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Pulleys and Parts?


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Old 10-09-2009, 12:20:52 AM
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Loved the picture of the pincor engine and transmission. When I was young we had one very similar on a mower. A neat feature was that the transmission had a reverse selection on the reel drive so you could lap the reel useing the engine for power, no need to pull a wheel and use an adaptor and electric motor. It went to the iron man while I was in RVN. Probably wouldn't have made any difference if I hadn't been. Used it to mow our lawn and others too. I do have a Briggs 8BH that I used in the early '60's to mow with. Had quite a string of lawns.

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Does anybody have a good ice cream recipe?
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Hi I can't see pictures what type of gearboxes are people using thanks.
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Does anybody have a good ice cream recipe?
Here ya go:

Chocolate Ice Cream

3/4 cup whole milk
1 cup heavy cream
1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla extract

Whisk together milk, cocoa powder, and sugar to combine. The sugar and cocoa should close to completely dissolved. Stir in heavy cream and vanilla extract. Refrigerate the chocolate ice cream base for at least 30 minutes before putting it in your ice cream maker, so it is completely cold. This will help it freeze faster, improving the texture, and allow the cocoa powder to become fully hydrated by the milk and cream.

Give the ice cream base one more gentle stir and freeze according to the directions of your ice cream maker.
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When making ice cream using "real" heavy cream rather than a store bought mix , you have to be careful not to turn it too fast. I remember when I was younger I was given the job of cranking the maker. Thinking I would hurry it up I turned it too fast and ended up with small chips of butter all through the ice cream. Ron
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