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    Thanks John for my rear way wiper!
    BTW NICE SHOP!

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    What happened? This thread died off real fast..

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    Zap, sorry, I forgot to say, CrazyMonkey asked for the handle. As it is CM, Rakort, and Lectrician got their parts, nobody else has asked for what I have remaining.

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    I'll have a few tailstock parts to pay forward as well in the near future after I get a few things sorted.

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    No problem just wondered what happened to ya.. Last I heard you were going hang-gliding. All is well!

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    If it’s worth knowing, Miller Machine is selling one last tail stock bronze nut on eBay. I bought one from them a few years back, great part. The eBay price is more than reasonable.

    Tail stock quill nut for Monarch 10EE | eBay

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    Here is a question I've been wondering about. The tail stock nut is simply a piece of brass/bronze that has an Acme thread, Not even oddly shaped like the cross slide nut. What is difficult to make about it? Are Acme taps not easy to use/reliable/hard to produce a good thread????

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    Quote Originally Posted by bll230 View Post
    Here is a question I've been wondering about. The tail stock nut is simply a piece of brass/bronze that has an Acme thread, Not even oddly shaped like the cross slide nut. What is difficult to make about it? Are Acme taps not easy to use/reliable/hard to produce a good thread????

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    Not particularly difficult to make I suspect, but easy for me to say as I have never made one.

    Here is another option

    Acme Sleeve Nut, 1/2 - 8, LH, Bronze - Roton Products, Inc.

    then make a spacer and cut a key groove on the outside.

    Here is an option to make a new screw as well.

    Acme Lead Screw, 1/2 - 8, LH, Steel - Roton Products, Inc.

    here is a drawing of the screw and nut for a round dial.

    ts-screw-nut.jpg

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    So as mentioned here are my TS parts to pay forward and give away, you pay the mailman and I'll send the parts. If you need them hit me up, if you don't leave them to someone who does.

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    The nut is heavily worn, but does and will work for some time.....just some backlash to deal with.

    The FRONT way wiper is an aluminum variety and is in reasonable shape. It has a fresh media blasting and paint job to boot. I'll throw in some oem correct fillister screws if you desire and some OLD way wipers that could be pressed back into service after some cleaning.

    The quill lock handle has a good thread and a fresh paint job that will work fine for someone. The bad is that the knob was broken and nicely rewelded at some point in it's career.

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    Nice body work on the lock handle, looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zap921 View Post
    Nice body work on the lock handle, looks good.
    Simply a coat of primer and paint!

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    Yep, I was more referring to the knob having been broken off and repaired.

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    Bump, free TS parts



    Quote Originally Posted by rakort View Post
    So as mentioned here are my TS parts to pay forward and give away, you pay the mailman and I'll send the parts. If you need them hit me up, if you don't leave them to someone who does.

    parts-give-away.jpg


    The nut is heavily worn, but does and will work for some time.....just some backlash to deal with.

    The FRONT way wiper is an aluminum variety and is in reasonable shape. It has a fresh media blasting and paint job to boot. I'll throw in some oem correct fillister screws if you desire and some OLD way wipers that could be pressed back into service after some cleaning.

    The quill lock handle has a good thread and a fresh paint job that will work fine for someone. The bad is that the knob was broken and nicely rewelded at some point in it's career.


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