What extractor is this?
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  1. #1
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    Default What extractor is this?

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    Saw in a local CL ad.. takes up too much space for me,but I was curiuis about it
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  3. #2
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    Default Re: What extractor is this?

    You'd want to keep your hands in your pockets or behind your back when that was runninng!
    Frank

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    Default Re: What extractor is this?

    Superior Lifetime. I think made in Phoenix Arizona. Was used on the West Coast for thick honey. Very wide and heavy, lots of parts to wear out. You would reverse the frames with a manual lever. Worked well. I had one that got too worn out and had a hard time giving it away for free.
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    Default Re: What extractor is this?

    A.I.Root made a similar product back before electric motors.

    Crazy Roland

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    Default Re: What extractor is this?

    Looks like a bear to clean.

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    Default Re: What extractor is this?

    I had one. I took up a lot of room for just 8 frames. Used it for broken frames. It's made of galvanized steel so not the most sanitary. I gutted it and use it to burn frames and boxes.

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    Maybe it would be worth something to the Smithsonian....

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