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    RyanPitch is offline Plastic
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    Default 10k bore through spindle question

    Do all 10K lathes have a 1" bore through spindle or were some of them made smaller?

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    I just measured my 10K spindle bore, and it's .867". The lathe is from 1987.

    Blob

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    alan speyrer is offline Hot Rolled
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    I have a 1984 10k, and my spindle bore is also .867"

    Quote Originally Posted by Blob View Post
    I just measured my 10K spindle bore, and it's .867". The lathe is from 1987.

    Blob

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    I think SBTed said they made 1 10K with the big spindle bore...Bob
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    All the 10Ks had the same spindle bore. Even the D1-4 spindle.
    Ted

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBLatheman View Post
    All the 10Ks had the same spindle bore. Even the D1-4 spindle.
    Ted
    Thats right it had a different nose. Thanks Ted...Bob
    Bob Wright Metal Master Fab
    Salem, Ohio Birthplace of the Silver and Deming Drill, all others are copies.

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