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    Default Warner-Swasey Chuck Jaws

    I started with a forum search and found some relevant hits. Unfortunately, John's suggested links are no longer active and return an error 404. I have a Warner-Sawasey M-1603 chuck and need some top jaws, preferably hard. While the tongue and groove is American Standard, the screw hole is not and takes a 1/2-13 SHCS. American Standard for 1/2" tongue width is only available with 3/8 screw holes from places like Dillon, Huron, Monster Jaws etc. Anyone know of a source without getting a quote for one-off work? My last resort will be buying soft jaws and enlarging the screw holes. Not looking to try that on hard jaws.

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    Maybe try these guys, they seem to have pretty much everything.
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    These folks indicate that they specialize in Warner & Swasey aftermarket parts. Might be worth a look. Vintage Machine Supply


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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    +1 for Small Tools Inc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mud View Post
    +1 for Small Tools Inc
    +2. When I needed a set for my W&S chuck just a few months ago, I found several likely sets on eBay, all for $300+ a set.

    Small Tools had a set for $150.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocsMachine View Post
    +2. When I needed a set for my W&S chuck just a few months ago, I found several likely sets on eBay, all for $300+ a set.

    Small Tools had a set for $150.

    Doc.
    Try US shop tools

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    World Wide Chuck came up with a vendor for special order, pretty pricey. I was so impressed with their customer service, I bought some soft jaws from them. I'll try US Shop Tools and give Small Tools a call in search of hard jaws.

    Thanks!

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    Here's another source for W & S parts including chuck jaws and chucks.

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