Ditting vs Bunn Grinders - Page 3

Grinders are one of the keys to exceptional espresso. Discuss them here.
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JohnB.
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#21: Post by JohnB. » Nov 11, 2012, 5:36 pm

For my Hario 5C Syphon I add 38.5g of beans & get 38.1G-38.2g back. What doesn't come out with the initial grinding will drop out later if you run the grinder briefly & hit the flap lever a few times. It's an extremely easy grinder to clean as a standard vac nozzle fits right into the hopper feed hole plus the entire adjustment assy./outer burr carrier comes out after removing 2 screws. If you are doing bulk grinding it still puts out 1lb every 30 seconds with the Ditting burrs.
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#22: Post by zombiecoffee » Jan 22, 2013, 5:02 pm

I am just tacking this onto thread instead of creating a new post since it pertains to the discussion on page 2.
"restaurant parts" sells the Bunn G 27 detent plate and the new sticker for the dial http://www.partstown.com/
BU11075.0100 Decal $8.30
BU11067.0001 Detent Plate $5.10
using THANKS9 got the shipping and handling down to $9.

these are for the Bunn g2 trifecta and fit all the g's.
Anyone can turn green beans brown...

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Chabeau

#23: Post by Chabeau » Jan 31, 2013, 5:54 pm

Thanks for the info Kurt.

Where did you guys pick up your 804 burrs? There are a couple places online but I'm just not sure which one to choose.

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#24: Post by JohnB. » Feb 01, 2013, 9:38 am

Mine came directly from Ditting USA. If you buy online make sure you are getting the newer "machined" burrs & not the older pressed style which I believe is still available.
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