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Topic: More on Premium Burrs (3 msgs / 78 lines)
1) From: Robert Yoder
Hello, excellent group,
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Are Duranium, Titanium, etc., burrs available for the Mazzer Mini?  Are the=
y Mazzer?  Where does one find them? Where are OE burrs to be found? If bur=
rs are purported to be OE, how can I tell?
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Thank you, thank you.
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Happy grinding,
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robert yoder
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2) From: raymanowen
"If burrs are purported to be OE, how can I tell?"
Who cares if they're OEM parts, as long as they are guaranteed to fit your
grinder exactly. Ill fitting parts would soon be the subject of conversation
here and elsewhere.
Many different companies make non-OEM automotive speed parts. Everything
from tires and special rims, piston rings and high compression pistons to
long duration camshafts and tappets, programmable EMS computers- the list is
endless of non-OEM automotive stuff that fits and is bolt-on emissions
legal.
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
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3) From: Frank Parth
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Fitting is one thing, functioning as expected is totally different. I for one would certainly pay more for OEM parts 
since I expect them to not only fit, but work properly.
There's no guarantee on the quality of aftermarket parts. I've bolted on too many poorly made car parts because they 
were all I could afford when I was younger. They never worked as well/lasted as long as if I bought OEM parts.
Frank, also aka Opa.
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