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    Can anyone tell me about this machine? Its model 04TLC-700A. I just got it and don't know much.

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    Could you post some dimensions and other information? Possibly a photo?

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    The model number is probably the 700, the other part makes no particular sense.

    If it is a Monkey Wards metal lathe, it should be a Logan, and probably will resemble this


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    Monkey wards lathes are usualy logans.

    The little pull knob on the headstock is a dead give away its not a south bend.

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    Well, now I've seen pics of the machine including the nameplate, and it is a Logan.

    And the model number is exactly as given above.....I guess Monkey Wards added some numbers. The 04TLC part is right on the plate.

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    The wards lathes were made by Logan. There is a logan lathe group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lathe-list/

    Contact Scott at Logan and he will give you information on the lathe and sell you the manual.
    lg
    no neat sig line

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    It IS a Montgomery Ward lathe. I just bought one with the same model number. It has a 10 inch swing.

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    Thanks to everyone for the help with this lathe. I found the place that sells all the parts for it. (though NOT cheap)

    Again, thank you all for your help.


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