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jim handke

12-12-2010 07:59:34

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I was able to grind feed with my Case grinder,mixer. Works great, John. I really appreciate your help.

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John Saeli

12-12-2010 10:57:34

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 Re: Thanks to John Saeli in reply to jim handke, 12-12-2010 07:59:34  
Glad to have helped. Can't always pull a rabbit out of a hat, but it's gratifying when we can. BTW, what did you do with the big casting?

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jim handke

12-12-2010 18:24:48

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 Re: Thanks to John Saeli in reply to John Saeli, 12-12-2010 10:57:34  
Dad welded it, taking care not to splatter slag into the groove that the collar fits in. He found that casting was so hard, the lathe wouldn't touch it up. Also, we found that the matching casting on the hammermill was made almost the same. Only they didn't machine it out wide enough to accept that collar. If it was identical, we could have switched them and had a pristine surface for the new collar.

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