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  1. Never works unless set up as "formal" lead screw...

    Never works unless set up as "formal" lead screw reverse with single tooth dog clutches. The ordinary reverse "loses its place", while the LSR is designed to never "lose its place"

    Far more...
  2. Here is a handy chart Standard Tapers...

    Here is a handy chart

    Standard Tapers

    ph
  3. All that is replaced by a piece of iron chucked...

    All that is replaced by a piece of iron chucked up and a nice point turned on it with the compound - dog tail resting on a chuck jaw

    The deluxe version having a shoulder on it so it cannot be...
  4. Yep, 14" says 15 1/4" as of my 1920 catalog

    Yep, 14" says 15 1/4" as of my 1920 catalog
  5. No serial data in serial book for WB - that only...

    No serial data in serial book for WB - that only goes back to 1920 in any case
  6. Except DOUBLE back gears has two separate...

    Except DOUBLE back gears has two separate selectable ratios - resulting in SIX back geared speeds assuming the three steps of the cone pulley are being used.

    Maybe looking at this 24" Greaves...
  7. As to BG - it is either one or the other - no...

    As to BG - it is either one or the other - no effect on each other - plainly clarified in spec sheets as two differing stand alone ratios

    Thumbnail shows the L&S 14 having 2.75:1 and 7.9:1 BG...
  8. Maybe the draftsman had not been there long...

    Maybe the draftsman had not been there long enough to know how it was spelled
  9. Even the literature says 9 speeds - 3 open belt,...

    Even the literature says 9 speeds - 3 open belt, 3 low back gear, 3 high back gear. Or if a person sprung for a two speed counter shaft, 18



    Drive all changes all this - assuming you are no...
  10. At least 2, no more than 5 - not like it was...

    At least 2, no more than 5 - not like it was going to tear anything up with flapping belt drive

    Counter shaft cones are seldom duplicates, but would certainly work - maybe with less than perfect...
  11. This long hefty L&S Model X apparently gets by...

    This long hefty L&S Model X apparently gets by with a pair - one factory, one shop built
  12. Making some Here is a "go-by" if you so choose...

    Making some

    Here is a "go-by" if you so choose

    Alter details and dimensions to suit
  13. Its share I would say. The engineering texts...

    Its share I would say.

    The engineering texts tell us that cast iron has huge compressive strength but only so-so STIFFNESS (as a beam) - so the center leg takes away the possibility of SAG
  14. Smallest in my 1920 catalog is a 14" Thumbnail...

    Smallest in my 1920 catalog is a 14"

    Thumbnail is a 16 heavy I scanned long ago - there are also Medium Duty versions

    On the 3rd leg (leveling) - like my 102" Monarch, I work on the third or...
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