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Stainless steel stuffing tubes

Postby petit couchon » Tue Aug 29, 2017 11:28 am

Hi all,
Could anyone tell me if the SS tubes from weschenfelder (link below) fit the hobby stuffer from the site shop.

http://www.weschenfelder.co.uk/butchers ... zzles.html

Thanks in advance.
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Re: Stainless steel stuffing tubes

Postby petit couchon » Tue Sep 12, 2017 4:48 pm

Just answered my own question, I received the SS tubes in the post today and there exactly the same size as the plastic ones so if anyone is interested you can buy these with confidence for your hobby stuffer, nice quality as well, that's me stuffing this weekend.
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Re: Stainless steel stuffing tubes

Postby wheels » Tue Sep 12, 2017 4:53 pm

Thanks for posting this. I've no doubt that it will help other people.

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Re: Stainless steel stuffing tubes

Postby TonyE » Mon Oct 16, 2017 12:56 pm

Hi

I have been trying to source some stainless steel stuffing tubes for my hobby stuffer, I looked on the Weschenfelder site and enquired what the diameter of the flange was?? i.e. the wide bit at the end where it connects to the stuffer. Rob at Weschenfelder was very helpful and informed me that the flange was 50+ mm(cannot remember the exact size) Unfortunately my hobby stuffer requires a flange diameter of 38-40mm.
Petit - if you read this message, would you mind telling me what size of flange is on the S.S. tubes you bought, if they are 40mm I would like to buy some as well.

Thanks - T
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Re: Stainless steel stuffing tubes

Postby DanMcG » Wed Oct 18, 2017 8:14 am

38-40 mm is a common size for tubes in the States, for the small five pound stuffers.
https://www.sausagemaker.com/Set-of-3-S ... 8-1114.htm

I'm sure some supplier would ship overseas but it might be expensive
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Re: Stainless steel stuffing tubes

Postby TonyE » Wed Oct 18, 2017 8:40 am

You are right there Dan

I found what I needed on their Web site but shipping from the U.S. it doubles the cost of the item, shame really because they have a fantastic selection over there, much more so than in the U.K.
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Re: Stainless steel stuffing tubes

Postby petit couchon » Thu Nov 09, 2017 7:06 am

TonyE wrote:Hi

I have been trying to source some stainless steel stuffing tubes for my hobby stuffer, I looked on the Weschenfelder site and enquired what the diameter of the flange was?? i.e. the wide bit at the end where it connects to the stuffer. Rob at Weschenfelder was very helpful and informed me that the flange was 50+ mm(cannot remember the exact size) Unfortunately my hobby stuffer requires a flange diameter of 38-40mm.
Petit - if you read this message, would you mind telling me what size of flange is on the S.S. tubes you bought, if they are 40mm I would like to buy some as well.

Thanks - T

Sorry for the late reply, the flange is 53mm.
Hope this helps.
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