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Roast Beef

Steve H

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I'm late to the party. But I'll take some left overs! Looks great Richie!
 

daveomak

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Remove that sliding meat clamp from the leading edge of the meat plate and using 5200 sealant glue on a new bigger plate... Make sure the new plate is as close to the blade as you dare put it..
 

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Remove that sliding meat clamp from the leading edge of the meat plate and using 5200 sealant glue on a new bigger plate... Make sure the new plate is as close to the blade as you dare put it..
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So, the swinging part, "sliding meat clamp" I call it the presser. Remove that, and sealant glue a bigger plate, right? Right on top of the existing grooved plate? Won't I need a longer rod to reattach the sliding meat clamp also?
Thanks for your sage advice.
 

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I would leave the meat clamp off... I don't have one and hold the meat in my hand....
 

MJB05615

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OK, sounds like a plan. I'll reread your original post to see which metal to use. Thanks, if it works out, I'll post some pics.
 

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I'm late to the party. But I'll take some left overs! Looks great Richie!
Steve Let me know when your over this way, it is never o late to the party. Thanks for the Like I appreciate it
Richie
 

tropics

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Remove that sliding meat clamp from the leading edge of the meat plate and using 5200 sealant glue on a new bigger plate... Make sure the new plate is as close to the blade as you dare put it..
Nice job Dave my eyes aren't that good I didn't see that part. Thanks for helping Mike
Richie
 

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