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Yeah suspected the extra horses would solve the jamming although imagine a big enough solid would jam it too, but what a problem.:wink:

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Nice gear Tuna.

Met a bloke in the Pilbara with one. Poor bugger had quartz crush fever. He spent the time detecting, not looking for deep nuggets and patches.... but putting all his swinging time walking to likely quartz shows & tails looking for reefs.  "All I want is a little reef to crush" he lamented to me over a coffee. yep quartz crush fever watch out for it

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