First Highbanking Trip This Year (2019) With Indoor/Outdoor Carpet
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    First Highbanking Trip This Year (2019) With Indoor/Outdoor Carpet



    I used my 1" raised expanded mesh with some indoor/outdoor carpet, giving me a nice way to try and catch those bits of flour gold. It was cold and rained after I got set up, but stayed anyways. I was going to go out today, to try my 1/2" expanded mesh however, we had a moderate snowfall yesterday and it's snowing as I type this. Name:  lotsasnow.gif
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    Last edited by John-Edmonton; Apr 28, 2019 at 04:01 PM.
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    Nice outing and gold John. I like the leg assembly on your sluice. Did they come with the sluice? Who is the maker?

    thanks John,
    Mike

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    I've seen similar looking stands /bracket's on ebay.

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    Mar 2005
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    Quote Originally Posted by delnorter View Post
    Nice outing and gold John. I like the leg assembly on your sluice. Did they come with the sluice? Who is the maker?

    thanks John,
    Mike
    A local guy makes them. He has a 3d printer, and makes all kinds of brackets, nozzles, highbankers, miller tables, trommels and shaker tables. He's called Alberta Gold Equipment. Has a facebook page and homepage.
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    "METAL DETECTING IS A HOBBY AND HOBBIES ARE MEANT TO BE ENJOYED"

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    Oct 2008
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    Thanks John, I found the site. Nice looking equipment.

 

 

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