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Product DescriptionMake your own sausage at home. To operate the sausage stuffer, simply turn the crank handle. Featuring a nylon gear kit and sturdy stainless-steel base. Comes equipped with a removable cylinder for quick, easy cleanup. Can be mounted to your kitchen countertop with the use of clamps (not included). Includes 3/4", 7/8" and 1" plastic stuffing tubes. Cylinder measures 8"H x 4-7/8"W.
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Q:i would like to buy this stuffer but there is ALOT of concern over the nylon gears...........what has Gander done to improve this product?Asked on 11/25/2009 by kevin from rochester,mn
A:The gears are not vary good. This is the secoend seseon for mine and the gears have striped half way though my snack stick mix.Answered on 12/2/2009 by Billy from Wisconsin
Q:Where can i purchase the replacement gears for this product.Asked on 11/11/2009 by Jerd Paterson from Rugby, ND
Q:My daughter bought this product for me for a christmas present. I wanted to turn some old deer into sausage and I found out that all 3 tubes were missing. Can I order the tubes. I should get 3 for free since my daughter paid for them but at this point I'll buy them if I can. Thanks, DadAsked on 7/25/2009 by dad from danville, il
A:contact Gander mountain about the missing stuffing tubes. We had a few problems with the stuffer and for the most part they were great about it. Unfortunaley we did end returning the stuffer because the nylon gears went out. Two teeth broke. You should be able to purchase stuffing tubes through almost any butcher supply company. Open up your local telephone book, or use internet. You will be surprised how many you find. Matter a fact we purchased a 3/8 stainless steel stuffing tube through a butcher shop. It works great for sticks. Good luck. TammyAnswered on 8/10/2009 by Tammy from Isanti, Mn
Q:Does this stuffer have an air valve release that pushes air out the top instead of into the casing?Asked on 11/30/2008 by Sue from Little Suamico, WI
A:I have emailed the manufacture (for a 100% answer) but to the best of my knowledge it does have the air release on it.Answered on 12/11/2008 by Spencer from Gander Mountain
A:Yes there is a air release in the top but it doesn't let all of the air out so you still may get some air in your casings.Answered on 9/28/2009 by Tim from Erie, Pa
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