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Old 10-05-2012, 05:59   #26
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Originally Posted by VN350X10 View Post
Raytech has motors built for them, & they are NOT friendly to deal with on the consumer level. They actually built the Lyman 2500 & 3200 series tumblers.
I have a 3200 that is currently setting, dead, as neither Raytech or Lyman has any interest in supplying a replacement motor.
Dillon isn't real good about it either, I have one of their older large (forget the model#) tumblers not running. They've changed suppliers over the years.

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Dillon will replace the motor but by the time you buy the replacement motor and ship the tumbler back to Dillon it is almost the cost of just buying a new tumbler.
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Old 10-05-2012, 20:03   #27
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Last time I called Dillon about it, they said that there were no replacement motors avaliable for the model I have.

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Old 10-07-2012, 21:42   #28
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I have a Lyman Autoflo 2200 that has been wonderful the past 10 years. I vote vibratory cleaner all the mess or fuss, unless you spill the bowl, or leave it unattended while emptying.
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Old 10-08-2012, 17:37   #29
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I prefer a 8inch....oh nvm. I use a lyman Tumbler...havent had any issues and gets my cases clean enough with some lizard bedding and a cap of Nu Finish!

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