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Goldfreak
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07 April 2021 08:08 pm

A thing of beauty imo inlove 1617785827_screenshot_20210407_182455.jpg The letrap sluices have a great shape for catching gold. They are not as rigid as they could be but I have plans to put this in a frame as a 12v high banker. I have done this before and know it works well. The sturdy little digging tool was complimentary so thank you to the Australian based ebay seller thumbsup

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Solid Luck
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07 April 2021 09:01 pm

Can we add to the the thread? I got somethig yesterday but still haven't opened it. And No. It's not a Gaytime icecream.. lol


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RM Outback
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07 April 2021 09:15 pm

Solid Luck wrote:

Can we add to the the thread? I got somethig yesterday but still haven't opened it. And No. It's not a Gaytime icecream.. lol

Open it the suspense is killing me tongue

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Goldfreak
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07 April 2021 09:15 pm

Solid Luck wrote:

Can we add to the the thread? I got somethig yesterday but still haven't opened it. And No. It's not a Gaytime icecream.. lol

The mind boggles. I will guess what it is and send you a pm lol

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07 April 2021 09:21 pm

Just hit quote on the link number and type your info into it.


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OzzieAu
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07 April 2021 09:31 pm

Goldfreak wrote:

A thing of beauty imo inlove https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … 182455.jpg The letrap sluices have a great shape for catching gold. They are not as rigid as they could be but I have plans to put this in a frame as a 12v high banker. I have done this before and know it works well. The sturdy little digging tool was complimentary so thank you to the Australian based ebay seller thumbsup

That looks like a shorter version of my Leschke digger mate.... they are a fantastic shovel thumbsup
1617791083_6f70c08e-7258-48e5-b917-164c9408788b.jpg
I also have a aluminium sluice bed that Patrick1 donated at the last Vic. labour day campout... it may suit to frame your Letrap sluice. I can send you a pic of it when I get back home on Friday. You’re welcome to it if the dimensions are suitable,
Cheers Adrian.


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07 April 2021 09:31 pm

Looks good goldfreak
I have read some good reviews on the letrap.
Keep us updated on how its first run goes pickshovel


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Solid Luck
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07 April 2021 09:34 pm

Well,it's not really alluvial gold prospecting related I suppose. A bit heavier than I thought. But it's worth it for all those coppers. Beats trying to dig a decent plug with a handheld tool.

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07 April 2021 09:36 pm

OzzieAu wrote:
Goldfreak wrote:

A thing of beauty imo inlove https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … 182455.jpg The letrap sluices have a great shape for catching gold. They are not as rigid as they could be but I have plans to put this in a frame as a 12v high banker. I have done this before and know it works well. The sturdy little digging tool was complimentary so thank you to the Australian based ebay seller thumbsup

That looks like a shorter version of my Leschke digger mate.... they are a fantastic shovel thumbsup
https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … 08788b.jpg
I also have a aluminium sluice bed that Patrick1 donated at the last Vic. labour day campout... it may suit to frame your Letrap sluice. I can send you a pic of it when I get back home on Friday. You’re welcome to it if the dimensions are suitable,
Cheers Adrian.

Thanks for the offer my fellow crow eater but I have already purchased the materials to do it and spot on it is a Lecshke digger.

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07 April 2021 09:44 pm

This is what I made once before and sold on gumtree years ago. It ran off big 12v bilge pump plugged into a SCA jump starter battery pack. I didnt bother having a classifying screen but used to pre classify in a tub down to 1cm before putting the material though it. Worked a treat. 1617792211_1494596778_20170512_234535.jpg

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07 April 2021 10:15 pm

Goldfreak wrote:

A thing of beauty imo inlove https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … 182455.jpg The letrap sluices have a great shape for catching gold. They are not as rigid as they could be but I have plans to put this in a frame as a 12v high banker. I have done this before and know it works well. The sturdy little digging tool was complimentary so thank you to the Australian based ebay seller thumbsup

Was it a one off listing?
I can't find one in aus on eBay...

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Goldfreak
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07 April 2021 10:26 pm

Potbelly11 wrote:
Goldfreak wrote:

A thing of beauty imo inlove https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … 182455.jpg The letrap sluices have a great shape for catching gold. They are not as rigid as they could be but I have plans to put this in a frame as a 12v high banker. I have done this before and know it works well. The sturdy little digging tool was complimentary so thank you to the Australian based ebay seller thumbsup

Was it a one off listing?
I can't find one in aus on eBay...

Hello. I sent a pm with the relevant info.


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