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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywalker View Post
    Picking these monsters up this weekend.
    We finally worked out the deal. Finally...
    I'll report more after they make it home.
    Good job Luke!! I know how you feel right now, very exicted for you and glad you worked it out.............

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    Well...they are home.
    The deal is done.
    Very happy how it all turned out, despite the owner driving a hard bargain.
    What I actually bought were two 1942 EEs.
    #13248 4/42 and #15491 9/42.
    The earlier one has the ELSR and no compound. Both however,have the taper attachment (missing the bed clamp)
    The later one has a tag on the motor indicating 220 and 440 wiring, which is a plus.
    The other has been slightly updated. The exciter is gone, and in place is a small transformer.
    Everything moves, engages, and turns on both machines. Internal gears look amazingly fresh.
    The beds will clean up well. Preliminary measuring indicated very little wear.
    Pictures to come...

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    monarch-1.jpg
    The 9/1942 build date machine...

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    monarch-2.jpg
    The spare machine 4/1942 build date...

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    monarch-2-ta.jpg
    Both have taper attachments, this one has the chip covers in place as well.
    The clamp is missing from both units.

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    monarch-2-tool-post.jpg
    This one has a massive tool post, the other is missing.
    With this set up on a 'non-compound' cross slide, wouldn't the height be too much if added to the compound of the other ??
    How is this corrected? Seems huge for a small lathe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywalker View Post
    monarch-2-tool-post.jpg
    This one has a massive tool post, the other is missing.
    With this set up on a 'non-compound' cross slide, wouldn't the height be too much if added to the compound of the other ??
    How is this corrected? Seems huge for a small lathe.
    A new tool post for that size machine It looks like you will be in the market for a new tool post for your other machine to.


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