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    Hi I have a no 2 universal milling machine and we have lost the feed on the side to side feed, all the other feeds afe good and the rapid traverse is good , I really need someone to help me as I have no chance of getting an engineer to look at it at this difficult time. and we have to keep our company running as we do a lot of medical parts.


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    Might list model or year at least if you know it. The older ones are driven from the main motor and newer ones had a motor on the apron.

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    It is a 205.12.U

    2J2U6KE.67
    I hope someone can help me please


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    Can you provide a photo of the machine, please?

    thanks,

    James

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    By the way, I have a #2 CinC universal... S/N 2J2U6C-16. Not sure what year it is but I bet johnoder knows.

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    I believe you have a 1948 model OO, you might look at this link to see if there is anything here that is helpful. VintageMachinery.org | Welcome
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    It's been a while since I worked on one. Your not helping either. A picture of the machine would help. Many of them were /are hydraulic shifters and I seem to recall the handle in front of the saddle that moves left and right moves a shifter valve on the right front of the saddle. The one I am thinking of had a frost plug on right side you had to remove and many times it is rusted stuck in there. and does not shift. This is a total guess. Have you checked the hydraulic pressure?


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