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Old 03-08-2013, 02:36 AM   #1
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Default Grain Mill at OBK? Any experience?

Anyone bought the OntarioBeerKegs' Grain Mill actually at $109?

It comes with a 7-lb hopper and has steel rollers so it looks like a bargain to me! It don't want to pay for the other mills that are over $150 but sinc ethis one is right between a Victoria Mill and the high end ones.......

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Old 04-16-2013, 05:01 PM   #2
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At this point get a barley crusher its around the same price and its proven.

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I know this is an old thread but somehow I came across it. I have an OBKrusher and it works great, no complaints at all.

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I know this is an old thread but somehow I came across it. I have an OBKrusher and it works great, no complaints at all.
I have one too that I have only used once to crush 1/2 pound of crystal. I fiddled with it a lot to get it adjusted and stay in place. It seems to do a good job, but I am finding it difficult to have the roller stay in position. One side shifts a bit once I start running grain through.

Are you having this issue?
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I've got the same mill, it works well enough but as said the set screws for holding it in tune tend to loosen off. I torqued the hell out of mine and now they don't move.

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I've got the same mill, it works well enough but as said the set screws for holding it in tune tend to loosen off. I torqued the hell out of mine and now they don't move.
I also tried tightening the heck out of it and it didn't seem to make a difference. I'll keep playing with it. As you say it works well enough, and I hope I can get the roller to hold a little better....
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After some fiddling I really had to crank it on, especially the nuts. Since then ive put probably 100lbs or more through with no issue.

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After some fiddling I really had to crank it on, especially the nuts. Since then ive put probably 100lbs or more through with no issue.
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Well, it took a while for someone to answer my original question lol! Thanks for the info.

FYI, I went with a Victoria and couldn't be happier.


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