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  1. #21
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    I'm planning on doing something this weekend....I'm thinking a top round roast smoked, then sliced for sammies....stay tuned.
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  2. #22
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    Default Slicer

    Awsome restoration job on the slicer. i have the exact same one and i'm thinking of doing the same thing. i was going to go with white even though the black would go better with my primo oval grill. i,m going to try to attach pics of mine but don't know if it will be sucessfull
    DSCN3907.jpgDSCN3918.jpgDSCN3921.jpgDSCN3877.jpgDSCN3876.jpg
    Last edited by Joneser; 05-24-2011 at 07:02 AM. Reason: rearragned pics

  3. #23
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    Great looking slicer! I prefer the black for my needs. Looks like your slicer is in really good shape. Looking forward to your progress.
    You should go here and tell us about you and what you're cooking with...and experience.
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  4. #24
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    Default Hobart 110 slicer

    Looks great! Did you find out the exact year of manufacture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raroo View Post
    Looks great! Did you find out the exact year of manufacture?
    As far as I can tell, it's a 1939. Called Hobart and they said their records didn't go back that far....
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  6. #26
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    Default hobart 110

    I believe they were making these in 1935 also. I have a 210 purchased at a flea market for $75 a few years back-just needed a good cleaning + it ran fine. Some people use vegetable oil on the shaft, that's a big mistake due to it will gum up horribly after time. The 210 I bought was like that. There is a food grade lube made for that type of item.
    Do you need a manual or anything else for it?

  7. #27
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    Thanks for the offer!
    I have the manual for it. the only thing I need for it is the gripper that holds the meat. The claw with the 2 screws. I still use it without, but it would be so much nicer with that claw.

    On a side note: We went antiquing a month or so ago and we saw a newer 110 and I was poking around it and pulled the back blade guard door open to find b whole bunch of rotten gunk built up behind the blade...they were asking $250 for it.
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  8. #28
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    Default hobart 110

    $250 sounds about avg from what I've run across. If I should run across a parts only 110 I will probably buy it + let you know what's there. 1 Question about this site: I am new here + just getting into smoking etc. I don't know what forum to post this inquiry to. The pic is of a gutted bread proofer, solid aluminum + I want to build it into a smoker. Any help is appreciated.

    I sort of collect old Hobart stuff-drives the ole lady crazy.
    Unable to attach pic-file to large-I'll have to figure out how to shrink it-I'm not computer literate.

  9. #29
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    No problem...just click "forum" up in the top left corner of the page and scroll down until you get to the section that sounds close to what you are looking for or just put it in the pickle barrel and click "post a new message" in at the top and title it and start typing away.
    You might want to go to the C'mon in and sit down forum and introduce yourself. You can find that there under forums too.
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  10. #30
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    I've decided to sell this slicer and offer it here before I list it on Craigslist.
    There's nothing wrong with it, I just don't use it as much as I thought I would and it's taking up room in my small house.
    PM me if you are interested. This is a one of a kind slicer, I've done my research and the price is fair.
    I'm asking $600 plus shipping. Firm.
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