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    Default 13 or 16 inch compound ID needed

    This came with a 9A I bought a few months ago. It sure looks like a newer South Bend part. I can't find anything on the casting numbers though. I want to put it on Ebay but need to ID it first. Can anybody help me?
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    measure the diameter of the dovetailed spud on the bottom

    But IIRC that c101 unit code says its a 10L compound.

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    Given the 'T' on the underside of the casting, I'd guess it is from a 13?

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    This page courtesy of Steve Wells site.
    With this you can positively identify by looking at the diminisions of both the compound itself and the hole size in the compound rest base(AKA cross slide)

    http://www.wswells.com/data/spec_sheet/5224.pdf

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    It's big, much much larger than my heavy 10 compound or the compound on my 12" Clausing 5900

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    Next to my heavy 10 compound. That's a 6" scale. The dovetail hub measures 2 3/4"

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    The pdf that iwannanew10k linked to identifies the compound as fitting a 16 inch lathe.

    The dovetail hub 2.75 and the width of the flat on top of 4.5 inches (dimensions R and Y in chart)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erich View Post
    The pdf that iwannanew10k linked to identifies the compound as fitting a 16 inch lathe.

    The dovetail hub 2.75 and the width of the flat on top of 4.5 inches (dimensions R and Y in chart)
    I couldn't open that link in my metal building, but I think you are correct. Thanks guys


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