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Looking for Hit & Miss Ice Cream Freezer


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Old 07-10-2005, 10:14:43 PM
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I have a 1.5 HP IHC Hit and Miss and want to hook it up to an ice cream freezer. Can anyone tell me where I can get an ice cream freezer or what type pulley/cluthes are required?
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Default Re: Looking for Hit & Miss Ice Cream Freezer

Amish-Maid.com/wagons.htm or phone #517-857-3629.
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You can get everything you need right here on Harry's Sponsor page!

http://www.7springsranch.com/icecream.htm
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Thanks for the help. I believe we will be ordering one shortly.
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Default Re: Looking for Hit & Miss Ice Cream Freezer

There is a place in Baltic Ohio that makes complete single or double units powered by 1 1/2 HP engines. He also sells all the parts and supplies needed. See his ads in the GEM magazine. (740-623-8658) People have shown up at shows in Ohio with the units and usually they are so busy that the double is needed.
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