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My grinder died need recomendations #8330030 07/24/21 06:21 AM
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Well, my Rival grinder just ate a gear while chewing on some chuck steak, so I am going to need a new one.
I process maybe two or three deer a year maybe some hog meat, and 40-50 lbs a year of beef/pork. there is only me and the wife.)
So I am looking for a new grinder, that wont set me back a huge chunk of change.
I figure maybe 200.00 - 250.00 bucks. I know there are some fabulous grinders out there for 400 to 500 bucks, buts that's kinda out of my budget range, so I am looking for recommendations for a solid grinder with metal gears that will get the job done. Any ideas folks?

Re: My grinder died need recomendations [Re: TxCookin] #8330386 07/24/21 08:15 PM
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Ive heard good things about the harbor freight one and with warranty you can replace any time for free for a few extra bucks. Still way under 100

Re: My grinder died need recomendations [Re: TxCookin] #8330433 07/24/21 09:42 PM
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Cabela's Pro Series DC Meat Grinder is priced around $200.00. I dont have one but it looks like a nice little unit with a 1/2 hp motor and I believe its made by Weston. My advice would be to get the biggest and most powerful that you can afford. I bought a Cabela's commercial grade grinder about 10 years ago and its still going strong and I grind about 500 lbs of meat a year.

Re: My grinder died need recomendations [Re: TxCookin] #8330447 07/24/21 09:56 PM
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We have a LEM meat grinder, does great on deer.... I don't recall the specific model off hand, ill have to look.


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Re: My grinder died need recomendations [Re: TxCookin] #8330618 07/25/21 01:05 AM
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The Oster ones do well for the money had one that lasted for years. But if you want to buy one and never have to worry get the LEM


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Re: My grinder died need recomendations [Re: TxCookin] #8330754 07/25/21 10:44 AM
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Have a LEM as well. Had it for about six years now with no issues. Well built and easy to clean.


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