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    No adjustment provided - someone either has...

    No adjustment provided - someone either has replaced TS with one too tall or some other even more unlikely fooling around - possibly like gluing too thick turcite strips on the bottom

    Fixing it...
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    A rough check on bed and saddle wear can be as...

    A rough check on bed and saddle wear can be as simple as taking note of relative carriage hand wheel slop near chuck and away from chuck. The saddle wears more than the bed - dropping the related...
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    Other two pages of what I posted in Post #2 ...

    Other two pages of what I posted in Post #2

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    Fair chance member hendeyman will have dedicated...

    Fair chance member hendeyman will have dedicated pub. Here is one of his threads where he posted his email address
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    I'll assume its one of these 305409305410 ...

    I'll assume its one of these

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    ISO 10 in spindle bearings (example Mobil Velocite 6) and ISO 68 (example Mobil DTE Heavy Medium) in everything else

    If not this lathe then we need...
  6. If screw and nut work with each other who cares...

    If screw and nut work with each other who cares about names? :D
  7. Christmas 1950 8716 was the close out for 1950...

    Christmas 1950

    8716 was the close out for 1950

    "C" says 15"

    I think one of the threads on the (??) (about an 8" chuck) has a link to what Bison offers as to size and particular "L" type...
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    Which come in an array of sizes - only one of...

    Which come in an array of sizes - only one of which fit that chuck
  9. Guess since they show E in two positions and its...

    Guess since they show E in two positions and its mating lever in four position - that it is one of the paired levers?

    I imagine Ruston3w will be able to shed some light on this
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    Another Yankee Lathe

    Had not heard of this one

    Lathe - tools - by owner - sale

    I'll gather photos later and post them here

    ON EDIT.....

    Photos for posterity
  11. Your chart photo appears to have every thing you...

    Your chart photo appears to have every thing you need as to feeds (upper) and Imperial threads (lower) - including lever positions - even tells you the cross feeds are half the long feeds
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    And the other two 305274305275

    And the other two

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    Two posts with photos for posterity ...

    Two posts with photos for posterity

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  14. I think its wonderful. In less than 7 years Matt...

    I think its wonderful. In less than 7 years Matt has gone from very interested and very smart youngster to boss!
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    Bradford catalog - undated of course, but saying...

    Bradford catalog - undated of course, but saying they had been in business for over a hundred years after starting in 1840

    Front cover simply says A New Lathe By Bradford

    While you are looking...
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    Gears are not likely to be covered by oil. ...

    Gears are not likely to be covered by oil. Probably have to rotate same to inspect fully

    Here is a page scan (with too much light) which gives an idea of what to expect

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    A manual of sorts for you Bradford folks ...

    A manual of sorts for you Bradford folks

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2316/16884.pdf

    have fun
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    You can do the same - from main page of forum...

    You can do the same - from main page of forum open the search (up near top) - put in your user name and Bradford as a key word - and hit search.

    You only get one return - you trying to sell the...
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    Here you go Pat ...

    Here you go Pat

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/machinery-for-sale-or-wanted/two-lathes-sale-366795/?highlight=Bradford

    have fun
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    Here is a scan of a 12" 305100 Here are a...

    Here is a scan of a 12"

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    Here are a pair of scans on T/A - but I sure would not worry about "finding" such a thing

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  21. About mid teens. Mr. Wells' list of serials says...

    About mid teens. Mr. Wells' list of serials says about 1916 - prior to our entry in WW1

    South Bend Lathe Serial Numbers

    Here is Mr. Wells' scan of the 1914 catalog
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    I'd imagine such simple things would be way...

    I'd imagine such simple things would be way easier to make than "find" :D

    Especially since you have what it has to fit sitting right there

    Scan from 1928

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    Powerturn is 2X per L&S - a Model X in fancier...

    Powerturn is 2X per L&S - a Model X in fancier clothes if you like
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    Kind of nice if you have one to take apart just...

    Kind of nice if you have one to take apart just for looking at.

    B5.9 says there is a DETENT PLUNGER that has to come out after springs are out.

    Maybe a skinny magnet?



    Probably fine - but...
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    Make one. Your existing spindle provides most of...

    Make one. Your existing spindle provides most of the detail - then you look in ASA/ASME B5.9 Spindle Noses for the rest of the detail

    Stock has final finished OD of 4.625" on business end if you...
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