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  1. Hi Steve, Can you post the link to the mention on the other forum? I do not care if other forums get linked, mentioned, or talked about here. I am not able to find such a coil being made for the Gold Bug Pro or Teknetics G2 (same detector). I fact I can't even find a 14" x 12" Excelerator coil for anything. There is a 15" x 12" but not for the GPB. Kellyco is the Excelerator dealer at http://www.kellycodetectors.com/excelerator/EXcelleratorMain.htm Love the depth diagrams there - what a joke! As a general rule do not expect depths on coin size targets with a VLF to much exceed the na
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  2. Commercially, rock crushing is done in multiple steps. You should consider the same type of set up. My suggestion is that you consider a small jaw or cone crusher that will take 4 inch minus and take it down to 1/2 minus, then take the 1/2 minus and use your existing crusher to go down to minus 100. A big commercial mine would probably use a jaw to go from 24" minus to around 3 inches, a cone to go from 3 to about 1/2 and a ball mill to go from 1/2 to whatever the goal is - 100 mesh or whatever.
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