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    You don't have to know everything to be a...

    You don't have to know everything to be a successful owner / director / boss man

    Henry Ford would say "No, I don't know - but in five minutes I can have someone here that does know and can tell us...
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    Based on photos in post number 6 above - and not...

    Based on photos in post number 6 above - and not the one I identified in post number 4 - which is much later

    Top of the line tool room lathe 90 years back

    Has plain (not ball or roller) spindle...
  3. Its a gear head Model A from the teens / early...

    Its a gear head Model A from the teens / early twenties.

    Its from the "Lot Number" days, so has no Monarch serial. None-the-less, Monarch may be able to tell you in general how old it is
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    SB owners Grizzley (sp?) sells the history card...

    SB owners Grizzley (sp?) sells the history card related to that serial if you want to bother - it may or may not have interesting info
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    You could try TURNING the shaft - less hand...

    You could try TURNING the shaft - less hand crank. It appears to be threaded and if passing thru a nut it will MOVE - which way depends on which way your turn it

    You want it to move the "snap...
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    I'd guess similar to a version of the snap ring -...

    I'd guess similar to a version of the snap ring - which is usually one piece

    The one piece jobs retain them selves and are meant to be sprung on or off - quite often with such a tool as snap ring...
  7. Long ago Hendey made this to go to 5000. You...

    Long ago Hendey made this to go to 5000. You don't really think they eschewed cast iron, do you?

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    And how about the tens of millions of cast iron automobile flywheels -...
  8. You might inspect TS for TILT before doing any...

    You might inspect TS for TILT before doing any "fixing" - in other words is the tail stock spindle / ram PARALLEL to flat way?

    If actually that high....

    Raise ALL the head stock, not the...
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    And some more to add ...

    And some more to add

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    Input Pulley / Sheave Mount Fixing

    Here are the whys.:D

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    And one from the fix - following post will have additional

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    J.A.N. = Joint Army / Navy Crossed cannons...

    J.A.N. = Joint Army / Navy

    Crossed cannons suggest artillery related / U.S. Army

    Serial from 1943
  12. Thread: Posting pics

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    Might help - nothing to it ...

    Might help - nothing to it

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    good luck
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    Easily the most important requirement for metal...

    Easily the most important requirement for metal that has to work for a living

    Wright Aeronautical checking such

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    Half nut lever is for THREADING ONLY Get the...

    Half nut lever is for THREADING ONLY

    Get the HN lever positioned where the HNs ARE NOT closed around the lead screw

    NOW - put three position lever in the position that allows cross feed VIA THE...
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    May be helpful

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/posting-pictures-south-bend-forum-372508/?highlight=photos

    Though I think it relates to those "other" devices
  16. Your soon-to-arrive "TOOLS" will "splain"...

    Your soon-to-arrive "TOOLS" will "splain" everything

    I expect the collets laying in the pan are the PUSH OUT variety - but there are also "draw backs" - not necessarily for the same machine
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  17. Moot so far. Matt's great images suggest way...

    Moot so far. Matt's great images suggest way smaller if the threaded nose is actually 2 3/8 - 8. The old 3 had the same spindle bore as the later M-1330 number 2 - and that old #3 has 4 7/8 OD nose...
  18. Need to know "M" number stamped on head stock. ...

    Need to know "M" number stamped on head stock.

    One of them was the M-1330

    Oldies had threaded spindle nose, not so old has A type, six inch size. From your photo I would definitely say threaded...
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    Similar looking. This is a page in South Bend...

    Similar looking.

    This is a page in South Bend Catalog 50-A from March 1940

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    None dedicated for any of them The catalog...

    None dedicated for any of them

    The catalog #50-A shows 13 gears laying on the table apart from the few mounted in place
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    Has the listing for heaters for the 709 - but you...

    Has the listing for heaters for the 709 - but you will have to look at yours and see what "size" it is like a 1

    allen bradley heaters for starters - Bing
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    Lots more than compound but maybe you will want...

    Lots more than compound but maybe you will want it. Funny carriage assembly is for gap bed 11"

    South Bend 11" swing 127A lathe parts - tools - by owner - sale
  23. Probably useful to know that even the best...

    Probably useful to know that even the best Babbitt alloys MELT at around 900F

    Also probably useful to know that 718 exists in two forms - Solution Annealed and Heat Treated - which is exceedingly...
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    Owned a CW16 for over 20 years - never been to...

    Owned a CW16 for over 20 years - never been to the 700 top end yet

    If you want to go faster, at least disconnect oil lines to spindle bearings and see if they actually flow oil thru the Bijur...
  25. Thread: WTB back gear

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    Ted may have such a thing ...

    Ted may have such a thing

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/members/sblatheman/
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