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Item 163373
Model AW-CP04

WoodRiver - Salt Shaker & Pepper Mill Grinder Mechanism Turning Kit Black Nickel

$7.25

No more passing the salt and pepper separately – you can do it in one motion with this salt shaker and pepper grinder all in one beautifully turned body. This WoodRiver® Kit features high quality...

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No more passing the salt and pepper separately – you can do it in one motion with this salt shaker and pepper grinder all in one beautifully turned body. This WoodRiver® Kit features high quality adjustable ceramic grinding mechanisms for grinds from coarse to fine and will provide many years of use. Filling the mill couldn’t be easier. Unthread the finial cap, remove shaker cover and fill with salt; lift the shaker knob and fill the chamber with peppercorns; reassemble and you are ready to go. Kit requires turning stock 2-3/4" x 2-3/4" x 8", 1-1/16" forstner bit, and 1-1/2" forstner bit, all sold separately.

Features:

• Salt and pepper in one convenient mill

• 3" x 3" x 8" minimum size turning stock required (sold separately)

• 1-1/16" forstner bit and 1-1/2" forstner bit required (sold separately)

• Finial adjusts to allow for coarse to fine granules

• Durable black nickel finish

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    Works well, but watch your dimensions

    The metal shaft (H) is the determining factor. I remeasured the turned parts and all were correct. This leave just 1 thread to screw the adjustment knob (G) and the shaker cap (F) rattled. I removed about 3/16" from the top of the grinder adapter (E) and all fits well. My suggestion is to test fit all parts as a whole before finishing. I tested the top and the base separately. Also, the 5 screws are very close to the inner edge, so don't over sand. Otherwise all went well.

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