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WTB both LH and RH spindle clutch gears for a round dial 10EE

GrantGunderson

Hot Rolled
Joined
Jun 4, 2021
Location
Bellingham, WA
WTB both LH and RH spindle clutch gears for a round dial 10EE
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I'm looking to buy both of the spindle clutch gears assemblies out of a round dial 10EE. These are the gears on either side of the yoke in the head stock and I need the gears as well as the mounting rings they are in.

Note the witness marks may be different on yours.
 

Hobby Racer

Aluminum
Joined
Apr 18, 2015
As Cal mentioned in your rebuild thread, I replaced my set just recently as I had broken gear teeth. These are hard to find, it may take you a while. On a positive note Monarch seemed to use the same gears over many years. I was able to swap my round dial set out for a square dial set from a 1957 and they worked great. I did have to machine in some oiling holes to match my original sleeves. The 57 set where bronze, I think, and my set were like yours, cast iron.

I think I have two other sets I collected while searching for parts. Let me look at what I have and I'll get back to you.

Here is what the newer 57 bronze set look like in the 42 after drilling the oil holes.

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rakort

Hot Rolled
Joined
Apr 27, 2011
Location
Central Wisconsin
Is galling on running / sliding surfaces the major issue with your gears? I wonder if you should not investigate sleeving or spray welding and re-machining to restore them? I've had a lot of shafts restored that were chewed up, most were steel however so not sure if spray welding is feasible with CI.
 

Hobby Racer

Aluminum
Joined
Apr 18, 2015
I have a mixed Fwd and Rev set from two different machines.

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Fwd set are in great shape. It is tight and spins very smooth with no galling or pitting. The one thing wrong with it is the clutch engagement dog has been cut down from its original size by a previous owner for reasons unknown. When I was contemplating using this gear, the general consensus on PM was that it would not effect proper operation as there is still plenty of meat there and when threading you are generally running slower speeds and not jogging the spindle. Here is pic next to another fwd gear so you can compare the clutch engagement dog size.

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Here is the reverse gear. It's the one that came out of my 42. It is has a cast iron sleeve and is not as tight as the forward gear but does not have any galling. It is not loose but does have more wear.
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PM me if you are interested or have more questions.
 








 
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