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    Default Looking for a few 10ee parts.

    Hey guys,

    Looking for a couple parts for a 1988 10ee lathe I picked up from a scrap yard.
    1. I'm looking for the bracket the potentiometer mounts to.
    2.Also, a drum switch like the one in the photo.
    3. The large handwheel on the apron
    4. The 3 aluminum decorative slats for the lower cover.

    Of course I'd also be interested in a steady rest, follower rest, and 5c closer set up as well.

    Here's photos of the drum switch and potentiometer mount I'm looking for and slats.

    If you're looking for a part for your 10ee and have any of the parts I need, let me know because I have a parts machine and if I have what you need maybe we could work out a trade.

    Thanks
    Jeff


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    I think I've got a potentiometer housing out in the shop. No potentiometer in it, no gear as I recall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rke[pler View Post
    I think I've got a potentiometer housing out in the shop. No potentiometer in it, no gear as I recall.
    That would be perfect it you did. If you do, shoot me a PM please!

    Thanks
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    Still looking for the big cover on headstock end if you decide to part with it
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob View Post
    Still looking for the big cover on headstock end if you decide to part with it
    Bob
    It'll be a while before I get my lathe done and I'm ready to part with the spare machine, but when I do I'll let you know.

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    I was missing all but two of my slats so I used some aluminum flat stock and contoured the edges on the milling machine to size. Once painted, you can't even tell they're not original. Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don's Engine View Post
    I was missing all but two of my slats so I used some aluminum flat stock and contoured the edges on the milling machine to size. Once painted, you can't even tell they're not original. Don
    Thanks for the idea Don!

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    The potentiometer mount rke[pler had was not the correct one, so I'm still looking for that as well as the other parts.

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    Some of us are probably thinking about how a 1988 inch/metric 10EE could end up in a scrap yard. Thank you for saving this machine.

    David

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    Regarding the pot bracket, I have that style in my lathe 1976 I/M. It may be hard to source in the wild, the later machines don't get scrapped often..

    If you can't find one, I may be able to loan you mine when I take may lathe down to change beds. That won't be for a few weeks yet. The bracket could be made of a weldment easily and the material doesn't need to be anywhere near as robust. Some angle and dust cover would work. Have you tried calling Monarch? They strip machines and have a pretty good stash of used parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve in SoCal View Post
    Regarding the pot bracket, I have that style in my lathe 1976 I/M. It may be hard to source in the wild, the later machines don't get scrapped often..

    If you can't find one, I may be able to loan you mine when I take may lathe down to change beds. That won't be for a few weeks yet. The bracket could be made of a weldment easily and the material doesn't need to be anywhere near as robust. Some angle and dust cover would work. Have you tried calling Monarch? They strip machines and have a pretty good stash of used parts.

    Steve
    Thanks for the reply Steve. I checked with Monarch . They didn't have any used ones and want a little over 300 bucks. If I can't find one I'd love the opportunity to borrow yours to copy. Thanks jeff

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    Well, count me lucky. Found one of the parts I was looking for!! I bought the aluminum casting that bolts to this piece to cover the potentiometer and the seller had the part listed that this part bolts to on the machine but this part was not listed so I sent a message and they responded, "As luck would have it we were re-organizing our shop last week & found some additional 10ee parts in back stock & another one of these assemblies was among them"

    Check that off the list!!!

    Jeff



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