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    Senior Member NO ChoP!'s Avatar
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    They have their own websites.

    Grizzly.com
    Kalamazooind.com

    Kalamazoo can be found at Jantz, Enco, Amazon, and a few other places as well.
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    Keep it in mind, most of those grinders are not available in Australia or you pay $$$$ for freight


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    Yeah I understand that I just want to see them so I can compare

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    Look for 72" belt versions so you can get a variety of belt and grit options ,little buddy or tag from Wilmott grinders was recommended to me by a knife maker


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    Little buddy and tag look amazing but they are only in america as far as I could see and one guy was shipping them over but selling them for 2200 dollars over here. Thats quite a lot

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