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 03-23-2004, 21:46 Post: 80893
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If you are planning on buying a tractor, do it soon!!!!!
The winds have told me that prices are going up around April or so. Word has it the price of steel and other factors are going to be the root cause of this, and I am sure it will pass thru the ranks of all the other manufactures. (My sources are pretty good) Now dont slap me if it doesnt happen, I am just a messenger and was told I better buy this month (HA I already did) Just wanted to pass on this tid bit!
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 03-23-2004, 21:53 Post: 80896
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I've heard that too.






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 03-23-2004, 21:59 Post: 80897
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We were planning on putting up a steel building late this summer and it figures that steel prices are climbing. When we built our house a few years ago there was a sheetrock shortage and the prices peaked just when we needed the rock. Somehow my timing always stinks.






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 03-24-2004, 16:05 Post: 80998
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I am in concrete and use quite a bit of rebar, mesh, and other steel for the handrails we make ourselves. The steel has almost doubled in the last 3 months. The rebar went up the least, the square, channel, and moulding stock went up the most. The Chinese are buying up all of our steel scrap because most of all the steel items today are recycled, and made in China, and they have no natural sources so they buy our scrap.

I buy my steel directly from the importer in PA, and he is warning me that the increase is far from over. I expect the increase in steel costs to be seen in everything that has steel in it.






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 03-24-2004, 16:42 Post: 81002
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I work as a machinist for a C-NH supplier and we just had to add steel surcharges to ALL our customers, so I can confirm this.






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 03-24-2004, 18:50 Post: 81017
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Surcharges, costs added to published mill prices are now at about $120/cwt, or $240/ton. I am in the structural steel buisines and have been living this pain daily. They have also published shipping surcharges to deal with the rising cost of fuel. Surcharges are published almost weekly, and are assesed at time of delivery.

Some manufacturers, like the auto companies, have long term contrats with the mills. Flat roled products are a somewhat different comodity than structural shapes, because the scrap content is different. But wait and see how long these contracts hold up. Buy now if you are going to buy. It is not expected to get better any time soon.






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 03-24-2004, 21:26 Post: 81041
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I've heard that the price of roof bolts (coal mines) has more than doubled in the last couple of months.
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 03-25-2004, 04:12 Post: 81048
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Anybody know what this might ad to the price of a new pick-up truck?






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 03-25-2004, 19:02 Post: 81130
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i would not look for the price of nh compacts to rise too much even though they come out of dublin ga most parts and components are made over seas






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 03-25-2004, 19:14 Post: 81134
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I'm mid construction on my insulated concrete form house. ALL things steel, and other metals that are alloyed with steel, are climbing. Doesn't matter if it's made here or over there. China, and to some degree, India, are building a lot, and as mentioned before, this is causing a short term rise in steel prices.

I just had to buy 18000 feet of #5 and #4 rebar. It's almost doubled since I started my project, but back then, I didn't know how much I'd need. Sure wish I had bought it in December!

I just bought all my steel brackets for framing and ledgers, and my bolts. They are starting to rise, but home depot hasn't raised the store prices yet, so I figured why not. Better to buy them now than pay another 20% in 8 weeks.






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