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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote A close up of the trays running normally . Notice the #3 tray feeding a little slower.We were having a cloth issue, so we adjusted the feed rate lower until we fixed it. Video Rating: / 5


  • Montagnard Bylka 1 year ago

    hi, what is the lifetime of the dry washer 151S ? 6 months? 1 year ? or more ???. we can exceeds 2 tons per hour ?? if yes, how many 2,2 tons, 2,5 tons ?? (i have the informations in official site keene)

  • Iron 1 year ago

    I'd love to meet you guys this summer when I take care of another gold retrieval "issue". Going to move to Arizona and would like to get used to all of the dry washing pros and cons. Till then… love that you finally used a mini track hoe 😛

  • USMiner 1 year ago

    Awesome, love watching the entire operation. Camera quality is great too. Hope you guys see many pounds more!

  • DARKSIDE 13 1 year ago

    Any tips for someone planning to start looking for gold. I live in Arizona as well. And recently just got a metal detector for Christmas.

  • Brother's Gold Mining & Prospecting 1 year ago

    Great vid guys, I like to see other small scale miners like me! I work on the Palmer river in Australia with a small wet wash plant.Hope you guys get loads of Gold for 2017! Keep the vids coming! A Sub and a like from me!

  • Mag Fniller 1 year ago

    Horse shit …… all youre vid ARE rubbish. DO this comment look familiar

  • MIgardener | Simple Organic Gardening & Sustainable Living 1 year ago

    Lets see a cleanout! Amazing set up!

  • mikep95133 1 year ago

    So you guys are on BLM land not private land? You guys are always pushing the technology so the rest of us can learn from you !! Can't wait to hear how long you worked this area and how much gold you found. Not sure you can measure it in buckets anymore !! Great work !!!

  • Neil Young 1 year ago

    Love your videos. I've been out to the area in Arizona that you guys frequent. I was just wondering if you needed to get any permits to use the equipment that you're using

  • Se7enTowers 1 year ago

    I never knew you could dry wash until I started watching your videos which I find very interesting, (only ever watched Gold Rush the tv series) in the Yukon which is cracker. I know it must be just hard work for you guys but I just love the scenery around you. Thanks for taking the time to lets us see. GL

  • joseph lepage 1 year ago

    Love the videos… I'm in British Columbia canada. live in a pretty dry area. will these dry washers work if there is a bit of moisture in the dirt? would I have to run tailings a few times? was hoping to run a some dirt from a creek bed that only runs in spring. good luck guys.

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