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    Just in case you haven't found this thread - How...

    Just in case you haven't found this thread - How to Remove a Stuck Chuck -- Tutorial It's the best one I've seen for safely removing a "stuck" chuck.

    -Ron
  2. If I understand you correctly, I would just work...

    If I understand you correctly, I would just work on cutting off from one end. After each "cut-off" operation run a mill across the end to square it up again and cut off the next one. Rinse and...
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    Would the manual help any? - manual model 55.pdf...

    Would the manual help any? - manual model 55.pdf - Google Drive

    On the bottom of page 2 there is a sub-section that starts with E. Drive Belts but it doesn't mention a crank just a "belt...
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    Personally, I'd get a new barrel for it and save...

    Personally, I'd get a new barrel for it and save the old one if you want to sell it in the future. I gun, to me, is pretty worthless if it isn't shootable.

    FWIW,

    -Ron
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    I'd be all over that if I were closer. Best of...

    I'd be all over that if I were closer.

    Best of luck,

    -Ron
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    As far as I know there isn't anything...

    As far as I know there isn't anything commercially available as a "spacer" to raise your rotary table. That being said, you could simply grab a couple of chunks of aluminum, mild steel, cast iron,...
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    Why not just mark the appropriate "0" on your...

    Why not just mark the appropriate "0" on your rotary table? Do the math (+,-) and problem solved. :D

    -Ron
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    If the 3-phase runs through your yard anyway, it...

    If the 3-phase runs through your yard anyway, it wouldn't hurt to check. A lot of times it's running the cabling that eats up a lot of the cost. Different power companies have different rules as to...
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    I still use them on my older Harleys. :D -Ron

    I still use them on my older Harleys. :D

    -Ron
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    Pick up a copy of Machinery's Handbook. There...

    Pick up a copy of Machinery's Handbook.

    There is enough information on threads in there to make your head spin.
    ...
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    Good to hear. Stay "shiny side up", -Ron

    Good to hear.

    Stay "shiny side up",

    -Ron
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    Best of luck to you. Regards, -Ron

    Best of luck to you.

    Regards,

    -Ron
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    "Great working order" - B.S! The first thing...

    "Great working order" - B.S! The first thing that is wrong is that the gear box is missing it's handles, both on the top as well as the front. (Maybe it's set up to use a VFD to get different...
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    Is this the same Mesa Tools? BORING HEAD...

    Is this the same Mesa Tools? BORING HEAD ACCESSORIES | mesatool

    -Ron
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    This appears to be his Facebook page: Craig...

    This appears to be his Facebook page: Craig Donges | Facebook You could always ask him there.

    FWIW

    -Ron
  16. I understand about the gear covers but my concern...

    I understand about the gear covers but my concern is that chips, swarf, misc. bits seem to fly EVERYWHERE, even places that seem to defy physics in my shop. Unless something is hermetically sealed,...
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    We've well passed the "ludicrous" stage here...

    We've well passed the "ludicrous" stage here guys. Most everything you mention has been tried, and failed miserably (except the magnet, no one would be so silly I hope). Multi-barrels in a rifle...
  18. Glad to hear you've got it all back together and...

    Glad to hear you've got it all back together and running. One thing that concerns me (JMHO) is using gear lube on the side gears. There is a good chance that the lube can collect swarf, chips, etc....
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    Are you aware that there are different kinds of...

    Are you aware that there are different kinds of dies? Those for cutting threads and those for re-threading or cleaning up threads. You could get a sharp cutting die as metalmagpie suggests but with...
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    I don't like using "iffy" brake calipers on my...

    I don't like using "iffy" brake calipers on my motorcycle. Can I suggest you bite the bullet and find an new caliper?

    JMHO

    -Ron
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    [QUOTE=jim rozen;3523014] You left out how...

    You left out how the part was measured (and with what) as well as any possible temperature variations. :)

    FWIW

    -Ron
  22. Saw them here: MORSE TAPER #2 COLLET SET (7 PCS)...

    Saw them here: MORSE TAPER #2 COLLET SET (7 PCS) METRIC #C94 | CTC Tools but they are "out of stock". Plenty of sources if you don't mind having them shipped from Great Britain:

    MT2 Collets -...
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    Here is a copy (not the greatest) of the Model 40...

    Here is a copy (not the greatest) of the Model 40 Instruction manual and parts list:

    manual model 40 and parts list.pdf - Google Drive

    Hope that helps,

    -Ron
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    I would think you should avoid epoxy all together...

    I would think you should avoid epoxy all together as it is heat sensitive and can also be affected by humidity or oils. Bolting in a plate and cutting/grinding flush to the table really seems like...
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    Okay, when you say "slow" are you talking about...

    Okay, when you say "slow" are you talking about the load speed of the web site or the "short bus" version of the content? :D

    Had to ask.

    -Ron
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