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Post by Sir Clip on Sun May 30 2010, 19:29

I have been watching 2 or 3 Sturtevent toggle jaw crushers get sold on Ebay lately. One went for over £1,000.
I would like to have one to make chippings to repair our track. But you can buy about 160 tons of it from the qurray(ex delivery) for that. I am interested to know if anyone has any crushing Question experiences ? Chris.

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Post by mike d on Sun May 30 2010, 21:45

HI CHRIS....

a freind of mine has a very large crusher driven by a lister diesel.....

you feed the bricks/rocks onto a conveyor belt.....

he want to sell it.....think its to big for you.....mite be something for someone on here....

will try and get some photos of it and post then on the forum for you to enjoy.....

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Post by Sir Clip on Mon May 31 2010, 20:39

Thanks Mike,
That sounds interesting.Looking forward to seeing your photos.
Chris. Very Happy

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Post by mike d on Mon May 31 2010, 22:15

hi chris.....

it a fare size bit of kit......

would make a cracking exhibit....

will try and get to the farm at weekend....

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Post by Sir Clip on Tue Jun 01 2010, 19:39

HI, Mike, bounce I am now held in suspenders by you,but sounds a bit frightening. Will keep a look-out here. Thanks Chris.

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Post by JONESEY on Tue Jun 01 2010, 20:03

You can always borrow my wife she's got a hell of a jaw on her Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing
Jonesey Laughing

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Post by mike d on Tue Jun 01 2010, 21:31

hi chris.....

you better hope your MRS doesn't go on this forum..... lol! lol! lol! lol!

you will be getting a slap from her..... lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!

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Post by mike d on Sun Jun 27 2010, 21:05

HI CHRIS.....

hows this for a crusher......its for sale....
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Post by Sir Clip on Thu Jul 01 2010, 08:09

cyclops Wow, Yes that is a machine. A little more than I had in mind for the average back yard.

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Post by mike d on Fri Jul 02 2010, 11:22

yes your not wrong there.....

it not the sort of thing you could put in the van and go to a rally.....

very nice though,it runs a treat......

theres talk of it going to a museum....

then thats where it will stay.....

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Post by Sir Clip on Fri Jul 02 2010, 17:49

I don't think it is that old and would take a very wild guess,not knowing much about them at about 1950s. do you know any more? By the way, I built a boat in my field at Pendeen that launched in 1984 when Geevor was going strong and I managed to buy worn out crusher toes from the mine as ballast. That was 4 1/2 tons of them as scrap. Each toe weighed 280lbs each. Also mill balls. Happy days. Laughing Laughing Chris.

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Post by mike d on Sat Jul 03 2010, 19:58

hi Chris.....

will see them next weekend,so will try and get some more info on it....

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