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    I didn't' see the "all available manuals" spec

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim rozen View Post
    "....I am asking $2,050 or OFFER for this machine..."

    THANK YOU.

    That's the specification for the machine, that was missing.
    Jim,

    I had the specs in the original ad. Here they are:

    Manufacturer: Logan
    Model No.: 922
    Age: Circa 1952-1953
    Distance Between Centers: 36"
    Swing: 11"
    Thru Hole: 1.25" to 1.5" (as measured)
    Tailstock Quill Travel: 2+"
    Overall Length: 5'
    Overall Width: 3'
    Chuck Diameter: 6" 3-Jaw (currently on lathe)
    Tooling - all tooling listed below is represented in the attached pictures:
    ....Misc. box(s) of centers, cutters, etc. (see pictures)
    ....Misc. drill bits, holders, etc. (see pictures)
    ....4" 3-Jaw Chuck
    ....8" 4-Jaw Chuck
    ....11" Faceplate
    ....8" Faceplate
    ....6" Faceplate
    ....6" End Plate

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    I don't want to insult anyone, including the newbie, but I owned one of those machines. It was my very first lathe. I bought it when I was 20 yrs. old..... I am now 71. Light is the operative adjective. I used it for two years and made money with it, but never liked it. In fact I broke the compound casting into two pieces taking a heavy cut about halfway through a job. Today, I have three lathes one of which is a SB 10K that I bought new from SB in 1980 and that too is a light lathe, but twice as good as the 11" Logan in my experience.

    Specifically for the OP, your specs are not complete. You need to list the number of spindle speeds and what they are as well as spindle diameter and thread. You also should list the number of threads it will cut and whether the machine has the metric transposing gears with it. Lastly, I don't think your price is out of order, depending on its condition and the answers to the missing specs. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve-l View Post
    I don't want to insult anyone, including the newbie, but I owned one of those machines. It was my very first lathe. I bought it when I was 20 yrs. old..... I am now 71. Light is the operative adjective. I used it for two years and made money with it, but never liked it. In fact I broke the compound casting into two pieces taking a heavy cut about halfway through a job. Today, I have three lathes one of which is a SB 10K that I bought new from SB in 1980 and that too is a light lathe, but twice as good as the 11" Logan in my experience.

    Specifically for the OP, your specs are not complete. You need to list the number of spindle speeds and what they are as well as spindle diameter and thread. You also should list the number of threads it will cut and whether the machine has the metric transposing gears with it. Lastly, I don't think your price is out of order, depending on its condition and the answers to the missing specs. Good luck.
    Thank you for the input. I have listed more specs below. I will take $1800 loaded on buyer's truck, including all the tooling shown in the picture.

    Threads per Inch 4 - 224
    Longitudional Turning Feeds: .1000 - .0018
    It has a Q.C. Gear Box
    Center Distance is 36" and bed length is 55"
    Spindle Nose is 2-1/4"-8
    Spindle Bore is 1-3/8"
    Tailstock is standard
    Flat belt drive

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    Have to laugh at the 'equipment dealer' that doesn't have the equipment to load a 1000lb lathe....

    Just FYI, your credibility on here on most likely nil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kazlx View Post
    Have to laugh at the 'equipment dealer' that doesn't have the equipment to load a 1000lb lathe....

    Just FYI, your credibility on here on most likely nil.
    I have already stated several times that I WILL AND CAN load the equipment onto the buyer's truck. I have the equipment. Sorry for the misunderstanding. I have already moved a knee mill from this location and I loaded it fine onto the buyer's trailer....

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    "I had the specs in the original ad. Here they are:"

    The PRICE damit.

    You were missing the specification that had units of DOLLARS.

    Wampum.
    Yen.
    Sheckels
    Moolah

    It ain't engineering unless one of the units in the equation is $.

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    if your asking price wasn't such a joke , you might've avoided the wrath of the wise here.......

    afaik , a LOGAN anything will NEVER be toolroom quality , which summons images of hardinge hlv , monarch
    10ee , south bend 1307 , hendey t+g , schaublin , even a decent takisawa or a post 1960s underdrive south bend 13 with every option + a d4 camlock spindle....... is toolroom material in the right context
    or conversation.
    Last edited by tnmgcarbide; 10-14-2015 at 09:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim rozen View Post
    "I had the specs in the original ad. Here they are:"

    The PRICE damit.

    You were missing the specification that had units of DOLLARS.

    Wampum.
    Yen.
    Sheckels
    Moolah

    It ain't engineering unless one of the units in the equation is $.
    $1800 loaded on your truck. That is US Dollars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnmgcarbide View Post
    if your asking price wasn't such a joke , you might've avoided the wrath of the wise here.......

    afaik , a LOGAN anything will NEVER be toolroom quality , which summons images of hardinge hlv , monarch
    10ee , south bend 1307 , hendey t+g , schaublin , even a decent takisawa or a post 1960s underdrive south bend 13 with every option + a d4 camlock spindle....... is toolroom material in the right context
    or conversation.
    OK, I can live with that constructive criticism / input. Thank you.

    I was basing this price on what I sold a couple of these machines for earlier this year. One was sold at $1750 and the other at $2500......however, I know this is an older hobby type lathe.

    I can go lower on this machine, around $1800 loaded on the buyer's truck or trailer is what I would like to get.

    Let me know. If you want to make an offer, I am open.


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