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    Swigin,
    I have the box, all 3 are in the box. I will ship on Wed the18th Please take the time to post when you receve the package so that all will know you have them. they should work well for your aplacation as they did mine.

    Thanks: Cliff(SC)

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    Thanks to Wallpaperman for sending out the clamps so quick. I must of received them on Saturday the 21 but i didn't see that i got them till today.

    So if anyone needs the Gib clamps I have them and should be done with them within a week.

    thanks
    Wayne

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    Default small manual impact driver

    Quote Originally Posted by Silvermine View Post
    John;

    Where did you get the manual impact driver? I've got one, purchased from Sears, but it is big, way too big to use on lathe screws. Your's looks like a baby version of mine. Thanks for the help.
    I have one from Harbor Freight

    http://search.harborfreight.com/cpis...iver&Submit=Go

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by drylakemachine
    Wanye, Just checking to see if you still have the dovetail clamps,Up coming project,don't need them just yet
    jim

    Yes, they will be sent out tomorrow.

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    Sent out to above member on 1-25-10.

    Please post here when you receive them and good luck.

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    Default Headstock refurb: Flex-Hones to lend

    (Just realized this sticky was here so reposting)

    I recently rebuilt--tried anyway--my headstock and purchased these two Flex-Hones:



    These are McMaster #'s 4424A32 & 4424A28, 2" and 1.5", 180 grit. Cost $47.93

    As far as I can tell they have a lot of life left in them and I don't want to sell them in case what I did doesn't last; so, if they are of use to anyone here I'd like to lend them. Just cover postage and return them within a couple of weeks.

    From what I gathered online and from Flex-Hone these aren't meant to rebore the journals, just smooth them. They were pretty easy to use.

    Disclaimer: I'm a beginner and spent some time researching what to do after my spindle seized. After a few hours of running everything seems to be fine--but I have little experience and maybe am not too picky or just don't know how to check well enough so no claims are being made that these will work for you or even that they are the right way to go.

    Just wanted to try and give something back for all that I learn here and the help received.

    Gary

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    Default dovetail clamps

    Wayne. I recieved the clamps today.That was quick ,now if only the slide didnt get lost. thanks jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by drylakemachine View Post
    Wayne. I recieved the clamps today.That was quick ,now if only the slide didnt get lost. thanks jim
    Glad you got them so fast. Was the box damaged and parts missing? I don't know what you mean by slide.

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    Default clamps

    Wayne ,No problem with the box ,looked like it was just hand carried accross the street.A t -slot cross slide.Next project among many.
    tHanks jim
    I'll let you all know when I'm done with them.

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    Default Ferrous Antiquos you have a PM

    Ferrous Antiquos I sent you a PM.
    Thanks

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    Default spreader clamps

    I'm finished with the gib clamps,pm me and they will be shipped out.
    jim

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    Default removing spindle oiler tubes

    Does any one have a tool that will raise the spindle oiler tube on a 10L

    Your help is much appreciated.
    Bruce

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    Default Need #1 Morse Taper Reamer

    I recently purchased a spindle with a #1 Morse taper and need to "clean-up" the taper. Does anybody have a #1 Morse reamer that they would be willing to loan. Shipping should be about $5.00 each way and I don't see that they can be bought for anything near $10.00.

    Thank you, John.

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    John, you have PM.

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    Default Wow!

    I'm new here and just wanted to say that this is quite a group. Why can't more folks be more like machinists!

    Dennis

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    Jim .. Drylakemachine,

    Hello do you know who has the gib spreaders for the t-slot cross feed. I am working on one and could use them soon.

    ED S

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    Default gib spreaders

    Ed. yes i still have them. PM me your mailing address and I'll get them shipped out your way.
    jim

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    Jim, You have a PM

    Ed S

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    Seeing as my 9C is not runing yet, I took the lazy way out and picked up a 1.5-8 tap not long ago. If anyone needs it, shoot me a PM or an email.



    Andy
    is that a tap on my windowsill. or am I just happy to be here?

    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 1_5-8-tap.jpg  

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    Default Test Bar - For Loaner?

    Does anyone have a loaner test bar for aligning headstock and tail-stock?


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