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    Default WTS Carlton radial drill

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    WTS this Carlton Radial Drill. Its serial number is OA18 4' arm 9" column. I am told its from 1935 thereabouts. You can see in the pics that it has a different base , that's how we got it. Forward and reverse is by drum switch no lever. 4 MT taper spindle and wired 220 3 ph. The drill table is a home built one that I have with taped holes so I would like to keep it but would throw in the one from another Carlton we have so that's the reason for the picture of the table. At times there is an issue with it not staying in gear at high speeds, but I just ran it and it seemed fine so I don't know what to say about that just putting it out there. Asking $500 OBO, we can load. If anyone needs more pictures let me know. Thanks mike

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    Any interest at all ? Mike

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    That's an impulse price, but I've got to control my impulses for the next year.

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    Saw this drill when I dropped in to see Mike.
    Decent shape and convenient size.
    After running a 6 ft. American as an apprentice years ago I'd
    call this one a 'pocket drill'

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveBausch View Post
    That's an impulse price, but I've got to control my impulses for the next year.
    January first is not far off.

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    great value for the money.

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    Where at in Illinois are you located?
    I may be interested.

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    I'm about 9-10 miles east of Dwight, IL . Dwight is on 55. Mike

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    Seems like quite the value to me if it's in working shape, wish I had a smaller radial like this.

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    Interested! How tall overall?
    Will be traveling that way Jan. 19th ish
    Can you text me your number?
    (515)250-5130

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    It's about 7' and a half foot tall. Texting you my number. Mike

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    If there is anyone interested and wants to see it run, please let me know . It is hooked up and running and I know there are guys that have said they may stop by later this month and or next month . If this is the case then that's great I can wait, but if no one is coming then it is going to be taken outside for space in the shop. Just asking so I can plan. Thanks. Mike

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    I would like to bump this just to show it one more time before it goes. Thanks. Mike

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    If I had room I would jump on this. You might want to take a video of it running before you unhook it from power so you can show a prospective buyer how it runs.

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    to many tanks of fuel away for me I have been looking for a small radial drill ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by kensmachine View Post
    to many tanks of fuel away for me I have been looking for a small radial drill ken
    Limited here by an 8-foot one-inch overhead, I've been salivating since last summer. Even with an 800 mile each way estimated $1500 - $2000 all-rented go-fetch.

    However .. lack of FWD-STOP-REV bar and clutch that I can creep or 'feather' is a non-starter for me on a high-flexibility radial DP. Fixed-purpose machine akin to a second-op lathe vs general purpose if you will.

    Suspect I may not be the Lone Ranger on that particular detail.


    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monarchist View Post
    However .. lack of FWD-STOP-REV bar and clutch that I can creep or 'feather' is a non-starter for me on a high-flexibility radial DP. Fixed-purpose machine akin to a second-op lathe vs general purpose if you will.

    Suspect I may not be the Lone Ranger on that particular detail.


    Bill
    Your not alone....

    My old radial was an "all electric" and the swapped out for, Taiwan smaller one (3' arm) is yet another "Bang Bang" model.

    The Carlton's at work were clutched and were great for that there reason alone.

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    I know what you guys mean, the other radials I have do have the clutch handle and I prefer them . I wrote to guy in the Heavy iron section that has a OA to see if he could use any parts and I will probably just scrap it. I just hate to see old iron go like that but if it's just going to sit outside then what's the point. Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by romie24 View Post
    I know what you guys mean, the other radials I have do have the clutch handle and I prefer them . I wrote to guy in the Heavy iron section that has a OA to see if he could use any parts and I will probably just scrap it. I just hate to see old iron go like that but if it's just going to sit outside then what's the point. Mike
    I sent a link to a Harold P. on pirate4x4.com, has he contacted you? Seemed interested.
    Last edited by [486]; 01-11-2017 at 10:45 PM. Reason: last name redacted

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    No , a guy named Harold wanted me to text him my number which I did but never heard from him. Thanks


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