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  1. just securely block up the apron, no need to pull...

    just securely block up the apron, no need to pull gearbox/leadscrew.
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    what is your spindle? 1 3/8" or 1 1/2"...

    what is your spindle? 1 3/8" or 1 1/2" ???.......dont recall the exact date when they switched from the smaller thread nose to the 1.5"x8 tpi but yours is right in the area date wise it could go...
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    maybe the easiest thing you can do is send Ted...

    maybe the easiest thing you can do is send Ted and email, include pic and he will know exactly what you need, and likely can supply the pieces....one stop shopping will save you from multiple...
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    you are missing the- banjo assembly with the...

    you are missing the-
    banjo assembly with the primary and sliding gears
    banjo bed bracket
    Gearbox input gear(64T)

    before you start sinking money tho, would advise a strip down to basic...
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    might be interested...can't see any pics tho.

    might be interested...can't see any pics tho.
  6. when in doubt,choose the devil you know.

    when in doubt,choose the devil you know.
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    and tailstock.(quill graduations and feed...

    and tailstock.(quill graduations and feed screw/quill nut)
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    18DP....they "might" be the same as workshop...

    18DP....they "might" be the same as workshop series 9".....which are 18DP x 3/8" thick x 9/16" bore IIRC.
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    post up those gear specs...include the face...

    post up those gear specs...include the face width(how "thick")and bore size.
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    not what you are looking for but there is an 11"...

    not what you are looking for but there is an 11" follow rest in the tooling for sale section.
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    provide tooth count and outside diameter of the...

    provide tooth count and outside diameter of the big gear on the bottom and we can determine what gears will work.

    You currently have the fine feed gears in place and are fortunauate to have them,...
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    gonna be down for a bit, but small victories...:)...

    gonna be down for a bit, but small victories...:)

    It's not all buttoned up cause I need to make new shims and set clearances but it's clean and smooth turning , reused the original square wood...
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    most gun guys seem to like the replaceable brass...

    most gun guys seem to like the replaceable brass tips, otherwise no real advantage I can tell.

    the only personal experience I can give is the tools4cheap steadies were actually quite nice, I used...
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    lost creek machinery has one of the tools for...

    lost creek machinery has one of the tools for cheap steady rests that is made to accept adapters to fit different machines....it has the @[email protected]$ adapter but you could easily make one for your Sheldon,...
  15. I'm afraid I don't meet your prerequisites.:) ...

    I'm afraid I don't meet your prerequisites.:)

    I will say it's pretty neat looking and would like to see more views.
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    4.5 thou is nothing...get your mechanicals sorted...

    4.5 thou is nothing...get your mechanicals sorted and you'll be fine.

    Have fun with it and think fondly of dad while you use it....he will be watching.:)
  17. whew, for a second I thought you might be this...

    whew, for a second I thought you might be this guy.

    Kerf Loss: Minimizing Loss Per Cut with REALLY expensive material
  18. serial is 39441....what looks like a - is an...

    serial is 39441....what looks like a - is an incomplete stamp from the 4...look at the first 4 to see what I mean.

    cool old SB.
  19. knowing/seeing the design would help w/ regard to...

    knowing/seeing the design would help w/ regard to suggestions.
  20. FWIW- I don't replace filler, don't have...

    FWIW- I don't replace filler, don't have to....today's paints along with some creative techniques make it unneeded...I let the paint get tacky and then "stiple" it with the end of the brush...it will...
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    contrary to what you may have been told, size...

    contrary to what you may have been told, size does matter.:D

    <hint,hint>

    ps- what kind of duty too? Is CI body fine,or do you need steel?
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    That is standard box for workshop series 9/10k...

    That is standard box for workshop series 9/10k -AFAIK the only one ever offered.
  23. sounds like the filler coat....usually thick on...

    sounds like the filler coat....usually thick on the head and bed....nasty stuff....on the old ones I would swear they used pig dung...stinks like hell.
  24. in my perhaps controversial opinion, provided all...

    in my perhaps controversial opinion, provided all is properly adjusted,there is little you can do to the SB9 to increase "rigidity".....making the SB9 perform is ALL about the cutting tool, there is...
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    IMO if backlash is enough to bother you, the...

    IMO if backlash is enough to bother you, the better solution by far is a new nut and/or screw.....compensating nuts do not fix the problem and actually just make things worse....between backlash and...
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