-296-01 Milwaukee plumbers 7
piece self-feed bit set in plastic carry case with handle. These appear to be
in new condition. (Self-feed, so this is kind of like giving a toddler some
Cheerios? So give this to a plumber and…..?)
22-233-01 Gray Transmission Jack.
Model MM-2000A. 2206 lbs. capacity. Appears new in box. (“Gray” is the
manufacturer, not the color. Although they are gray…I mean grey….and doesn’t
pick up anything that weighs 2207 pounds or more).
22-305-01 US Jack hydraulic
bottle jack. 10,000 lbs. cap. Comes with jack handle and instructions. These
appear to be unused in box. (So why would you want to jack up a hydraulic
bottle? I mean we’re either talking a really big bottle or serious overkill on the
21-445-01 Portable Hydraulic
Drill, Stanley Hydraulic Tools, Mdl: DL07550. Includes user's manual and chuck.
Unused. (Cordless. Because it’s hydraulic. But it comes with Chuck again!)
22-151-01 McKissick- The Crosby
Group Block & Tackle N-418 6 IN RB 5/8" & 3/4" Wire rope
size, WLL: 8.0T @ 4:1 6.4T @ 5:1, 108154 Appear to be unused. (I know that
somebody knows what all of this means, but sorry, I just don’t care).
22-314-01 OPW Automatic fuel
dispensing nozzle. Model 1290. These appear to be unused in box. (Ridiculously
priced fuel sold elsewhere).
21-399-01 Raycon Industries
Nozzle Assembly, Closed Circuit Refueling. Appears to be unused. (Same as
above, only different).
22-307-01 Levelok quick connect
ladder leveler. Model LL-STB-2QC. These appear to be unused in box. (I didn’t
know what these were, so I looked at the picture on the box. I still don’t know
what they are, so I ordered 132 of them).
22-335-01 Gorilla Ladders model
GLX-5B. Type 1A. 5'7" high. 300Lb capacity. Comes with removable project
bucket. Appears to be in unused condition. (We took a bit of a gamble on these,
because we honestly don’t know how many of you have gorilla’s).
21-529-01 Waterloo Tool Chest, 10
drawer, new in box (Oh that’s just great. Now I have an ABBA earworm stuck in
my head…whoa whoa whoa whoa Waterloo stop please.)
The next item are
these unused Goodyear Marathon RSA tires, size 10R22.5, load range G. By my
estimations, these tires are only a couple of years old, so there’s plenty of
life left in them. We only have 64 of these in stock, so now is a great time to
peel off those old bald tires and replace them with some new treads before the
winter season sets in.
included….I’ve already paid my dues mounting/dismounting these. The Oregon
Number is 22-220-05, and the Service Charge is just $100 apiece!
The next item we have
is a Briggs & Stratton Elite Series portable generator, with electric
start, 10,000 Watts. One tire is flat (probably because it hasn’t had the
winter air put in it yet), and it appears to be new/unused. You don’t have to
live like the Ingalls, just fire this bad boy up, get that hybrid car battery
charged up and you’re off and running! This is Oregon Number 22-016-01, and the
Service Charge is $800.00.
A Couple Of Big
Plastic Water Tanks
Now we have a couple
of big ‘ol water storage tanks. Oregon Number 22-232-01 is a Snyder Industries
Inc. 525 gallon water storage tank, and the other Oregon Number is 22-232-02
Duracast Products 200 gallon water storage tank. The Service Charge on these is
$350.00 and $250.00 respectively. I don’t know that anything (let alone water)
has been stored in these, as they look new/unused. Now if you go putting water
is these, and you grow a third eye or something without rinsing these out
first, don’t say I didn’t warn you..
controlled searchlights are new in box, the Oregon Number is 22-184-01, and the
Service Charge is $75.00 apiece! They are 7” diameter spot and flood beam, and
the original acquisition is a little over $900 for these……yikes! And you’re
getting them for $75.00?! That’s just crazy.
