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  1. I have one that I'd sell that came off a 24"...

    I have one that I'd sell that came off a 24" Cincinnati Heavy Duty. I'll measure what slot spacing it fits when I return home on the 25th.

    Andy
  2. I think the 10x20 lathes used 5PN collets.

    I think the 10x20 lathes used 5PN collets.
  3. If an earlier No. 3 lathe, chucks are held on the...

    If an earlier No. 3 lathe, chucks are held on the spindle by the collet draw bar and a proprietary outside taper. If a 3C lathe, the chuck mount is a cam lock D1-2", which was only used on a couple...
  4. It's beautiful. Looks like it may even have a...

    It's beautiful. Looks like it may even have a back gear.
  5. 3 speeds in headstock (direct, high back gear,...

    3 speeds in headstock (direct, high back gear, low back gear) times three speeds on cone pulley equals nine possible combinations.
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    Definitely made by Seneca Falls. I have a...

    Definitely made by Seneca Falls.

    I have a lathe headstock kicking around somewhere, not made by Seneca Falls, with a different Frasse badge on it. As I recall, it says "XLNT MACHINE TOOLS". Space...
  7. That's completely useless advice for 95% of older...

    That's completely useless advice for 95% of older machinery, where either A. the maker specified an oil that hasn't been produced for 50 years or B. the maker didn't specify a type of oil at all.
    ...
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    Not the same company... Champion Tool Works of...

    Not the same company... Champion Tool Works of Cincinnati, OH vs. Champion Forge & Blower Co. of Lancaster, PA.
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    I wipe the surface and install it immediately,...

    I wipe the surface and install it immediately, before condensation can form. I've disassembled a couple I put together this way, and observed no rust issues.
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    Instead of heating the chuck, I put the arbor in...

    Instead of heating the chuck, I put the arbor in the freezer.

    Andy
  11. I don't have a photo, but a friend used to live...

    I don't have a photo, but a friend used to live in a big, old house that had been built circa 1900 and was still mostly original. The fuse panel was beautiful... all copper bus bars, ect... and it...
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    The headstock bearing oil cups are special....

    The headstock bearing oil cups are special. Everything else is still available from Gits (I just purchased some). I may still have the order paperwork with the part numbers.

    Andy
  13. Cincinnati touted that their table trunnion on...

    Cincinnati touted that their table trunnion on the universal machines was stout enough not to need a support. Dubious, in my estimation.
  14. Yep, the 8" Junior. I had one until recently....

    Yep, the 8" Junior. I had one until recently. They are light-duty, but well made.

    Andy
  15. All that I've seen used big diesels.

    All that I've seen used big diesels.
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    http://www.wade8a.com/8aimages/early8a.jpg The...

    http://www.wade8a.com/8aimages/early8a.jpg

    The large diameter round belt pulley on the countershaft would be used to drive a grinding spindle.

    Andy
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    Yes. That setup was once quite common on American...

    Yes. That setup was once quite common on American bench and high-precision screw cutting lathes. Wade offered it, along with Rivett, Lorch, Hjorth, Stark, and most of the other makers of such...
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    I believe I have a used set of the correct oil...

    I believe I have a used set of the correct oil cups for the 8A spindle bearings. I think they were a non-catalog item, made special for Wade.

    Andy
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    Those bearings are what the cone pulley runs on...

    Those bearings are what the cone pulley runs on when the bull gear pin is disengaged (ie, for using the back gear).

    The front and rear main bearings are not the same unit. The front is a double...
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    You have to remove the end play adjustment nut...

    You have to remove the end play adjustment nut and the spindle gear, and then press the spindle out of the headstock. It's best left alone, unless you intend to replace the bearings, which are high...
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    Don't knock Pine-Sol until you've tried it. I...

    Don't knock Pine-Sol until you've tried it. I cleaned an entire Logan lathe using it straight and heated. It did a good job and, because it was heated, the parts dried quickly.

    It doesn't make a...
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    I've used Pine Sol for degreasing. It works...

    I've used Pine Sol for degreasing. It works pretty well, especially when heated. As I recall, the primary active ingredient is alcohol.

    Andy
  23. Every sentence here makes me wonder why you're...

    Every sentence here makes me wonder why you're posting in the antique forum.
  24. I think $200 is low, but it depends how quick you...

    I think $200 is low, but it depends how quick you want to sell it, and whether the buyer appreciates old things or just "needs a drill". It looks like a really nice drill.

    Andy
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    Lots of old American lathes have a slightly...

    Lots of old American lathes have a slightly tapered thread on the spindle nose, so that the tooling tightens up as its screwed on. I don't believe that the corresponding back plate threads are...
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