Any thoughts about the Flesh-All mini flesher?

Submitted by Joe on 01/18/2003. ( ) 24.198.154.216

I'm considering buying the Flesh-All mini flesher. Has anybody had good or bad luck with it before I pony up the 200.00. Thanks for any input.

Joe

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Joe

This response submitted by George on 01/18/2003. ( georoof@aol.com ) 205.188.208.72

Click that orange icon over there to the left. You'll get more than your money's worth in advice on that one.


or try

This response submitted by Bill Yox on 01/18/2003. ( ) 64.12.96.198

SCROLLING back a week or two in the Industry section, the post is there...


mini-flesher

This response submitted by Ron V on 01/18/2003. ( ronv209@cs.com ) 64.12.96.198

Joe
I have been using one for a few years and like it a lot. I have never used any other machines so I can't compare it to them. Perhaps someone who has used several types will ofer better advice.
Good luck


put a little more

This response submitted by paul bunyan on 01/19/2003. ( ) 209.214.52.62

Put a little more money with what you are fixing to spend and get the dakotaIV from Van Dykes. Thats if you plan to do lots of commercial work. In around a years time I have seen many of these minifleshers on this site for sale, but have not seen many dakotas. You'll probally
buy a larger machine later anyway. I have a mini flesher now and can't wait to get a bigger machine. I wish that I had a computer when I bought it. Then I could have read what I learned the hard way with lots of thread. Good luck and spend your money 1 time.


mini flesher

This response submitted by cj on 01/19/2003. ( ) 64.12.96.198

Joe ive got one and just love it im just a hobbyist and plan to stay that way so it works out time is not important to me i like to take my time and do a nice job no doubt you will get your hides done alot faster with the big fleshers but for a hobbyist i think the mini flesher lets you do a nice job without the storage problem of a big flesher and the expense


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