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09-09-2010 02:04 AM by lumberdog | 7 comments »

A few months ago i started looking for some kind of plan for a grinder frame using a 22’ stone wheel, i couldn’t find a plan but i found a couple of photos but they were not appropriate for the early 1800s time period.So i came up with what i think is close to what was built in the era.It is made out of oak,maple,ash and the water box is made of red ceder, it is put together with hand made square nails. The stone started out at 22” but i had to take 1/2” off to true it up. !

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