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Re: Hit and Miss for grist mill

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01-08-2012 14:46:39

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If your grist mill needed a 5 HP electric motor. I believe it would need at least a 5 or 6 HP gas engine. I'm only guessing at a cost for a hit-miss engine that size maybe $1200.00 to $1500.00. When on our farm, we needed to run a grist mill to grind feed, we used the belt power from a Farmall H. Not sure of the size of your mill.

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01-11-2012 13:58:26

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 Re: Hit and Miss for grist mill in reply to MtMan, 01-08-2012 14:46:39  
I saw the power requirements for a saw mill once.
100 horse gas or diesel or 75 horse electric. If that is correct you would need a little more gas horse power, maybe 25%.

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01-08-2012 17:34:31

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 Re: Hit and Miss for grist mill in reply to MtMan, 01-08-2012 14:46:39  
A tractor is a option, I have a case vac i hope to have running soon but i will have to get a belt pulley for it and an it would be an extra trip to haul the tractor. A hit and miss could be mounted on the trailer and I could pull it with the pickup in one trip. I will have to check hp requirements for the mill then I will know more what to look for. Thanks for the input

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