'89 Toyota V6 4x4, with a fresh engine. Here's a little video of me going to pick up material - I've got a couple other videos up as well, mostly metal fab, with some simple lathe work.
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Good eye, Jim. The machine came to me four years ago without that clutch lever. I tried to find an OEM replacement, with no luck, and I have not made a replacement. Its got a 5/16 bolt in there now. The hand wheel has also been repaired, and I have a perfect replacement for that as well...
Your drill could go into a drill bushing, which will be in the properly sized holder. Its that, or run a chuck, which will be held by a holder. Problem with chucks is the space they take up. Good luck.
Jon, not sure if this helps, but I have a 1978 HC. The turret plate is about .900 thick. .644 is the approximate depth from the top of the plate to the bottom of the T slot, which is about .330 thick.
"The standard is how much rust the consumer is willing to accept on the steel."
I'm with Hammbosky on this one. Its up to you. 80%, yes...way too much. Please discuss the issue with your supplier, and let us know the results.
I'm talking SIMPLE here, but to get 3 phase power to your machine, from single phase, you just need to get your idler motor movin', then put your 220 to it. You can spin the thing up with the pony motor via shaft, belt, or whatever other idea you come up with. I used to clamp my Baldor 10 hp...
Yep, def not the first. Happened to me with my '78 HC. Ran fine before.....parked it, moved it, tried to get it up and running again, and figured out about the spindle interlock. Yay for manuals!
Friend of mine lost his tamper for his espresso machine, knew that I was finally replacing the 25 year old stereo system in my truck, and offered up a 200 watt, four channel Kenwood amplifier in trade for a tamper. Took some measurements, and got to work. 4 degree taper on the handle and main...
I had the first stand in my mind, but without the tubes flat on the floor. Thats all you need for this thing. I'd go with 2" .120 wall tubing. Even .065 wall would be plenty strong for this. Cutting the stuff with your portaband could prove to be a challenge. Check with your local steel...
After subscribing to Sandvik's youtube page, and learning of GC4325, I was very surprised that this is the only thread on this forum that came up when searching "GC4325". Also surprised there are no responses!