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    Another great old USA made tool. The crimping dies should go on the shaft before the beading dies so it makes a shoulder after the crimp. You can use just the crimping dies or just the beading dies if you make some spacers. These machines would have come with the spacers when new but they usually get lost over the years.

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    ---the-spacers-did-come-with-it-----put-them-in-safe-place-as-not-to-get-lost-----and-have-located-a-slip-form-roller-for-a-real-decent-price

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    If you don't have one already keep your eye out for a Genuine made in USA Beverly shear. They make cutting metal so easy and they will last forever if cared for.

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    ----picking-up-the-sheet-metal-roller-in-the-morning-------Got-word-from---Bagderland-Maple-works-----pan-is-done-and-shipped-this-morning---should-be-here-Monday

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    ----Here-is-the--sheet-metal-roller------NiagraDSCN1720.jpgDSCN1721.jpg-----got-it-for-$250----normaly-around-here-they-go-at-$600-any-way

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    DSCN1729.jpgDSCN1730.jpgDSCN1732.jpgDSCN1728.jpg---the-pan-came-this-morning---Realy-nice-----just-have-to-put-ceramic-gasket-under-it---they-are-a-realy-nice-place-to-deal-with!DSCN1731.jpg
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    DSCN1644.jpgDSCN1731.jpg------Before---and----after!

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    Why do you want 2 evaporators and what else are you going to put on it?
    Is this a pre heater for the other?
    2020 same
    2019 RB10 26 taps
    2018 RO Bucket RB5 taps 20, leg tank in shed w/2 5/16
    2017 18 taps
    2016 20 taps
    2015 21 taps
    2014 30 2 gravity line, 2 hotel pan concrete arch 35 g leg tank
    2013 LP hook up in shack buckets 12 taps
    2 burner cook top 2012 finisher on a bbq tanks
    2011 rookie 2+ gal
    8 taps w/ milk jugs
    turkey cooker
    50-60 up back maybe

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    ---this-small-2x4-is-for-cooking-off-my-3x10-at-end-of-sason----instead-of-using-propane-----it-was-one-of-my-first-evaps---sold-it-to-a-guy-who-never-used-it---took-a-long-time-to-get-it-back-----its-not-the-first-time-of-having-two---there-was-a-time-a-3x8-sat-next-to-the-3x10-----they-were-piped-together---if-you-dont-have-a-ro----more-boiling---sap-gose-quicker----I-have-made-some-of-my-lightest-syrup-running-two-at-a-time----piped-together---the-2x-4--will-make-some-one-a-nice-back-yarder-or-a-young-pup-to-start-with-when-its-time-to-retire-from-it

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    Thanks for replying, confirmed what I thought with more details.
    2020 same
    2019 RB10 26 taps
    2018 RO Bucket RB5 taps 20, leg tank in shed w/2 5/16
    2017 18 taps
    2016 20 taps
    2015 21 taps
    2014 30 2 gravity line, 2 hotel pan concrete arch 35 g leg tank
    2013 LP hook up in shack buckets 12 taps
    2 burner cook top 2012 finisher on a bbq tanks
    2011 rookie 2+ gal
    8 taps w/ milk jugs
    turkey cooker
    50-60 up back maybe

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