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    Default Parting out Monarch 1610 Series 612

    I bought a Monarch 1610 Series 612 with a bent spindle. It's on its way to the great machine shop in the sky. If anyone needs any parts please make me an offer. Note that many of these parts will work on other Monarchs. You can call Monarch support to verify whether a part will work on your machine. The serial number of my machine is 45173 for reference.

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    How much for the apron and headstock oil pumps shipped to 73112?

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    Does it have an adjustable carriage stop that clamps to the front vee way? And a tailstock crank assy? Interested in both if so. Easy to remove as well

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    The adjustable carriage stop is gone, it was the first thing to sell. I still have the entire tailstock and can pull the crank assembly out of it. I'll send you a private message.

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    Do you need the whole apron or just the oil pump? I'll send you some pictures through private messages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clappedout View Post
    Do you need the whole apron or just the oil pump? I'll send you some pictures through private messages.
    Just the pumps, please.

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    Here's the apron oil pump:img_2991.jpgimg_2992.jpgimg_2995.jpgimg_2996.jpg

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    here's the headstock pump: img_2997.jpgimg_2998.jpgimg_3001.jpgimg_2999.jpg

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    Are these the parts you need: img_3003.jpgimg_3004.jpgimg_3005.jpgimg_3006.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by clappedout View Post
    here's the headstock pump: img_2997.jpgimg_2998.jpgimg_3001.jpgimg_2999.jpg
    Thank you for thi pic, but this pump isn't compatible with my headstock.

    Quote Originally Posted by clappedout View Post
    Here's the apron oil pump:img_2991.jpgimg_2992.jpgimg_2995.jpgimg_2996.jpg
    I would like to buy this pump from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clappedout View Post
    Are these the parts you need: img_3003.jpgimg_3004.jpgimg_3005.jpgimg_3006.jpg
    Looks right, Thanks for pics. Is that wear on the gear teeth?

    I looked at the parts diagrams and see the bracket bolts onto the tailstock, can you get it off as well? My tailstock never had a crank so I would like the bracket as well.

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    Regarding the gear teeth, I'm really not sure if that's wear or if it's designed that way to help with engagement? The step down happens about 1/2 through the contact area on the gear rack. It would be great if someone else with a large monarch could chime in. The clamp has to be straight down in order for the gear to engage. I will say that none of the other gears on any part of the machine have any noticeable wear.

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    Got my parts the other day and they look great. Box was beat up and re taped due to being broken open, to be expected from having heavy steel parts in it.

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    Do you have bed bracket for taper attachment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clappedout View Post
    I bought a Monarch 1610 Series 612 with a bent spindle. It's on its way to the great machine shop in the sky. If anyone needs any parts please make me an offer. Note that many of these parts will work on other Monarchs. You can call Monarch support to verify whether a part will work on your machine. The serial number of my machine is 45173 for reference.
    I'm looking for this part. It is on the back side of the tool post cross slide. They are spring loaded hold downs for the cover over the saddle. I don't know if the 612 has these parts but I thought I would ask.

    I also need taper attachment parts if your 612 has a taper attachment.

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