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    :drool5: There is nothing...

    :drool5:
    There is nothing better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Enjoy
  2. Thread: Studer OB #949

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    Now that has a certain Metropolis feel to it, the...

    Now that has a certain Metropolis feel to it, the all over bare casting look, I like it!
  3. Thread: Studer OB #949

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    Maybe you should of just taken the castings back...

    Maybe you should of just taken the castings back to bare metal and oiled them?
    I believe Micron do that, though not sure? It certainly would look impressive on a machine of that size.
    Now don`t go...
  4. Thread: Studer OB #949

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    Bl**dly hell rustytool, your collecting some nice...

    Bl**dly hell rustytool, your collecting some nice gear! respect.
    I think a new one is 200000 euro`s?
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    If you want` to give an MP-4 to me Tyrone, feel...

    If you want` to give an MP-4 to me Tyrone, feel free, it might have to sit in my lounge though? Or any other SIP would be most welcome for that matter.
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    5-6 hundred bucks, he must be on one, no chance....

    5-6 hundred bucks, he must be on one, no chance. He will have that along time.
    I know about Anglo-Swiss thanks-no thank you! At those prices stick to Aloris or Multifix a
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    They are not cheap,though if you make your own...

    They are not cheap,though if you make your own holders, they are very cheap in the long run. How much did he wan`t for it if you don`t mind me asking?
    P.M. me if you would rather.
    I am after a...
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    If I were you, I would try to get my hands on a...

    If I were you, I would try to get my hands on a Tripan 211 tool post, they were an option from the factory, and the bonus is you can make your own holders.
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    For people who have an interest in Holbrook...

    For people who have an interest in Holbrook lathes.270051
    I have just got this:D
    Don`t mean to steal your thread rustytool.
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    Limy Sami, it sounds like you don`t believe...

    Limy Sami, it sounds like you don`t believe me?::liar: Well it was Dick who designed the 10b, and he had it made in India I understand.
    Holbrook 10B | Model Engineer I think this may help.
    Glen....
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    I think you will find Tony`s chart is incomplete,...

    I think you will find Tony`s chart is incomplete, Holbrook lathes were made until 1977 according to Dick Anderson, and the "C" models until the late 60`s.
    A post Herbert model was also produced in...
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    You think that was in very poor condition?!!!...

    You think that was in very poor condition?!!! jeez you must live in a tool room facility:D
    Very nice lathe, now get the paint scratched!
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    It would be nice to see a shot of the whole...

    It would be nice to see a shot of the whole lathe, does anybody else think that`s strange?
    Strategic shot of the saddle?
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    Holbrook H-15 apron | MIG Welding Forum...

    Holbrook H-15 apron | MIG Welding Forum

    I know the feeling!
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    Keep it coming rustytool, the more pics the...

    Keep it coming rustytool, the more pics the better. The apron looks in great condition.
    Have you found any grease in the oil nipples?
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    I am sure the shaft will repair, the collar and...

    I am sure the shaft will repair, the collar and pin I doubt are savable though lol :nutter:
    Keep up the good work rustytool, to say the least it will be worth it!:D
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    Hi Dale, I hope your not going to use...

    Hi Dale,
    I hope your not going to use that chip tray as is, you WILL trip over it at some point!
    Nice lathe by the way, it should serve you well.
    100 years old, nicely run in then:D
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    WOW! That just looks right. "Holbrook ;- the...

    WOW! That just looks right.
    "Holbrook ;- the thinking mans Dean Smith and Grace"
    That should be on a Tshirt, Limy Sami
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    Can you take a close up picture of the first...

    Can you take a close up picture of the first switch please Z showing all the writing?
    i have tried coping and enlarging the image, but it is too blurred.
    Ta very much
    Glen.
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    I would just like to thank all who have...

    I would just like to thank all who have contributed to this thread, when the electrics are fixed this 1960`s one user lathe will be for sale in the U.K. A shame really, though not really what I want...
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    Cheers CalG, Thanks for the link, I...

    Cheers CalG,
    Thanks for the link, I am sure that will help.
    All I need now is two switch units:D
    Regards
    Glen.
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    Hi CalG, I also have a LZ330 which has had the...

    Hi CalG,
    I also have a LZ330 which has had the same switch removed, I do have a ref NNW 15, could this be a switch reference number?
    Any further advice would be most welcome.
    Regards
    Glen.
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    Thanks Adrian, That`s what I...

    Thanks Adrian,
    That`s what I needed.
    You can normally source a discontinued part if you hunt for one, no matter,an equivalent will be sourced and fitted, thanks for the help.
    Regards...
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    Weiler Matador: forward/neutral/reverse switch.

    Hi All,
    I am looking for the part number and photo if possible for the above switch which is located under the tail stock end connected to the hex rod by a lever, this was removed years ago...
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    You don`t need any of those parts to get the...

    You don`t need any of those parts to get the lathe working, they are nice to have, but other steadies can be adapted,plenty of oil on the ways and that tailstock will glide.
    Enjoy.
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