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wa8yxm

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Posted: 09/26/22 04:54am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The one "Complaint" I have about rock tumblers.. they are noisy.

So be sure to put a box around 'em something with good sound absorption padding.

When you titled the thred.. I thought of joke.. but it does not fit these forums so that's all folks.


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I had to laugh at this thread, I only wish my wife brought home a "few" rocks, no tumbler needed around here. I haul at least 300 lbs of rocks home every winter from AZ and in the summer haul about the same amount home from CO. Anyone need rocks let me know. LOL.


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Posted: 09/28/22 07:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Vette Racer wrote:

I had to laugh at this thread, I only wish my wife brought home a "few" rocks, no tumbler needed around here. I haul at least 300 lbs of rocks home every winter from AZ and in the summer haul about the same amount home from CO. Anyone need rocks let me know. LOL.


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Sort of why I posted the movie The long, Long Trailer which has a spot highlighting the collecting of rocks as you travel..

Its a classic funny movie..

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So never knew there were more DW out there that brought home bags of rocks. We were gone all summer and returned with 4 plastic bags full of rocks from all over. Large ones small ones, the tumbling idea did get into her mind but i think (i hope) its pasted.

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My Mother collected rocks every time they traveled. There were several bushel baskets full of rocks in the basement when we cleaned out her house.

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The only down side is they are fairly noisy.


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