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    Default Denizens of the deep in Monarch Lore, Explain this

    This being the photo below. Which shows a reverse spindle gear and reverse idler that clearly do not mesh. Both are square dial parts, but the reverse spindle gear is from a late 60's single sight glass machine of unknown progeny (parts sourced on Ebay), while the idler gear is a standard idler gear from a triple sight glass toolroom 10EE.

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    I'm not sure which pair you're calling reverse, I assume that they are EE-2110 and EE-1099? How many teeth on each gear?

    The 1941 round-dial headstock drawing (EE-99) calls out the two clutch gears on the spindle as EE-2110 (60T-16P) and EE-2111 (60T-14P). They mate with idler EE-1099 (44T-16P) and EE-1094 (60T-14P), respectively. Curiously, the 1985 revision of the headstock sections drawing (202.268) calls out the clutch gears as EE-2110 (56T-16P) and EE-2111 (56T-14P) and the mating gears as EE-1099 (41T-16P) and EE-1094 (56T-14P). It seems very odd that the number of teeth on the gears would have changed without changing the part numbers! The 1944 square-dial headstock drawing (EE-4-35) has the same part numbers for the gears, but doesn't call out the number teeth.

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    Cal, you nailed it. You never know what you are getting on Ebay, The reverse gear is the one on the left. I have always identified it by the location of the oil line in the bushing. Evidently someone had disassembled the gears and reassembled with the parts mixed. So I had the 14P gear trying to mate with the 16P idler. All the gears are 56 tooth.


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