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post #21 of 32

Congrats Joe! Now we can make 400lbs at next year's gathering!

post #22 of 32
Nice!!!!!

I have the same model....adapted a bit.

I turned it into a "two speed" by buying a tractor steering spinner ($7.00) and mounting it about halfway between the handle and the axis, that way I can lower or raise the piston a LOT faster than relying on the handle as it was.
It works like a charm!!!!!!




~Martin
post #23 of 32
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great idea martin...........................Thumbs Up

post #24 of 32
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Originally Posted by DiggingDogFarm View Post

Nice!!!!!

I have the same model....adapted a bit.

I turned it into a "two speed" by buying a tractor steering spinner ($7.00) and mounting it about halfway between the handle and the axis, that way I can lower or raise the piston a LOT faster than relying on the handle as it was.
It works like a charm!!!!!!




~Martin

Good idea Martin. Could you post a pic in a new thread about stuffer upgrades. I can see that helping out a lot of sausage makers.

Happy smoken.

David

post #25 of 32

Well they went and ruined everything?

 

Back in the '50's?  Those steering nobs had pictures of pretty girls in bathing suits? Or less?

 

Next they will outlaw the fuzzy dice?

 

Oh, they already did that?

 

Bet I could still open a bottle of beer on the door hinge, though?

 

Seriously, that looks like a great mod to the stuffer!

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #26 of 32
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Originally Posted by Venture View Post
 

Well they went and ruined everything?

 

Back in the '50's?  Those steering nobs had pictures of pretty girls in bathing suits? Or less?

 

Next they will outlaw the fuzzy dice?

 

Oh, they already did that?

 

Bet I could still open a bottle of beer on the door hinge, though?

 

Seriously, that looks like a great mod to the stuffer!

 

Good luck and good smoking.

Yes in deedy-do....  I remember those, now that you brought it up....

post #27 of 32

very nice, hard to tell but are the gears steel or black nylon???

post #28 of 32
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very nice, hard to tell but are the gears steel or black nylon???


 



Anodized steel gears..... Used the stuffer yesterday and was vry pleased with how heavy duty this unit is. Will start another thread on its first run
post #29 of 32
Sweet stuffer Joe, now lets see it in action!
post #30 of 32
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DiggingDogFarm View Post

Nice!!!!!


I have the same model....adapted a bit.


I turned it into a "two speed" by buying a tractor steering spinner ($7.00) and mounting it about halfway between the handle and the axis, that way I can lower or raise the piston a LOT faster than relying on the handle as it was.

It works like a charm!!!!!!






~Martin
Good idea Martin. Could you post a pic in a new thread about stuffer upgrades. I can see that helping out a lot of sausage makers.
Happy smoken.
David

That sounds like a good idea,
I also intend to get stainless tubes for it from LEM.......sometime soon.





~Martin
post #31 of 32
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Originally Posted by SKULLY View Post
 

very nice, hard to tell but are the gears steel or black nylon???

 



Anodized steel gears..... Used the stuffer yesterday and was vry pleased with how heavy duty this unit is. Will start another thread on its first run

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post #32 of 32

Joe nice stuffer.  Thumbs Up

 

Will the LEM stainless stuffers fit this model?

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