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post #1 of 9
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So I was at this yard sale today looking around... I was looking at this slicer and taking pictures ...






Then the lady said... "We have a grinder over here"... I went over to look at it and thought to myself... I've never seen a grinder like this ... Here's some pics of it.. I can tell you the SOB is HEAVYYYYYYY .... I thought it was bolted to the floor at first... So what is it ???? will also say that the rollers are knurled if that helps any ...

looking down from the top


from one side


the other side (front I imagine since the catch tray is on this side)


The lady said both of these came from a Quizno's Sub store... nether item had a data plate to get any info from...

The tag on the slicer said it's a "Fleetwood"... any info on ether one of these will be much appreciated ...
post #2 of 9

Flatbread maker. I'm guessing the rollers are also heated so it rolls and toasts at the same time. Is there an adjustment for the space between the rollers?

post #3 of 9

And $250 for that slicer is a STEAL. Hope you bought it.

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Originally Posted by Mdboatbum View Post

Flatbread maker. I'm guessing the rollers are also heated so it rolls and toasts at the same time. Is there an adjustment for the space between the rollers?

Didn't see anything on it except an on off switch.. trying to think how flatbread would come out funnel type tray in the front....
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And $250 for that slicer is a STEAL. Hope you bought it.

I need to take up donations to pick up the slicer.. wanna donate to a good cause ?? biggrin.gif

It looked a little ruff ...
post #6 of 9
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no other ideas ??
post #7 of 9
More than likely that machine is 3 phase so you wont be able to use it................... Go get charlotte's wedding band and hock it and go get that slicer....LMAO......
post #8 of 9
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LOL... you think she'll miss it ? it only has a 110 plug on it.. so I'm thinking 3 phase is out of the question
post #9 of 9

my grinder, saw, and cuber are all three phase. its a bit of a pain to get it all going but imagine smoked venison roast, sliced paper thin on French dippers with horseradish . kina makes it all worth it in the end.

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