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    Default Morse Taper to Straight Shank

    Guys looking at the pic,I am in search of what is on the right side its a 1" Straight Shank by a #3 Morse Taper.I don't know what they are called to do a search to locate where to purchase few of these.I can find several that is 1" Straight Shank by #2 MT but no luck finding #3MT.What are these called and is this something that is so odd or maybe no longer made?Thanks guys for any help,links,ideals.
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    I've searched before and have never found one.
    I had one that I think that someone made from a larger like 1 1/8 or 1 1/4"

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    Morse taper solid socket or Morse taper socket.

    https://www.mscdirect.com/browse/tn/...514+4287945684

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    Quote Originally Posted by mc3608 View Post
    I've searched before and have never found one.
    I had one that I think that someone made from a larger like 1 1/8 or 1 1/4"
    + 1 on what he said, ………...find a ''toughened'' rather than ''hardened and ground'' (which aren't all that hard anyway) and turn it down.

    I know them as turret sockets - or capstan sockets.

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    Yup, what Limy says.

    I have purchased 2" o.d. and turned them down to 1" o.d. using carbide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David_M View Post
    Morse taper solid socket or Morse taper socket.

    https://www.mscdirect.com/browse/tn/...514+4287945684

    I just checked my link and it is not working for me. It seems that MSC doesn't like how this website adds on affiliate information:

    &affiliate_id=43737&click_id=2850949970&cid=af_q21 8&clickId=2850949970navid=12108514%204287945684


    Now, this seems to work:

    http://www.mscdirect.com/browse/tn/T...514+4287945684

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    Thanks guys the link works

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    Drill socket


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