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  • Bent shaft
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    Was used with a motor but with the shaft being bent it left metal grindings in 3 deers all the meat was ruined, and it had been a gift for a friend. I hope he is still a friend after this

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    donnab99 December 26, 2013
  • meat grinder
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    There was not a brand name in the item description. However in the Q&A section your site said the brand was "Kitchener". It is not Kitchener brand.. For $12 more I could have gotten a Kitchener. Time will tell .

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    treeman308 May 14, 2013
  • For the money yea .. its good
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    Bought this to use for deer meat, i only had a small amount left this year. Got the grinder after the season, but it ground all of it in no time. It also came with a suffer tube. for the ***, i am pleased

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    scruples325 January 28, 2013
  • Ready to grind up a hog!
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    I read some negative reviews regarding the pulley not fitting onto the shaft. The grinder body and auger are hot dipped in molten tin. This layer of tin, along with the red paint in the inside of the pulley hub, did prevent the pulley from slipping onto the shaft. No big deal. I used a file to remove most of the tin, then sanded with a strip of sand paper. I used a rat tail file to clean up the inside of the pulley hub. Then it went together easily. The auger turns on a ball bearing, which makes for smooth operation. The pulley doesn't wobble a bit. I'm impressed with the quality of this Chinese made grinder. Can't wait to get the motor hooked up and grind some sausage. I have a 1725 RPM motor that I'm going to run through a 4-step cone pulley, then to the grinder. That should get the speed down to where it's not shooting out meat like a fire hydrant.

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    nathar January 25, 2013
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