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    apologize for the quality of those pictures, but my lens is all gacked up, need a new phone...

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    That looks awesome. You must be right about it being a low run time lathe.

    Now if I could find a camlock spindle for a 16 that nice to duplicate..

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    hey, haven't forgotten you v8, but I couldn't have shipped this week anyway. Old dominion wants 483.00 for the pallet with 2 crates, so only 10 dollars saved, let me know if you want to try alternate shipping methods.

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    I'm sorry I didn't see this earlier. If I don't text or call you tomorrow, give me a shout. We will hammer it out right away.

    Thanks!

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    V8, happy the crate got there intact, how much was Uship VS conventional shipping? (Just for general enlightenment).

    Looks like everything left is yours, if still interested.
    It would be good if the leadscrew and rack could find a home with someone who has that size lathe (77 3/4" overall on the screw).

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    Anyone?

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    What of the tailstock? Any idea of price and shipping for it? Thanks

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    The final cost was $135. If I had wanted to expedite the shipment it would have cost more, but I was in no rush. I couldn't be happier with the parts.

    Definitely interested in the rest of the parts. Let me know what you want to do. There must be someone that can use that leadscrew and rack. Anyone have a 7 foot bed 16, or 16/24?

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    I might be able to use that leadscrew. I have a 1943 16" 7 footer. The lead screw is 77-1/2" in length. Most of the wear on my leadscrew is between 30" to 40" from the gearbox end. dsc_2787crop.jpg What condition is your leadscrew in? Thanks.

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    The pic i posted for the rack is the most used area, the screw is correspondingly intact, if you have that bed length and can use the screw and rack, PM me,. just looking to get a good home for it, don't know what the shipping would be to you, but let's find out, perhaps the fact that we are both served by the USPS can be advantageous..

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    jf, the tailstock is available, no idea on the shipping, but it is HEAVY! near 75, 80 lbs without crate, I will check on price to NE, and see if it is reasonable..

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    I am looking for the end base cover, which is vented, looks like loovers and arched on top. The pic shows the style I need with bolt holes at 12 and 6 oclock.

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    Ok, yes I see, I will look in the morning and let you know.

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    Hi Arch, this shows the worst part of it, some little dings;

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    1.125-6 tpi, 77 1/2" oal

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    Texas, found the side cover! PM sent.

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    The lead screw looks good! LMK.

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    Hello, I know I am late to the game, but any chance you have the micrometers dial rings ( not sure correct term)
    Mine are in bad shape.

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    Thanks in advance.

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    yep, Ted's your guy for the dials, cheers!

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    I was curious what you have left, if you don't mind an update. I did read every page, but i was unclear if some stuff sold or not.

    Also an fyi, I saw some questions about how to ship some heavy items. I didn't see it mentioned, so I thought I might. Fastenal has some sort of deal that you can ship heavy parts from one of their stores to another, and the cost was reasonable for weight. I had a carriage and empty headstock for a 16" shipped on two separate small pallets, buyer pays shipping upon receiving at the receiving location, I'm thinking it was like $260.

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    Looking at my 16 I wouldn't need whole tailstock I need handwheel, nut,pin, tailstock screw and spindle. Mine is frozen or rusted together. If that would make package lighter which I am sure it would. I would also be interested in the compound screw with dials and handle. If you still have that mine is also frozen or rusted and can't seem to get either free.


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