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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-29-2012, 11:11 PM Thread Starter
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fleshing beam setup

here is my set up with the clamp i made for beaver. lugnut
you asked for some pics so here you are sir. and the finished product.66 inches, will dry to a x-large
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-29-2012, 11:53 PM
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Re: fleshing beam setup

nice
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Re: fleshing beam setup

Nice setup.!! But it's that a skinning machine in the background if so I would like to see so pics of it. If you don't mind.

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Re: fleshing beam setup

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Nice setup.!! But it's that a skinning machine in the background if so I would like to see so pics of it. If you don't mind.
yep. thats a skinning machine. don't use it on beaver but works well on everything else.i really don't use it much at all though
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Re: fleshing beam setup

Very nice set-up!

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Re: fleshing beam setup

Thanks dietsch, I was beginning to think you forgot about my request...or just weren't catching beaver lol.

I like the clamp, seems like a much better method than just holding them on the beam with my gut.

I'm assuming those are carriage bolts. I wonder if wing nuts would tighten the clamp enough to keep the skin from slipping. That way I won't spend most of my time looking for a wrench. They disappear into the clutter of my shop within two seconds of being set somewhere.

I'm definitely making one of those, thanks again for the pics!

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