So I just got a Monster Mill MM2 so that I'm ready to move on to all-grain brewing for my next batch. I know a number of folks on here have this mill, so I thought someone could provide some insight.
I got it assembled and fiddled around with it but the non-drive roller spins but not as nicely as the driven roller. If I give the drive roller a quick spin, it will continue to spin for a couple of seconds, where the non-driven roller will stop much faster. When running grain through it, there were no problems as a result, and the non-driven roller turned, but I wanted to know if this is typical.
I squared the frames and left the recommended .03" gap between one end of the roller and the frame. Looking at the directions again, it sounds like actually squaring the frames may not be necessary and I should leave one frame tightened to the base and fiddle with the other until the non-driven roller spins freely, just like the driven roller. Am I correct on this?
I just don't want to tear it apart again if I'm not actually going to get better results.