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    Quote Originally Posted by Cozy View Post
    After 12 hours of soaking in penetrant, and some GENTLE tapping, both pinions are now free and sliding up and down smoothly
    I will continue to strip and refurbish the feed box.
    My next mission will be the saddle.
    All headstock bearings seem smooth etc.
    Thanks for the advice\help everyone
    I used to remove the drain plug on the apron before I bought a lathe. If oil came out that was a good sign, although obviously the oil could have been changed recently. If coolant came out that was bad sign. Lots of lathes are prone to coolant egress into the apron, " Colchester's " were just one of many.

    Regards Tyrone.


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