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PostSubject: Rocking Sifter Box   11/8/2010, 8:13 pm

I had to build one! Here we go, from start to finish!

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PostSubject: Sifter box....   11/13/2010, 9:40 am

Awsome, awsome, awsome...Great job on the build! I really like the rocker set up. Still contiplating what add-ons I'm going to put on mine. I'm leaning toward the rocker set-up as well. Great Job Ian! HH, sifting, Erle from Va.
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PostSubject: Re: Rocking Sifter Box   11/14/2010, 9:51 pm

Erle From Va. wrote:
Awsome, awsome, awsome...Great job on the build! I really like the rocker set up. Still contiplating what add-ons I'm going to put on mine. I'm leaning toward the rocker set-up as well. Great Job Ian! HH, sifting, Erle from Va.
Thanks Erle. The hardest part was attaching the legs to the sifter and figuring out a way to keep the nuts from becoming too tight or too loose and falling off. In the end, I was able to round up some spacers that fit the holes perfectly and slid the all-thread in there. Worked perfectly!
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