Re: [hobbicast] Sand Fluffer
- On 5/27/2011 11:54 PM, wbhinkle@... wrote:
>I thought the roto-tiller gearbox was to make a muller. The fluffers I
> I remember that subject. thought it was the business end of a rotortiller?
> bill hinkle
> PS: I would like to be refreshed again on the proper goodies needed to
> one to...thanks
> In a message dated 5/27/2011 9:39:37 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
> rmorris@... <mailto:rmorris%40alaska.net> writes:
> I thought I remembered seeing a fluffer built using the front gear
> box from a snow blower. Now that I have a gear box from an old snow
> blower, an hour of searching the web didn't turn it up. Assuming that
> I'm not dreaming, could someone point in the right direction?
> Dick Morris
> Anchorage, Alaska
have seen were direct drive on an electric motor.
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- The one by Jerry Twaddell is the one I was thinking of. Thanks
At 04:54 AM 5/28/2011, Ron Thompson wrote:
>I thought the roto-tiller gearbox was to make a muller. The fluffers IDick Morris
>have seen were direct drive on an electric motor.