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Old 11-06-2013, 06:51:13 PM
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My son got a 1 3/4 Hercules last year and the seller gave him a burr. I was wondering if anyone knows the manufacture and possible year. The internals are there but the shaft is missing. Thanks for any help.
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I just went and looked at one I have that looks the same as yours. It is made by the Enterprise Mfg. Co. Made in Philadelphia.

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Here is a link to a thread I posted a while back when I got mine. I have seen them both ways as far as some had red pin stripes and others seem to have had yellow. Hope this helps you out! By the way, I'm in eastern NC if you ever want to swing by and take a look at mine.

http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showth...nterprise+corn

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