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    Gordon The R model has separate clutches Tom...

    Gordon
    The R model has separate clutches

    Tom
    For every word I type I discovered if I add another letter then backspace then use the space bar I create a space. Comp is screwed up
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    What...

    What sizemodelnumberyearcolorandotherspecsdoyouhavesowecanhelp?
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    Just an update for the sear. A friend of mine...

    Just an update for the sear. A friend of mine tackled this project and it has been working the last few months without failure. For a puny little chunk of steel there was a pile of measurements and...
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    Hopefully it will do you just fine. Good luck...

    Hopefully it will do you just fine. Good luck with her. What's with the trav-a-dial in the specs. Looks like a keypad on it?
  5. Might be a tad harder to turn, but the original...

    Might be a tad harder to turn, but the original is only 1" more. Plus it looks better and out of the way.
  6. Sounds like my Polish made VIS. Damn decent...

    Sounds like my Polish made VIS. Damn decent quality. Those are to hold the standard in place so you can more easily set/zero your mic.
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    Antique Hess & Schneck Lathe Other than the...

    Antique Hess & Schneck Lathe

    Other than the spelling and calling it a clone West Bend it seems to be priced very right.
    Antique Hess Schneck Metal lathe - tools - by owner - sale
  8. Get a strong shop cart and lower table to that...

    Get a strong shop cart and lower table to that height, or shim cart with wood up to table. Easily and carefully move table and cart away from mill. A nice flat level floor will help.
  9. You're right Bill. I've got a Chevalier 40 taper....

    You're right Bill. I've got a Chevalier 40 taper. The table is 70" plus including power feed and handles. Came through a 46" doorway. Get the table all the way to one end or other and "screw" the...
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    Any time I can go "up" instead out" I will. This...

    Any time I can go "up" instead out" I will. This holds the "B" series, but could be made for any. Since this pic I've added 8 more stations.

    100_1864_zps3vndyba1.jpg Photo by rbehner | Photobucket
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    Oh boy do I agree with you John. I've got two...

    Oh boy do I agree with you John. I've got two friends that have them. Their sentiments exactly.
  12. 267904267903 Nice looking lathe. You...

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    Nice looking lathe. You put some serious work into her. That model was my first venture into turret lathes. I moved on to W/S, but that lathe made me a very good living for a...
  13. Nope, that's why you have to make that adapter.

    Nope, that's why you have to make that adapter.
  14. I was born in this lousy town. I'm on Gravel Pit...

    I was born in this lousy town. I'm on Gravel Pit (Laurel) 500 foot from Substation.
    Leading such a sheltered life may be why I've never heard of box & pin.
  15. Whatza "box thread"?

    Whatza "box thread"?
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    SARGENT (https://www.sargentlock.com/en/)

    SARGENT
  17. Thread: center rest

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    What some people may not realize is that steady...

    What some people may not realize is that steady may not fit your particular lathe, BUT it takes next to nothing to adapt it. Cut down or adapt it up. Doesn't have to be perfectly centered. That's...
  18. The biggest problem with a Wells elevator handle...

    The biggest problem with a Wells elevator handle is that it sticks out so far you'll walk into it. Mud's got the right idea.
  19. The one pictured is a cheapo from Shars, but I'd...

    The one pictured is a cheapo from Shars, but I'd definitely get one of these from HQT. They're 10 times the quality, plus they're twin pinned. I've got one on the other mill and it's great.
    PN 1021,...
  20. I used an adjustable job. Made an adapter for the...

    I used an adjustable job. Made an adapter for the Wells and presto!
    Wells Slideshow by rbehner | Photobucket
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    Is there just one head for all sizes? If so, how...

    Is there just one head for all sizes? If so, how do you reset? What battery does it take?
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    Sami, Couldn't have said it better myself....

    Sami,
    Couldn't have said it better myself. You've covered all the avenues a person would need.
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    Don't crank that carriage AT ALL! Until you...

    Don't crank that carriage AT ALL! Until you scrape the ways. If it was me, I'd begin by taking it (the carriage) off. No sense getting shit under the carriage. Before you scrape the rust, spray it...
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    Sekn......

    Sekn......
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    I do a lot of piston rod (chrome bar) work. These...

    I do a lot of piston rod (chrome bar) work. These are just pieces cut on the shear to size and folded into and around the top jaws. It's .030 aluminum from MM Carr. Easily installed and removed....
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