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Guy who makes new Lunkenheimer mixers


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Old 11-14-2012, 11:34:11 PM
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Default Guy who makes new Lunkenheimer mixers

Hi to all. I thought I left a note here some time ago but maybe I dreamed it.... Oh well. I am trying to find the name, email, or ph # of the man that makes new "lookalike" Lunkenheimer mixers. I need one for an engine and would like to contact him.

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I think it is Cory Bell, but i have no contact info. skip
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http://www.abtc.us/CLASSIFIEDS.html

cory bell makes them as well this is the email i have for him not sure if its right though

corbel1@cox.net
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