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    Default monarch 16CY manual

    Hi,

    I just bought a mnoarch 16 CY x 54 and am in need of a manual so if anyone can email me a copy, i sure would appreciate it.

    I've still got it on the trailer and need to lighten it before i pick it off. As near as i can tell from the archives, this thing weighs about 6150 lbs without the motor. This one came with a taper attachment so i assume i need to take of as well to get it down to fighting weight. My chain hoist is rated at 6000 lbs so if i take the tailstock off i figure it'll be right at the 6000 lb mark.

    Mark

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    Here is the "boiler plate" that all the "C" manuals have - then they add a few pages of parts related to the specific machine

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2103/15003.pdf

    Can email CW manual if wanted - it won't address lead screw reverse

    PM an address if wanted

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    Thanks John. This version will work for me.

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    I have the same machine and it masses just on 2600 kg on the hook, FWIW.

    Also got a manual but it's not really worth the bother. OK maybe the exploded assembly diagrams might be useful at some point. Never have been to me, they're not complex machines.

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    Very similar machine - less than 5K for the 30" centers. I imagine they gained a little in the war years



    Quote Originally Posted by PDW View Post
    I have the same machine and it masses just on 2600 kg on the hook, FWIW.

    Also got a manual but it's not really worth the bother. OK maybe the exploded assembly diagrams might be useful at some point. Never have been to me, they're not complex machines.

    PDW
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    I have a bit more detailed version of the manual. You can download it here: Dropbox - Monarch-SS-BB-C-CK-CU-CY-EE-K-M-N-NN-W-Lathes.pdf - Simplify your life
    I'll leave the link open for download for a few days in case anyone else is interested.

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    Hi Mark,
    I would not be worried that your chain hoist is rated for 6000 lbs, what is your building rated for?
    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelP View Post
    I have a bit more detailed version of the manual. You can download it here: Dropbox - Monarch-SS-BB-C-CK-CU-CY-EE-K-M-N-NN-W-Lathes.pdf - Simplify your life
    I'll leave the link open for download for a few days in case anyone else is interested.
    Thank you sir!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Vincent View Post
    Hi Mark,
    I would not be worried that your chain hoist is rated for 6000 lbs, what is your building rated for?
    Dave
    Building is fine. 6 x 6 laminated posts holding up a W8x31 I beam over a 12 ft span. by my calculations, beam will deflect less than an 1/8 inch with 6000 lb load at the center. I know the chain hoist/trolley have significant margin but long-formed habits won't let me cheat the ratings.

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    I know the chain hoist/trolley have significant margin
    My 1.5 ton Wright "Army" has a riveted on tag - "tested to 5500 Lbs"


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