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    Default Hardinge HLV parts wanted

    I have a clutch disc broken in the apron gearbox and a broken half nut. Can anyone assist?

    Russ

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    Default Tried that first!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jersey John View Post
    No luck there. Any other suggestions? (other than make one without a lathe...)

    Russ

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    Parts for the HLV are not available, but the clutch mechanism isn't complicated. I re-manufactured both of the ones in my HLV apron.

    HLV-H parts may well be available. But they won't fit an HLV.

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    Hi Russ ... That's a shame!

    You might have to wait a little .. I may be gutting one!

    John

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    Some parts for the HLV-H will fit on the HLV. I would check it out.

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    Not the apron feed clutches, that's why I raised the point.


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