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sweet! better let me know when we're gonna make the super cider for the annual sheep race!


she's a good woman
 

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100+ year old sausage stuffer I could use tommorrow, I think I'll keep her
 

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Tater, I bought a horn style stuffer from Cabelas and hated it. Took it back and bought one of these Enterprise Presses. Couldnt be happier! Mine is a 4 quart and works great. Did you get the basket for the inside? Made a little cider last year that was superb. It is amazing that these are still around after 100 years.
 

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yea i got the basket, i got everything but the nozzles. i been wanting one but never thought i would get one. wife found it in her parents basement
 

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the only bad beer is one that isn't open yet.
 

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They aren't really rare but they go for a good chunk of change. One in the condition of mine would sell for around $200
 

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Tater, A few years ago i bought a wiper ring on ebay that fits the #35 16lb. press. It was the best thing i ever bought to go along with my press. I will take a pic of it and post it here later. I have been looking for them since and can't find them. It eliminates any bypass while stuffing. And wipes the walls clean while you are pressing. After i got my ez-pak water stuffer i don't us my press anymore.
PS Chop-rite is your place for replacement parts if you didn't already know.
 

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The wipers are still on ebay. You can use a e gallon baggie to then no clean up
 
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