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Idaho 83544

During the past few years I have acquired two old burr grinders
that really have the years on them. Unfortunately, hold of them.
while in good mechanical condition, are sadly in need of new burrs.
I hate to display them at threshing bees and other similar
celebrations, because they are not of lunch interest if they are
not put through their paces. A friend went to a threshing bee out
here and he said they were selling so (ailed ‘whole wheat flour
that was just about the equivalent of cracked wheat. I think that
poor work is worse than none. What I am leading up to is this.
Twenty five years ago it was possible to gel burrs for any grinder.
There was a place somewhere east of the Mississippi that would make
burrs if you had an old set to send to them. I understand it is out
of business, and I am wondering if any GEM readers might know a
place to get them. I might add that burr grinders were usually
powered by gas engineers. I have a good roller mill, which I have
displayed, and it turns out good stock feed, but will not make good
whole wheat Hour or corn meal.

Published on Sep 1, 1968

Gas Engine Magazine

Preserving the History of Internal Combustion Engines