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got out to randsburg,i knew that it would be a little wet,so i took my sifter/classifier with me to mix the dry and wet,it has a 12 volt motor with a 5 inch offset wieght so it really moves allot of dirt.i also use in for finding nonmagnetic stuff,great to be outside.ps found a little gold(very little).and the springs on the legs let on end come up with it gets light and the rocks fall of easier.Bailie doesnt take this stuff to seriously

happier new years guys
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i stayed out out the washers and found dry dirt down maybe 4inches,but you get down 2 feet and there wet spots from last year still.
brad
 

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That sifter is rad.
 
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the springs would work better under the cross bars, i mite change it.i use two screens on top of each other ,so i can adjust it down on all my machines
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I would give anything now to go somewhere else to travel to another country! I'm afraid of planes and that's why I always take trains
 

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