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    metalmagpie is offline Hot Rolled
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    Default 4" model makers dividing head, US made (Seattle)

    Marvin dividing head, US made. In wooden storage box with accessories. Includes manual pages. See a scan of the manpages here: http://www.tinyisland.com/images/tem...vidingHead.pdf

    Accessories include tailstock, faceplate, 3-jaw chuck, 4-jaw chuck, dog driver, extra dividing plates. Set has all 3 dividing plates.

    This head and tailstock are keyed for 3/8" table slots so they fit perfectly on a 7" Atlas shaper, or any machine with 3/8" slots. The dividing head can be set up horizontally, vertically, or any angle in between. Has 1MT spindle taper and 1-10 spindle thread, so 6" Atlas lathe accessories will fit it.

    $365 includes shipping to continental US.

    To respond, please email gwe AT tinyisland DOT com, thanks!

    http://www.tinyisland.com/images/tem...vidingHead.jpg
    http://www.tinyisland.com/images/temp/marvinBoxOpen.jpg
    http://www.tinyisland.com/images/tem...nBoxClosed.jpg

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    PeteM is offline Diamond
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    The faceplate and two chucks, alone, look to be worth your price. An especially good deal for someone with a 1"-10 lathe.

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    Pm being sent

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    Thanks for the overwhelming response! The item has sold. - MM

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    rosie is offline Hot Rolled
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    Venting or not, you'd think the first person to reply to the listing/thread, that everyone sees, should have first chance at something.

    Guess some people don't work that way.

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    PeteM is offline Diamond
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    To be fair, the OP asked that replies be sent to his email address instead of either here or a PM.

    It does simplify things though if the first responder also notes their interest here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosie View Post
    Venting or not, you'd think the first person to reply to the listing/thread, that everyone sees, should have first chance at something.

    Guess some people don't work that way.
    Quote Originally Posted by metalmagpie View Post
    To respond, please email gwe AT tinyisland DOT com, thanks!
    Emailing like the seller asked for may have helped.
    Andy

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    Frank R is online now Hot Rolled
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy FitzGibbon View Post
    Emailing like the seller asked for may have helped.
    Andy
    I agree completely!

    When I tell people to EMAIL me it is so I can be fair to all. I sell to the first person who emails me. I don't have time to compare who answered first by posting, or PM, or email.

    Follow the instructions and be happy. If you don't follow the instructions you have no right to complain.

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