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Steady post trade for South Bend lathe.

putnam

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Hello folks I have this steady post that I need to trade for one for my South Bend heavy 10. The picts are posted bellow. Where should I direct my search to get my South Bend steady post. I also posted the serial number of my lathe for more info.
 

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neanderthal mach

Hot Rolled
Joined
Dec 18, 2008
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I'm unsure of how you came up with that name for it. That steady post would be correctly called a fixed steady rest to define it from the traveling steady rest and remove any confusion about which type is being discussed. Your Heavy 10 manual should have the South Bend part number for the correct steady rest for your lathe. Use that as well as Heavy 10 fixed steady rest for search terms.
 

putnam

Plastic
Joined
May 11, 2017
I'm unsure of how you came up with that name for it. That steady post would be correctly called a fixed steady rest to define it from the traveling steady rest and remove any confusion about which type is being discussed. Your Heavy 10 manual should have the South Bend part number for the correct steady rest for your lathe. Use that as well as Heavy 10 fixed steady rest for search terms.
Ok the fixed steady rest that I have don't fit my lathe I want to know if someone out there has one with this part number "SRD101R" that wants to trade for the one that I have that don't have idea what lathe belongs to. However I was able to see the numbers at the bottom and these are SRD101T very similar to the numbers in my manual which are SRD101R again.
 








 
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