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    That´s what I did.

    Now I sent you a PM within here, let´s see if that works out.

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    I have a Holbrook model c no10 in Houston Texas forsale if anyone's interested pm me will text pictures and all info it does work.

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    Or can email me at (my username(@gmail.com

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    Luckely Ballen gets his advice for free
    If he had to pay a dime/hr to all he would have nothing left for the lathe itself

    Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter from Holland View Post
    Luckely Ballen gets his advice for free
    If he had to pay a dime/hr to all he would have nothing left for the lathe itself

    Peter
    Well.... it is "PM", so lots of folks gained something or other from this thread.

    Milacron has finally deposited the check I sent for the HBX-360-BC, so he'll soon have room for a 'fresher' toy to fix up and offer. Those projects of his usually educate, so 'the beat goes on'.

    THIS thread was what got me to even LOOK for one, as I knew they were good lathes, if odd, and had been recommending them for 'a while' for others to add to their "shortlist".

    Why not put money where keyboard had been? Why not, indeed! So now I own one.

    Going forward, this thread is in PM's database, so 'many' folk may benefit from the exchange of pro and con on a dozen and more lathes

    Even if the OP decides to wait a year ... or "forever", to purchase HIS choice, the benefit of the evaluation process he initiated endures.

    PM at what it does best. Sharing.

    I'd class that "win-win".

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