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Krex1010
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Think it was mentioned but i lay all my meat and beef fat on cookie sheets and put them in the freezer, I flip it around a bit until the meat and fat are partially frozen. If possible put your grinder parts in the fridge or freezer as well. When they hear up take a break and cool them down. The other thing is to make sure your push rod is just barely smaller in diameter than the feed tube, this will help keep things moving. Mine was too small and the meat pushed up around it when I did my second grind. Temp is the key, though, do whatever you can to keep things cold.

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