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    Last year I bought a portable electric cement...

    Last year I bought a portable electric cement mixer from Home depot. The only time I use it is when I need to break down lots of caliche before drywashing. The 110v-1/2hp motor runs well on a small...
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    Thanks for that Keith and BTW, hope the shoulder...

    Thanks for that Keith and BTW, hope the shoulder over-haul is still holding up the way it should.
    Take care and good to hear from you.....Rob
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    I tried contacting Gold drum via PM to see if...

    I tried contacting Gold drum via PM to see if he's in the business of fabricating these things (I'm at least interested in the center basket classifier) anyways that was a few days ago and no reply....
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    I want it mainly for breaking up and somewhat...

    I want it mainly for breaking up and somewhat classifying those nasty hard iron crusted clay clods. I have no doubt a lot of fines and flake get tossed out of that thing but I think it captures the...
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    A cut-off 30 gal propane tank is a great idea,...

    A cut-off 30 gal propane tank is a great idea, looks like I'm starting a new project. How far would you have the center classifier "extend" beyond the lip of the drum?
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    Viper, where do you suppose he came across those...

    Viper, where do you suppose he came across those steel center baskets? At first I thought it was fabricated to fit but now I'm thinking he found them someplace and just bolted it into the center of...
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    The "Gold Drum"

    I saw this thing on You Tube, looks like a cement mixer that this guy "churched out" to reduce and separate dry placer. I kind like it, what do you guys think?
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