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I recently picked up at an auction a Diamond Cabber by R and M. A tag on it reads: Roy's Rock Shop, 4952 River Road, Salem, Oregon 97303; a second tage reads: Hi Jolly Rockhound, 1 Blk N Hwy 95, Quartzsite, Arizona. It was fitted with an 8 inch diamond blade, but by scratch marks on the sides and bottom of the cooling pan I am thinking a 6 inch blade is better suited. All the cooling fittings and the drive belt (a rubber "O-ring" type )are missing. I'd like to know where I can find some information on refitting it for use. Because it's an older unit, does anyone know whether either of the two sources on the stuck on tags is still in operation?

From John D Gonzales-Lusk - June 22, 2008 at 13:46:03

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