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    The table length is 42" and is 9" wide
    Thanks for verifying table length.
    Table width is understood.
    My "9" travel" Q was inre how far the apron can move front to back.
    BP made them with either 9" travel, or 12" travel.
    However, based on all the other info, that mill is almost certainly 9". (Fine, normal, perfectly good, etc)

    Keeping in mind the cheapskate caveat, EAA 533 is interested.
    OTOH you can probably sell it fairly quickly for a good price even locally.
    Do you know price or how you want to dispose, proceed, etc?

    Thanks!
    smt

    e h m co fab at gee mail dot com

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    We are thinking about selling it with the Palmgren, vise, cutters, extra chucks, clamp set and whatever other accessories we find. Plan on starting at $3795, pickup at location, we will help load.

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    Best of luck!

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    Thanks, I'm going to put out some ads on Craigslist and maybe eBay so keep your eye out for it.

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    Default Wanted to send an ad but file's too big?

    I was going to post an ad showing the pricing and pictures of the tools we are planning on selling. I got the file down to 500 kb but the restriction is 195 kb. Is there something I can do to upload a bigger file or?? Thanks Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by VermontGuy54 View Post
    I was going to post an ad showing the pricing and pictures of the tools we are planning on selling. I got the file down to 500 kb but the restriction is 195 kb. Is there something I can do to upload a bigger file or?? Thanks Brian
    Can you take a picture of your list and post it as a picture? I think you can do something like 5 pics per post. Try to keep the descriptions and pics of machines in the same post, not a big list followed by multiple posts of pics.

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    Thanks Rob. I had thought about that. So here's the ad in pictures of the tools we are trying to sell. As mentioned in the ad, we can't ship the tools. That said the Meteor and the 6 jaw Bison could be shipped potentially. I'm particularily looking for New England interest since that's where it's located. Thanks again for all the help from the entire forum! Brianad-page-1.jpgad-page-3.jpgad-page-2.jpgad-page-4.jpgad-page-5.jpg

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    Here's the remaining ones. Thanks Brianad-page-9.jpgad-page-9.jpg

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    Opps. Double sent on one.ad-page-7.jpg

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    We have been exploring our dad's place (my sisters and I) since I arrived in Vermont and they found a set of Rivett collets. I know a few members are interested in the Rivett. So I'm attaching a photo of some Rivett collets that we found. Please find them attached. Thanks, Brianrivett-collets.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by VermontGuy54 View Post
    We have been exploring our dad's place (my sisters and I) since I arrived in Vermont and they found a set of Rivett collets. I know a few members are interested in the Rivett. So I'm attaching a photo of some Rivett collets that we found. Please find them attached. Thanks, Brianrivett-collets.jpg
    Rivett made many types of collet. You have the 4NS (No. 4 new style) collets that would fit some of their old lathes and lathe milling attachments. They also fit Gorton cutter grinders and some other non-Rivett devices.

    Yes, there is a 4OS (No. 4 old style) collet for even older Rivett lathes. The new style have larger diameter threads to allow a larger bar to pass through the collet.

    Larry


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