This is how we
roll at Surplus Property……air conditioners in the middle of winter, snow
blowers in summer (it is still technically summer). But don’t catch yourself
off-guard for when we get that 6’ snow storm. These are Toro Power Clear, Model
38581, R*Tek 2 cycle 141 CC Engine, 21" width, and if you buy this today,
I will throw in the key at no extra cost! We have two of these, the Oregon
Number is 22-184-01 and -02, and the Service Charge is just $50.00 apiece!
These items are spill
clean-up kits. These contain items such as absorbent, containment booms, tarps,
etc. It appears these would have enough room inside to put things like gloves,
HAZMAT suits, and things like that….personalize your HAZMAT spill kit! Make it
your own! All of this comes in a big plastic barrel with a quick release
band/top that will never come off as fast as the chemical spill inching closer
to the bosses office, but it’s better than nothing. These would be extremely
handy in most any situation where you store chemicals & other nasty
substances. The Oregon Number on these is 21-314-01, and the Service Charge is
just $50.00 apiece! Yes, including the barrel! I know, it’s crazy, but that’s
just how we are.
we have these brand new Oasis 4 quart canteens, just in time for winter! They
appear to be aluminum, and (believe it or not) these come with a screw-on lid
on a chain! I’m feeling pretty generous today, so with every canteen sold I will throw in a carry
strap at no additional charge! I know,
it’s crazy, just don’t let my boss know. The Oregon Number on these is
22-362-01, and the Service Charge is just $5.00! We only have 1,280 of these in
stock, so get ‘em while they’re…..get ‘em while they’re cold!
Meanwhile, on the
state side of the warehouse……
We have received several (if several means 5)
personnel and equipment carriers from Forestry. These are International’s with
big boxes on back that have seats like a school bus and equipment lockers to
carry all of the gear in. One of these is a cab-and-chassis (no big box on the
back), so you can customize it the way you’d like…..water truck, dump truck,
the possibilities are endless!
If you are interested
in one of these bad boys, give Tim Dunayevich a call (his contact information
is down below) and he will give you all the details!
Fun fact time…..
So far this year,
Surplus Property has transferred (and agencies have acquired) over 2,558 cases
of MRE’s. That translates to 30,696 individual meals, or enough individual
pouches that would stretch down the street and back (it’s a pretty long
street). We are going to try and have these in stock at any given time, but if
you are wanting some for your agency, feel free to check our inventory through Reuse
(just type “MRE” into the search field), or submit a “Want List”
request for some. If we don’t have what you need, we can put you on a list for
the next time we do get some.
From our work family
to yours, we thank you for the support of the Surplus Property program. We
appreciate your patronage!
Did you know……
Surplus Property can
sell your higher-valued assets (vehicles, heavy equipment, or items with a
value of $1,000 or more)! By using Surplus Property to sell your assets, you
will get the exposure of two worldwide online auction providers, as well as the
knowledge and expertise of a professional marketing staff dedicated to
maximizing returns for your items.
To make this happen,
all we need is an Intergovernmental Agreement between us. Your items can be
sold at our Salem warehouse location, or they can even be sold at your
location! If you would like more information, take a look at the Intergovernmental
Agreement here, and if you have any questions, feel free to contact our
office and we’ll fill you in on the details!
That’s about all I have for now. As usual, the items
advertised here are available only to those qualified agencies with current
eligibility in good standing with the
(sorry, no private sales). We continue to be one of the largest inflation-proof
resourses for quality federal property. If you need more information about the
items mentioned here (or any items for that matter), contact our Agency Liaison
Tim Dunayevich 971-301-0193 firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are not certain that your three-year
eligibility is current, or you need to change authorized signers, you can
contact our Eligibility Specialist Carla Jeannette at 503-378-2753, email@example.com.
As always you can contact me at 503-378-6022, or firstname.lastname@example.org,
and I can tell you where to go. I mean, I can transfer you to the appropriate
person if I don’t know the answer (please don’t reply to this email…nobody will
ever receive it, and you’ll be like “That was rude. They didn’t even reply”).
everybody, and have a great week!
Darren Kennedy, OPBC, Senior Program
Analyst | DAS Enterprise Asset
Management | 503-378-6022 | www.oregonsurplus.com