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Old 02-20-2014, 06:45 PM   #21
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I would like to go on record for saying this is FAR to nice to be in any Corona "Ugly Junk" thread, or be associated with it.

That mill setup looks GREAT!

Thanks... But with that giant sheet metal cone, I think it looks pretty dang ugly!
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Old 02-21-2014, 02:16 AM   #22
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Did you just coil the metal or did you cut it too? And do you have anything attaching it to the mill or does it sit in there loose so you can remove it when not in use?

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Did you just coil the metal or did you cut it too? And do you have anything attaching it to the mill or does it sit in there loose so you can remove it when not in use?

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I cut a little off the top of the metal where it formed a point after coiling, and then put foil tape over the edge to avoid getting cut. There's nothing attaching it to the mill, so it can be removed for easy storage. I actually only did it as a temporary fix until I figured out something better, but I've been so happy with it that I don't plan on putting together anything else.
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Old 02-21-2014, 02:50 AM   #24
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I cut a little off the top of the metal where it formed a point after coiling, and then put foil tape over the edge to avoid getting cut. There's nothing attaching it to the mill, so it can be removed for easy storage. I actually only did it as a temporary fix until I figured out something better, but I've been so happy with it that I don't plan on putting together anything else.
Yes that does qualify under ugly junk! lol mine is ugly junk too!! heres the youtube video of my custom hopper, I made from 1 broken water bottle and a apple juice container!
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BARLEY CRUSHER!!!!!!!


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Here's my set up! I liked the "antique-y" look of it!


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Yes that does qualify under ugly junk! lol mine is ugly junk too!! heres the youtube video of my custom hopper, I made from 1 broken water bottle and a apple juice container!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGQIpt3y-Os
Great idea cutting off the top of the juice bottle.
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Juice bottle great! Ur corona looks like the Weston model,with the grain shroud, right?

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