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Old 05-21-2019, 01:57 PM
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Default Meat grinder - small or large? (#8 or #32)

I was looking at picking up a LEM #8 Big Bite grinder 0.35 HP) but also have a chance to get a LEM #32 barely used, off a mutual friend for cheap. Any thoughts or recommendations?

My only thought after seeing it was that the #32 issue too big! The main grinder attachment is much larger than a standard #8, so I'm not sure whether that would ever be an issue in case I wanted to add on any attachments down the road.

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Bigger is better
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Old 05-21-2019, 03:01 PM
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It depends on how much you plan on using it and how much meat you plan to grind. I would buy the 32# from you if you only wanted/needed the 8#er if the price is right.
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