Sat Dec 17, 2005 8:09 pm

George wrote:
insco2 wrote:guyz thanks!!! this forum really moves the replies. ive been on other forums and i can be days between replies. this is great! thanks again by the way this is the motor i bought to run the maltmill.

Holy Crap! Bodines are back in stock? Does the rest of the home brewing world know about this? I haven't heard anything. I've resisted motorizing my mill, but now you've got me tempted again...

Yep, Surplus Center has just about anything at one time or another. They are local to me and I have been shopping there for some 40 years. Always been happy with anything I have bought there.

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Sun Dec 18, 2005 12:32 am

I have to say that I really value my adjustable jsp mill. I had previously been using a bottom-of-the-line crankandstein mill that would only yield 70% efficiency tops. I am now hitting in the low 80's for efficiency. I use an electric drill for power and will be adding a bodine asap. Thanks for the link.

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Sun Dec 18, 2005 8:25 pm

well the problem is resolved i bought a barley crusher.I asked my wife, my brother, and my buddy simply Maltmill or Barley crusher? The barley Crusher won. thanks for all your input on the mills! I will be keeping photos and track of the monster Bodine-Barley Crusher marriage!
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