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  1. OK, back to the gearbox from the Toyota...

    OK, back to the gearbox from the Toyota discussion....

    By wiggling the faceplate back and forth, I was finally able to get a dental pick under both sides and pop it off. There was lots of horrid...
  2. Thanks for the photo. I have removed the dowel...

    Thanks for the photo.
    I have removed the dowel pin but the brass faceplate isn't budging. I'll try again.
    I recall looking at the thread mentioned above, "Step by Step Round Dial Gearbox Removal...
  3. The shaft that I can't remove appears to be #102...

    The shaft that I can't remove appears to be #102 in the manual, the "Tumbler Lock Shaft".

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    Here are two photos. The first shows the shaft threading into a collar. The threaded part is...
  4. 10EE round dial gearbox disassembly help needed

    I'm working on the gearbox for a 1943 round-dial 10EE because of massive oil leaks. It is out and on my bench. I started disassembly and got stuck! I don't see a way into the internals. Does the...
  5. PART 2 9. Remove the four cap screws holding...

    PART 2

    9. Remove the four cap screws holding the Tumbler Shaft Cap to the gearbox, and then remove the entire assembly. (You don't have to remove the gear that is normally on the shaft. I had...
  6. 10EE round dial gearbox removal instructions

    I'm posting this to help the next beginner who wants/needs to remove the gearbox. Bfore anyone writes "This has already been covered!", I spent many hours here looking in the Monarch discussion...
  7. Rakort is indeed right. There are three socket...

    Rakort is indeed right. There are three socket head screws visible from the outside of the "front bearing" housing, and three more that can only be accessed after the gearbox is pulled away from the...
  8. I'm really trying to NOT remove the headstock and...

    I'm really trying to NOT remove the headstock and gearbox because all I really need to remove is that front bearing casting. It definitely is a separate piece from the gearbox. Unfortunately, it...
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    The 10EE lubrication manual says the headstock...

    The 10EE lubrication manual says the headstock main section takes 3 quarts, so combined with the one pint for both the front and rear bearing reservoirs, a gallon is needed.

    And as far as the...
  10. To identify the source of the leaks, I drained...

    To identify the source of the leaks, I drained the gearbox and then refilled it with kerosene, which is much thinner and also has a red dye so leaks are easy to trace. (The Monarch manual says to...
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    10EE threading gears flat belt source

    Just thought I'd let everyone know that McMaster-Carr will make custom-length flat belts. I order a 1" x 33" to drive the threading gears for my 1942 10EE and it fits perfectly. Cost was about $35...
  12. Would someone with a round-dial 10EE post a photo...

    Would someone with a round-dial 10EE post a photo of the underside of the lathe body, above and to the left of the motor, to show if the mysterious 1" bolt I present on their lathe? Thanks. - Carl
  13. Sorry. I was referring to the gearbox and I...

    Sorry. I was referring to the gearbox and I realized after I posted this that there is indeed a sight-glass for it. Must have been all that expensive Mobile oil fumes I was breathing...

    No, I...
  14. Major oil spill after refilling 10EE for first time

    After nearly a year of working on my 1942 10EE...the motor runs!!...I was ready to start testing it. Filled the headstock and gearbox according to the manual's specs, then went in the other room to...
  15. Oh. Duh. Very embarrassed.

    Oh. Duh. Very embarrassed.
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    I'm talking about these exposed gears, not the...

    I'm talking about these exposed gears, not the speed reducer.

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    OK, I'll find some of the KEL open gear lube as recommended by "rustytool".
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    Round-dial 10EE end-gear lubrication

    I searched the Monarch 10EE lubrication manual and the user's manual, and here too, but I don't find any information about lubrication of the back gears. It is hard to believe the gear teeth run...
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    10EE tailstock lubrication dip-stick?

    I've taken the tailstock apart on my 1943 10EE and am a bit confused about the lubrication.
    On the top there is an oil hole and that appears to keep the tailstock screw and spindle lubed. OK.
    Then...
  19. Yup, turns out that is where they go. Of course,...

    Yup, turns out that is where they go. Of course, it is the only piece of the this lathe where I don't have an exploded drawing! Can someone point me to one online or perhaps send me a scan?
  20. 10EE Wiper, P/N EE-1558: where does it go?

    I ordered all new wipers from Monarch for my 10EE, and they sent four p/n EE-1558. I can't find that in the manual, and it doesn't match anything I found on the lathe. Anyone know where they go?
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  21. Replacing 10EE leadscrew reverse shifter packing?

    My 1942 10EE uses string packing around the shaft that engages the reverse clutch rack. Has anyone ever just replaced it with a stack of modern O-rings? The shaft is .750" and the hole for the...
  22. round-dial 10EE end gear bearings: info for reference

    I've been refurbishing a 1042 10EE, and learned something about the bearings in the back gear section. I'd thought I'd pass this along for reference.

    There two gears that are on adjustable bases. ...
  23. 10EE backgear/speed-reducer bearing oil supply

    In a different thread, I posited that the front motor bearing on my 10EE is lubricated by fluid in the backgear/speed-reducer. One person commented that it isn't. Now that I have the motor apart, I...
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    OK, that explains the 3H KB motor controller that...

    OK, that explains the 3H KB motor controller that is on this lathe.
    Funny that is has a "Property of US Navy" and serial # tag. Since it isn't original to the 10EE, I'm stumped. Did the Navy...
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    Newbie question: if this an M-G motor?

    I've been working from the top down on a 1942 10EE and today, pulled the coolant pump and the motor. I keep readying all these messages about the various motor types. What is this one? There isn't...
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