LOL ... why I said use caution with the added belt drive and separate electric motor. We had similar set up on a 2x12, big pulleys and v-belt but dad was lazy when it made it up and didn't put a switch in the electric line, merely plug it in or pull it out of the wall socket. I got called out to do some business and dad kept working. I got back about an hour later to find a path of blood from the grinder setup out to the driveway. A few hours later, mom & dad showed back up with his hand bandaged up. While chunking meat into the throat of the grinder, his ring finger went in a bit too far and the grinder feed screw started sucking his hand into the grinder ... he had a heck of a time trying to yank the electric cord out of the wall socket to shut things down. Fortunately, he was able to remove the grinder plate, unscrew the feed screw enough to get his finger out, then disassemble the grinder and pick thru the meat inside to find his finger... doctor sewed it back on and after a few years, the finger nail grew back. He said that batch might have had too much red pepper cause it burned like h3ll until the doctor got it all cleaned up.
"everyone that lives dies but not everyone who dies lived..."