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    Default Please help identify this steady rest

    I have been selling off a lot of old equipment in the last couple of months. I came across this steady rest but I was unable to tell what machine it came from. Any ideas?

    It is for an 11" lathe. It is 5 1/4" between the tips of the v's.

    It is for sale.

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    The printing says 1U80 92 I think

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    interesting that it runs / sets on two v ways

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1yesca View Post
    interesting that it runs / sets on two v ways
    Tells me old, VERY OLD.

    And that 92 I bet is 1892

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    Bumping this up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank R View Post
    Bumping this up.

    Maybe they are waiting for you to stick a price on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnoder View Post
    Maybe they are waiting for you to stick a price on it?
    I doubt it. Nobody has bothered to contact me. But I will give it a go.

    I have found that steady rests usually go for around $150. Since no one knows which lathe this one goes to, how about $100.


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