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    Default 10ee Art Deco chip guard?

    Title sez it all.
    Anyone fab a functional chip / splash guard for the back of a 10ee, that looks like something the factory accidentally forgot?

    Photo's of your artwork?

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    Here's a shot of mine. I think it's original:



    Needs paint but I'm not sure I have any original left, and am not sure I want to try and match the old paint.

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    In email it was mentioned that what was wanted was shield for the back of the lathe, not for the chuck. As it happens:







    The shield is mounted on a welded frame made from 1" square tube, itself screwed onto the back of the base. The shield is OK, I guess, but not at all the wanted "Art Deco". I don't usually leave it mounted as it's kind of in the way of the taper attachment (or I have the taper bar too far back?)

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    Last night I mocked up a rear chip guard that sets across the two rear saddle wings held in place by two 3/8" x 16, 1/2" stripper bolts with some float. Strippers go into the top screw holes that the follow rest would normally mount too. This leaves access to the taper bar and the chip tray.

    Deco-ish well that is a function on if I get ambitious enough to follow through artistically

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    That square one looks more AC Delco than Art Deco

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    Quote Originally Posted by John S01 View Post
    That square one looks more AC Delco than Art Deco
    A clamshell tractor fender is about 80 bucks.. It came to mind because I just walked past my tractor after reading this. The top has a heavy rolled edge. Everybody needs a laugh; Its art deco.
    E1NN16315DA Tractor Fender RH or LH Bracket not Included Ford New Holland | eBay


    With the mount
    Fender RH LH fits Ford 2310 3000 3910 4000 4610 2000 3600 3610 4600 2600 2610 | eBay Don't order from this seller.


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    I just finished one for the B'port mill, it was so effective I started fabricobbling one for the 10ee. Home Made is OK, Homely made, maybe not so much.

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    Anyone have any updates to this thread? Looking for chip guard ideas.


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