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  1. I am glad you found that useful, I don't remember...

    I am glad you found that useful, I don't remember posting it.
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    A vise collector does have the lathe! I found...

    A vise collector does have the lathe!
    I found the vise at the old Boeing surplus store in the early 1980s, $50, not super cheap back then. I didn't know it was collectable until a couple of years...
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    Good news on the oil filter, my wife's old Chev...

    Good news on the oil filter, my wife's old Chev truck uses that filter.
    It was more then 30yrs ago I was told the tale of woe, about replacing the clutch in an Axelson. Back in those times, the...
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    There is an old thread on that Nelson guy site "I...

    There is an old thread on that Nelson guy site "I don't want to link to it", and the guy that had Anchor machinery in Port Orford Ore, mentioned the possibility, of having to replace bearings, as...
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    Thank you! that is a really good start, the...

    Thank you! that is a really good start, the machine is buried in other junk, hopefully I can tunnel my way to the inspection cover.
    The bearing problem was another warning I heard also.
    This...
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    Axelson lathe clutch

    maybe another machine rescue, found a 20" Axelson with a bad clutch.
    I was told by a machine dealer many years ago that "you better know what you are doing before you get into the headstock of an...
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    Total idiot, cant admit he is wrong! little dick...

    Total idiot, cant admit he is wrong! little dick syndrome I suppose...

    There is the third ingredient, the brass brush, a steel brush is not near as effective, or, there is an interaction with the...
  8. " The 24T gears replaces the reverse gear on...

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    The 24T gears replaces the reverse gear on the end train, "I Think", have to remove the inner cover, One of my I/M machines came with 3 other gears, and a printout related to cutting decimal...
  9. This is the first time I have seen a chart for...

    This is the first time I have seen a chart for the 24T gear. Monarch states the gear allows "all" metric threads to be cut. I have never needed to use it, but it certainly extends the range of...
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    I find the chucks unmistakable from others at a...

    I find the chucks unmistakable from others at a glance, because they are different. I use face plates enough that I have to have one, that was a great deal there.
    Because I spent the money for the...
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    "It's difficult to argue with results! " ...

    "It's difficult to argue with results! "
    Certainly, as can be seen, the mutts that "like" each other in "kinky ways", do it anyway.
    donie, always shows photos, always test things out before...
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    It looks like something made at Hanford, From...

    It looks like something made at Hanford, From what I Have seen on other similar heads is more of a large knurled knob. And that is something I will do, if the head is moved much at all, the crank...
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    Well, he tried to mix it with his little midget...

    Well, he tried to mix it with his little midget dick! Cant do that, causes contamination.

    Another looser that says you cant, but I do fucking show you can.

    And just who is "we", I think its...
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    https://i.imgur.com/Dcc0mFG.jpg ...

    https://i.imgur.com/Dcc0mFG.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/Cyh0SKa.jpg

    The bright metal parts of the machine get brighter wiping the machine down with kerosene then oil, after the rust is removed...
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    The vertical head has a tag saying "use little...

    The vertical head has a tag saying "use little grease" thankfully the attachment was completely full of grease saving the bearings from water damage.
    The attachment is a #10, serial# 54, It appears...
  16. Hey buddie! I want to help you find a tumble, I...

    Hey buddie! I want to help you find a tumble, I am easy to find right here in smalla walla any time.
  17. Bad ass system using a single Timken bearing for...

    Bad ass system using a single Timken bearing for thrust, having the benefit of pulling the bar to the center of the spindle. Also, the 5c chuck is adjustable for radial run-out.
    If any part of the...
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    One dealer that has one for sale described it as...

    One dealer that has one for sale described it as automatic, so much for that. Looking at other photos I have taken, it looks like the motor is missing, so it will sit where it is.
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    The nose piece can be easily fabricated on the...

    The nose piece can be easily fabricated on the machine itself in a variety of ways, the one on this machine is adjustable for radial run-out. The part that actually holds the collet is made from a...
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    Locally saws are always hard to find and...

    Locally saws are always hard to find and expensive, might be that every farm needs one for general operation. I just snapped a couple of photos of this saw while buying a drill, I will look it over...
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    Looks like your saw has an all electric console,...

    Looks like your saw has an all electric console, the one in the junk yard has hydraulics routed to the console, probably a less costly model.
    The hydraulics is not a problem, I work with that...
  22. Yes, you have to adjust the reticle to the center...

    Yes, you have to adjust the reticle to the center of your spindle, an easy way to do this is, Have a clean shiny piece of metal held down, then make the smallest mark you can do with a drill on the...
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    Amada CR300 bandsaw?

    I am familiar with most saws except this brand. It looks like it fell off a truck, crunched control console, but mechanically the drive is not broken.
    Is it worth saving?...
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    Looking a little closer, the spindle bearing are...

    Looking a little closer, the spindle bearing are good, and the main 50 taper is good.
    The vertical attachment 40 taper is rough machined and has a poor contact surface with tool holders. And, the...
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    Sounds like the synchro's are out in your...

    Sounds like the synchro's are out in your transmission! You should learn how to cut screw threads, dont give me non of your crap about spring cuts on 50hp Niles lathes, you have never successfully...
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