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Unread 12-21-2011, 11:34 AM   #1
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Default Dry aging commercial meat locker $80.00

Just pulled nearly every part out of my TRUE GDM-10 scrubbed and 10% bleached it and now dialing in the 33-37F. temp. Range.

If anyone's interested please post,and I will continue.
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Hell yes I'm interested! How 'bout some pron?
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Good luck. Can you take pictures? Maybe one a day or every other day? It would make a interesting video recording.

Does you cooler have a glass door?
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After finding local dry aged prime prIme rib for $30.00 a lb. I started looking into getting $10-$15 prime prime rib and doing it myself.
This 10 cf. frig. Will hold two ribs up to 25" long.
Has a large fan above which is always on and holds 33-37F.
Now I need to get a hydrometer.

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Good luck. Can you take pictures? Maybe one a day or every other day? It would make a interesting video recording.

Does you cooler have a glass door?
GDM-10=Glass Door Merchandizer 10 cubic feet.
True did a SN look up and it was first used in a Rite-Aid 01-21-2001
It needed a door seal which is $51-$68.
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These units new are about $1400.00
USED Refebished are $500.00-$700.00
BUT That does not mean you cannot find one for much less as I did.
I found two locally for $500.00 and $650.00 then I found one sold at an auction for $115.00 IIRC so I kept looking and found mine,he was asking $120.00 but took $80.00.
BTW,this was all done yesterday.
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I would like to hear more, and see some Pictures too.!!!
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We can find that model in our area for about $250-300. $80 is a killer deal. Keep up the good work.
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We can find that model in our area for about $250-300. $80 is a killer deal. Keep up the good work.
Gotta go,questions will be answered later....
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Photos, pictures, images .....Please!!!... the anticipation is killing me...!!!!
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Photos, pictures, images .....Please!!!... the anticipation is killing me...!!!!
I used to use a laptop which I did post pix but now I just use an IPad and cell wi-fi so if anyone can help me figure out how to use a D40 or cell to iPad I can post.
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oh yeah, u have my attention as well. Bring on the photos!!!
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I'm guessing you're aiming for 33-37F for a holding temp. What RH% are you trying to achieve? Do you just age over time or are you looking for a specific % weight reduction? Sounds like a fun project!
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