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    Some more info would help. What type of mount?...

    Some more info would help. What type of mount? Assuming threaded but size and pitch? What size 3 jaw? Do you want the quality of a $300 chuck or is that your Mac and youíd prefer something cheaper...
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    I may actually have one of those.. if not...

    I may actually have one of those.. if not threadmilling is a viable option. Youíd be hard pressed to single point that. The minimum dia. Of that thread must be around .4-.38Ē.
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    I suppose you could do that. But with a cylinder...

    I suppose you could do that. But with a cylinder causing constant pressure on one side of the thread profile at all times Iíd expect some expedited wear. Pressure on the screw during a cut is one...
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    What thread is your screw and nut? Iíve got quite...

    What thread is your screw and nut? Iíve got quite a few acme taps, I may be able to thread something for you if needed.

    Or if the screw and nut are both worn Iíd be happy to make you a replacement.
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    That Tailstock is definitely home made, looks...

    That Tailstock is definitely home made, looks functional enough. If it lines up on center and is parallel to the ways then good on Ďem.

    Iím on mobile otherwise Iíd look up the serial for you, you...
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    Pay what I paid for it, $200. Itís a Yuasa chuck...

    Pay what I paid for it, $200. Itís a Yuasa chuck and it can ship it a Large Flat Rate via USPS. Comes with the camlock pins.

    Sold, pending payment.
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    Iíve got a 10Ē D1-6 direct mount 4 jaw, the jaws...

    Iíve got a 10Ē D1-6 direct mount 4 jaw, the jaws could use a regrind, but all of the components are still tight. No wear in the sliding surfaces between jaw and chuck. Just a bit of bell mouthing.
  8. Firstly, I would consult Ted Pflunger at...

    Firstly, I would consult Ted Pflunger at [email protected], heís the go-to for NOS or take off parts. Heís generally pretty good about having parts. If Ted canít help you I could make you one if you...
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    I meant chasing the thread. Taking down the...

    I meant chasing the thread. Taking down the diameter is trivial but the thread might be a bit more of a challenge. I know on my 13 the thread on the spindle comes to an abrupt stop at the shoulder....
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    Probably could, should be plenty of meat there....

    Probably could, should be plenty of meat there. Just remember you only get to fuck up once.
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    Well Iíve got one that does, one that doesnít. So...

    Well Iíve got one that does, one that doesnít. So Iíd say at least 1% of lathes have a tang slot in the tailstock. Give or take a few percent of course.
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    A lot of old south bend’s don’t have a slot for...

    A lot of old south bend’s don’t have a slot for the tang. The only benefit of a tang on your tooling is the ability to remove your tooling without a pickle fork. If there’s a way to remove tooling...
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    Wow thatís lucky!

    Wow thatís lucky!
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    I donít believe the fasteners are cast iron but I...

    I donít believe the fasteners are cast iron but I could be wrong. If they sheared Iíd look for damage to the gearing for the power cross feed and lateral feed. Thatís a lot of force to shear those...
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    Iím not 100% certain, youíd need to verify.. but...

    Iím not 100% certain, youíd need to verify.. but there is a complete double tumbler gearbox on eBay, I believe you can swap yours for that but it might require a different lead screw. Iím not really...
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    Youíll be hard pressed to find just the housing...

    Youíll be hard pressed to find just the housing for the gear box, youíll likely need to buy a complete box and swap out parts in better condition and sell off the rest or just use it as is and save...
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    Man I just donít even know where to start on...

    Man I just donít even know where to start on this! I really appreciate the very DRAMATIC editing work youíve done here. It really adds an appreciation for dramatically gazing into the distance in my...
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    well, you can get the tubing in 4' lengths for $1...

    well, you can get the tubing in 4' lengths for $1 from McMaster and 100 caps is $9, so it's cheaper to just buy from them (assuming it's not the only reason and ignoring shipping) than it would be to...
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    sizes above 1/2" are recommended to drill 1/32"...

    sizes above 1/2" are recommended to drill 1/32" under the final ream size. I think the rule is 3-5% final hole diameter should be left for reaming.
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    I canít help you with the machine, on mobile and...

    I canít help you with the machine, on mobile and just donít feel like going through all of that.

    As for the 3 phase debacle.. there usually wouldnít be a plug on the machine regardless of 3 phase...
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    an appropriately sized RPC. They would recommend...

    an appropriately sized RPC. They would recommend you get at least double your highest HP motor, so 15HP for you assuming your lathe has the most ponies.
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    I didnít even notice the name, thanks for the...

    I didnít even notice the name, thanks for the purchase! If you can give me the part numbers for the gears Iíll take a look when I get home.
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    Well, it really depends on what is causing the...

    Well, it really depends on what is causing the play, if its side to side, or in the ways, make sure your gib is sufficiently tight with the adjustment screw which is on the cross slide to the upper...
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    If you want to get rid of some of that play in...

    If you want to get rid of some of that play in the cross slide, I can definitely help you with that!
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    Hi Eric, Iím on mobile or iíd Link it for you....

    Hi Eric, Iím on mobile or iíd Link it for you. But in the sticky topics in this sub forum one is asking for serial numbers. If you go to that topic, the second post has a link to Steve wells website....
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