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    For slack belts, what Randy said. Using the 1.25 inch square bar you could conceivably make any sort of attachment "out front" where you wanted a specific job.

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    Great plans, looks like I have one more project to add to the list for this summer.

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    I have a question...

    The parts list says to get a 1/4" x 18" x 18" Cold roll steel plate.

    The instruction then say 1/4" x 12" x 20".

    I already had the 18x18 plate cut.....

    Will this still work?

    I sure hope so...
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    Default Here is my answer

    Okay since I didn't get an answer I went OLD SCHOOL (or should I say Elementary School) and made a cardboard mock up.

    Looks like the 18"x18" will work fine....

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    ChevHead, well done!
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    The older I get the more I realize how little I actually know.

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    When I fist scrolled the page down I thought it was a design for some kind of space ship that would be used in Star Wars or something.
    Now that I actually looked at it closely...... Pretty wicked design!
    Good luck on making it...... Show pics of the finished grinder too.

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    Is it over there or over yonder?

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    It is the design from post #1

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    I really need to convince my wife to buy a new house with a large basement an double garage!
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