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    Don't neglect to turn it the right way...UNDO is...

    Don't neglect to turn it the right way...UNDO is up and away from you :D
  2. Assuming you refer to common vee belts......LOOK...

    Assuming you refer to common vee belts......LOOK on belt for a number - like B90 (or BX90). Purchase belts with the same number
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    Any honing shops in that part of the world? ...

    Any honing shops in that part of the world? Texas Honing in North Houston does 20 footers every day, but the shipping won't be cheap
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    You could look on VM for the latest dial type...

    You could look on VM for the latest dial type number 2 weight and use that as an educated guess since the DTs where the heaviest
  5. Thread: 30tpi, SB 9A

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    Or.....42/56 = .75 and 40 times .75 = 30

    Or.....42/56 = .75 and 40 times .75 = 30
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    If it has T/A or the mounting bolt holes maybe...

    If it has T/A or the mounting bolt holes maybe you can provide Mark with some T/A dimensions related to its mounting on carriage saddle. While you are at it, say length of carriage saddle
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    Both my full line catalogs ('39 and '40) have one...

    Both my full line catalogs ('39 and '40) have one teeny photo of it back there mounting coolant piping for whatever reason

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    PDF page 12 shows back of Series O apron clutch -...

    PDF page 12 shows back of Series O apron clutch - I'll guess its worn out gears - the worm and its gear

    http://www.wswells.com/data/catalog/1930_Bltn_No.16/1930_Bltn_No.16.pdf

    I'll also guess...
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    Mailed this afternoon. Emailed tracking number...

    Mailed this afternoon. Emailed tracking number to you
  10. You could do a search for Bearing Scraper - which...

    You could do a search for Bearing Scraper - which come (or are custom built) in sizes teeny thru large



    My post #3 kicks off with a sentence having the word similar in it:D
  11. "Model A" from late thirties / forties - the...

    "Model A" from late thirties / forties - the "small" L&S
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    Thanks Doozer - I'll mail this out promptly

    Thanks Doozer - I'll mail this out promptly
  13. #4 Universal similar, just bigger "gap" or...

    #4 Universal similar, just bigger

    "gap" or split in bearing filled with phenolic "wedge" - preventing over "snugging"

    I just ground up a "plug " about 8" long the exact same dia as the journal...
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    You are less than half way there 18 to 432 in...

    You are less than half way there

    18 to 432 in 1930

    Last two entries here from 1935 - which shows the later "L" type spindle nose - that your example lacks

    Reed-Prentice Co. - Publication...
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    Pdf Page 17 shows they were making them 110 years...

    Pdf Page 17 shows they were making them 110 years back

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/atw/atw-1911-product-guide.pdf

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  16. Just find the lot numbers in the lot book...

    Just find the lot numbers in the lot book sections here all dated 06/18/2014

    Kearney & Trecker Co. - Publication Reprints | VintageMachinery.org

    have fun
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    Tom - semi finished refers to the piece of metal...

    Tom - semi finished refers to the piece of metal that goes between your spindle nose and the chuck

    By semi finished, they infer that the spindle face of the piece of metal is ready to put on your...
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    11" shown in this 1923 catalog - that makes it a...

    11" shown in this 1923 catalog - that makes it a Series O - a line discontinued about 85 years ago

    http://www.wswells.com/data/catalog/79JR/cat_79jr.pdf


    Here is one of the how to threads on...
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    Might want to delve into that. Early thirties...

    Might want to delve into that. Early thirties catalogs show 14, 16 and 16 Heavy all with 25 1/2" long carriage - suggesting T/As may have been all the same?
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    Never seen the slide bar idea

    Never seen the slide bar idea
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    12" here - fairly ordinary 314277 You can...

    12" here - fairly ordinary

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    You can let it "clap" or lock it up - and you can rotate it to any angle.

    Another way of saying this is the cutting can be in front of ram or behind it, or...
  22. Guess you know or will find out The difference...

    Guess you know or will find out

    The difference between say 2024-0 and 2024 T6 is way more than night and day as to ease (or even success) in bending
  23. Definitely Series O from about 90 or so years back

    Definitely Series O from about 90 or so years back
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    Any actually marked 14 X 54 will be later 12 or...

    Any actually marked 14 X 54 will be later 12 or 18 speed

    Here is that manual scan

    http://pounceatron.dreamhosters.com/docs/hendey/1940-Hendey-Op-Man.pdf

    have fun
  25. In slightly later years Rahn Larmon, and after...

    In slightly later years Rahn Larmon, and after that, Nebel
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