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carbonfiberone
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Posted Tue Apr 29, 2014, 6:20pm
Subject: WTB: La povoni pre millenium 49 mm double basket
 

Anybody have a spare that they would like to sell ?

Thanks

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Posted Wed Apr 30, 2014, 4:15am
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Dear cfo,
You might be able to use an Elektra MCL double basket.  They are much less expensive and are also 49mm.  I use one with my premillenium LP and like it better than the stock LP double basket.  Stefano's Espresso Care has these new on special:
Click Here (espressocare.com)
I say might because not all of the premillenium portafilters are deep enough to accommodate the slightly taller MCL basket, but most seem to be.  To be sure, pay attention to the dimensions that Stafano thoughtfully provides when describing the basket, measure the depth of your portafilter at the periphery of its floor, not at the deeper center, and decide if you can use it.
Good Luck,
Buck
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carbonfiberone
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Posted Wed Apr 30, 2014, 8:16am
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Thanks Buckley

I have looked into the Elektra basket and would prefer to use it as it will give me the ability to up dose a little.In measuring my portafilter the  height is very close so I'm not positive that it will work.But at that price it's worth a shot.I could always cut the bottom out and make it bottomless.
Thanks again
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