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  1. I am very likely wrong, but since my '68 had no...

    I am very likely wrong, but since my '68 had no "in and out feed" I assume none had

    As far as the KNEE up and down - later ones were available with electric motor assist - but only as a rapid:D
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    Its a removable block gap bed - probably why it...

    Its a removable block gap bed - probably why it has "wrong hand" carriage

    FF - any lettering on doors on the cabinet legs?
  3. Look at compounding above in Post #3 - typical...

    Look at compounding above in Post #3 - typical gearing for metric threading is like 100 and 127 teeth

    A less exact approximation is like 63 and 80

    The compounding pair are normally fastened...
  4. They are out there - not a lot, but some. This...

    They are out there - not a lot, but some. This requires some work to make the D1-5" back plate fit the chuck. From the price, I would assume this is Chinese

    8" 3-Jaw D1-5 Cam-Lock Lathe Chucks ...
  5. Here is a paragraph from the above linked pub in...

    Here is a paragraph from the above linked pub in Post #3 that describes the quick change gear box

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  6. One in LP Michigan and a few photos ...

    One in LP Michigan and a few photos

    https://grandrapids.craigslist.org/tls/d/shelbyville-16-walcott-lathe/7369921547.html

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  7. One in Rhode Island and its photo ...

    One in Rhode Island and its photo

    https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/tls/d/bellingham-walcott-lathe/7381319572.html

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    Glad to do it!

    Glad to do it!
  9. WE can help with good photos of the end gearing...

    WE can help with good photos of the end gearing AND the pitch of the lead screw

    Here is some generic helpfulness

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    Here is the generic COMPOUNDING

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    Here is a rather plain (no "riser blocks") 24" Le...

    Here is a rather plain (no "riser blocks") 24" Le Blond from those days. (teens or earlier)

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    (thanks to my desktop PC)

    Have the 1911 catalog scanned if you would like...
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    If you have 16 by sixteenths that adds up to an...

    If you have 16 by sixteenths that adds up to an INCH right? :D
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    The 7.125 degrees (or 7 deg, 7 mins & 30 seconds)...

    The 7.125 degrees (or 7 deg, 7 mins & 30 seconds) is half the included angle - for 3.0" taper per foot on dia - such as the D type spindle nose
  13. Or to put that a differing way, the PEC item from...

    Or to put that a differing way, the PEC item from VME is an ordinary sized item with a long "blade"
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    And you can get multiples of the "nearness"...

    And you can get multiples of the "nearness" simply by going further - longer set up helps to" fine tune" the angle

    This set up allowed me to read directly on a large "tenth" indicator - not using...
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    . Catalog says "Both the adjustable clutch and...

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    Catalog says "Both the adjustable clutch and the brake are immersed in oil and are adjustable from the rear of the clutch housing"

    You need to adjust so engagement includes some amount of...
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    USAS B5.9 - 1967 Spindle Noses has all the thread...

    USAS B5.9 - 1967 Spindle Noses has all the thread data related to Plug and Ring gauges for the 6" - 6 thread
  17. Be great to elaborate - or just post a link - on...

    Be great to elaborate - or just post a link - on such activities:D
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    Likely more info would be useful - Like Marvel...

    Likely more info would be useful - Like Marvel and Armstrong Blum
  19. All...."formula" for serial seems to work on pre...

    All...."formula" for serial seems to work on pre 1947 numbers - and is decidedly non working for the "smaller" serials that were first used in 1947
  20. If you refer to apron clutch knob you tighten it...

    If you refer to apron clutch knob you tighten it up (CW) to make feed work

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  21. 32464 N is about early fifties - Maybe '52 or '53...

    32464 N is about early fifties - Maybe '52 or '53

    Per Serial Number Reference Book For Metal Working Machinery


    Calculations? Never heard of such being serial related
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    Appears to be weld bead both sides - which...

    Appears to be weld bead both sides - which suggests welded in flanged pin one side and welded in bush other side - not coming apart until weld beads are gone
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    I'll assume you want the hole to go away, not the...

    I'll assume you want the hole to go away, not the "void" the hole leads to

    Pound in wood plug somewhat below flush

    Fill and finish to suit
  24. I just looked in my 1975 copy of Serial Number...

    I just looked in my 1975 copy of Serial Number Reference Book For Metal Working Machinery
  25. Here is the usual array of informational scans ...

    Here is the usual array of informational scans

    In as least words as possible, the Thrust ring MUST contact the front face of the bearing enough sooner to prevent binding up the tapered spindle...
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