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A.D. Baker Impact Mill


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Old 02-05-2011, 03:57:53 PM
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I am wondering if anyone has any literature on a A.D. BAKER Impact Mill.
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I used to have literature on a Scottdel impact mill. It was from the 1950's. When did Baker quit making repairs for locomotive valve gears?
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Is this the same as a hammer mill? If it is, I would also like to see some literature if anyone has some. Did Scottdell take over for A.D. Baker?
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Yes it is the same. Only place I've checked was with Sauder village and they didn't have any literature. I have an A.D. Baker impact mill and would just like to have some literature to go with it.
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Does anyone know who made the Sears Robuck hammer mills model # 801 1084. Thanks, Larry
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