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FS: Left Tailstock w/Center for Cincinnati No. 2 Cutter & Tool Grinder

Elwood1968

Cast Iron
Joined
Jul 30, 2017
For Sale: Left Tailstock w/Center for Cincinnati No. 2 Cutter & Tool Grinder

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$50 plus actual shipping. Payment by PayPal (+3% or F&F) or check.
 

michiganbuck

Diamond
Joined
Jun 28, 2012
Location
Mt Clemens, Michigan 48035
*GOOD TO CHECK THE CENTER HEIGHT OFF THE TABLE.
and the offset from the table screw.
Trust me on this, always a good idea, just a scale measure to tell it it is right.

seller or buyer can check
 
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michiganbuck

Diamond
Joined
Jun 28, 2012
Location
Mt Clemens, Michigan 48035
*GOOD TO CHECK THE CENTER HEIGHT OFF THE TABLE.
and the offset from the table screw.
Trust me on this, always a good idea, just a scale measure to tell it it is right.

seller or buyer can check
Guess I was looking for a "We did that"

*Cincinnati Tc grinders had two different heights and offsets. 4 7/8" height and Offffset the latest models, the earlier may have been 4 3/8(?). Plus, a lot of other machine accessories look similar.
The first size may have been from 1933 to 1937(?). Earley machine ran long-travel on a chain rather than balls, like a Harley chain, with a centering parallel to keep cross-feed centered.
The tables were the same.
A good rule for all machines is to note/check the height and offset for work heads and centers.
* Good The Op sent me a message that they did verify the size.
 
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