guitarhero8675309 Senior Member Joined: 25 Jan 2014 Posts: 1 Location: United States Expertise: Just starting
Posted Sat Jan 25, 2014, 2:09pm Subject: Building a Stir Crazy Suppentown Roaster. Question
Is it necessary to modify the stirring arms? If so, suggestions for doing so? I've seen a lot of people that use barrier strips from radio shack. However, after searching their website, I'm not sure they carry them anymore. Any other suggestions? Easier the better. Thanks!
boss99er Senior Member Joined: 25 Jan 2014 Posts: 50 Location: Omaha Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Sat Jan 25, 2014, 8:41pm Subject: Re: Building a Stir Crazy Suppentown Roaster. Question
I'm in the process of building my own TC. I just posted a thread about it that I hope to keep updating as I go. Anywho, I'm also having to building a new agitator. I probably wont do much anymore tonight, but tomorrow I'll be trying to rig something up. I'll keep you updated if you keep me updated! :-)
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