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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter S View Post
    Miguels244,

    Graziano put the Sag 14 serial on the tailstock end of the bed, see photo. Could you please let me know what your number is? I have recorded a few other numbers to try and build up a picture.

    Graziano beds are hardened - are the Hercules?

    Another thought - is it possible to see where the Hercules electric motors were made, e.g. coolant pump might be easiest? I have found the easiest way to read the Sag 14 main motor plate is to poke a camera in there (impossible to see otherwise).

    BTW, thanks to you and Thermite for tidying up the other Hercules thread


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    Quote Originally Posted by Miguels244 View Post
    It’s on my floor now, I’ll put up some pictures and answer questions in a few days.
    It looks so cute sitting next to a KT 2K
    Congrats! Making chips (parts) soon?
    Friend has a Graziano. Super nice machine. I was looking for one too toll I found my (slightly impossible to handle..) Okuma.

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    Congrats on a lovely piece of iron, and welcome to the club!

    My Sag 14 is stamped 1985; I picked it up from an estate sale near Paris last summer. Was a hoot towing it back 400km behind a station wagon with only 128 horsepower, and getting it through the narrow hallway from the door into my shop. Hope your move was easier, e che la bella italiana ti fa molto piacere!


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