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    Re: Boom for a Loader

    There is quite a bit of interest in home made cranes on our New Zealand beekeeping forum, would you mind if I shared your link?[/QUOTE]

    Sure share it. I was not the master welder but it took some...
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    Re: Boom for a Loader

    I built this for 500, took a while but it works well.
    https://www.beesource.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=14674&d=1417036242
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    Re: Pollen Trapping Recommendations

    From the receipt 0.188(H) X0.250 (S) and 0.063(T) i'm sure that means 3/16 holes with 1/4 inch separations and 1/16 thick
    i copied from a pollen trap i use, hope that helps
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    Re: Pollen Trapping Recommendations

    I purchased aluminum pre drilled sheet 4 by 8 at metal supermarket they even cut it to the right size for me enough for15 traps. light and easy to work with,
  5. Thread: honey creamer

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    Re: honey creamer

    the lyson creamer has a 2 day cycle ,every 2 hours it runs for 10 minutes they claim it gives a more consistant smoother honey, I find with the drill operation it is hard to stay consistant
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    honey creamer

    we are looking to expand our creamed honey operation, looking at the lyson creamers available, does any one have experience with these machines? looking for something that gives a more consistant...
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    Re: Purina Hearty Bee Thoughts

    Was at purina St Louis a year ago, they talked about it but would give very little details other than they had been working on it for some time. We saw about 100 hives they used for experimentation....
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    Re: Revamping a Maxant 1700 uncapper

    I did get mine directly from maxant , conversion kit and chains ,just picked up enough to do the other side last week.
  9. Re: Maxant, where are you... Any one receive something from them recently?

    was there last week they are busy, i was told email was best when trying to get a hold of them, it was a beautiful facility
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    Re: Revamping a Maxant 1700 uncapper

    I did the same thing 2 years ago bought the conversion kit and chains . come to find out i only bought enough chains to do one side. My advice is to buy them all, the stainless chains do a much...
  11. Thread: DIY hive loader

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    Re: DIY hive loader

    would love to see some close up pictures of how it sits on trailer, and as oldtimer says do you have a way to level or is the trailer heavy enough
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    Re: Milk tank storage?

    I use a 600 gallon tank that is elevated off the floor, it is 30 years old but had stainless pipes for the cooling. Hooked up a small hot water tank and circulator pump. The tanks that open fully are...
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    front of packaging labeling

    I am wondering how honey front of packaging labeling works in both the United kingdom, Australia and New Zealand . CFIA in canada mentions these three areas but when i try to check regulations Honey...
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    Re: Rite cel vs permadent

    just put together 4000 rit cell will have a comparison in a months time
  15. Thread: ProVap110 video

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    Re: ProVap110 video

    Ian just bought one myself are you planning on drilling 1/4 hoes in your boxes or using an entrance board with a 1/4 inch hole , plan on testing it out on friday, A friend wants to make a handle...
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    Rite cel vs permadent

    I have to order a large quantity of foundation , what is the differance besides price, do the bees draw one better than the other, etc. to date i have been using permadent but am open to change
  17. Re: Problems with my third purchase of a 24V 200 amp continuous duty solenoid

    could the idea of using deep cell batteries have any thing to do with it, Harry v. mentioned that he would not use a deep cell battery because they do not have the direct amperage (cranking amps)
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    Re: Truck Mounted Cranes

    i use a deep cycle gel cell on my winch, moved 100 hives with one charge, now you have me wondering if i should go to a regular auto battery. wondering if it will hurt the winch.
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    Re: Maxant chain uncapper

    ben did you get new chain for your uncapper i am in the same boat you were a year ago, bought an old uncapper and it needs a good clean up. would love to see a newer one to see changes that have been...
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    Re: Indoor wintering - set them out

    wow what date did you set them out last year
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    Re: Dipping and titebond (or any/most?) glue

    I use a pl 400 which is not effected by dipping once it has cured , pl is used to attach plywood to floor joist in housing
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    Re: Queen Checking in Almonds

    this is the treads we learn from thank you for sharing your experience. i think this is one of those great experiences even i can learn from
  23. Thread: bee lift

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    Re: bee lift

    new bearings are in,21318 old bearings21319 new bearing21320 i had to take a 3inch piece of solid round tube drill it out 1.5 inches, then lath out bearing spaces, top and bottom21321 ...
  24. Thread: bee lift

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    Re: bee lift

    bought some axel bearings , but this changes the size of the orginal pipe that held the bearings, so busy these days the bees don't want to stop but hoping this weekend to spend some time at it will...
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    Re: bee lift

    your right kev, got new trust bearings, and cutting off the knuckle. it's easier to get a new piece of heavy pipe and turn it to fit new bearings, lucky to have a shop in the family and a late night...
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