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    Living in veritable tool desert I paid $800 for...

    Living in veritable tool desert I paid $800 for my K&T 2HL in good working order. I think you might be high on your price. It seems the bigger the machine the cheaper they go for as not everyone can...
  2. Mori MV-45 Instruction Manual Free to Loving Home

    I picked up a Lista desk at an auction a while back and inside was an instruction manual for a Mori MV-45. It is missing some pages in the lubrication section as the binding has come apart but the...
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    Just an update on the Morris Horizontal Boring...

    Just an update on the Morris Horizontal Boring Machine.After a whirlwind 1,400 mile roundtrip drive in 33 hours, we managed to get the Morris to its new home in Utah. I wish I could have spent a...
  4. For posterity's sake, the photos and ad text. ...

    For posterity's sake, the photos and ad text.

    Hendey lathe - $300 (Hopewell Junction)
    1917 Hendey 12 x 6 lathe, has tool holders, toolpost, collet closer, steady rest, tailstock, taper...
  5. IF you want help furthering your addiction you're...

    IF you want help furthering your addiction you're in the right place. If you want help recovering, you need to stay far away from the folks on this forum.

    Here is a link to a site that you should...
  6. Jeff, As someone who contracted the disease in...

    Jeff,

    As someone who contracted the disease in a similar manner (my initial purchase was a lathe but the symptoms are the same) with no metalworking knowledge and no resources other than this...
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    Carl, That is a bummer for you. Also a bummer...

    Carl,

    That is a bummer for you. Also a bummer is the fact that those machines will most likely end up in a scrappers shredder now.

    Good luck on your next attempt.

    Craig
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    Carl, I would take some time to play with the...

    Carl,

    I would take some time to play with the Van Norman when you get it home. I wish I'd kept my No. 12 until I found a bigger VN to take its place next to the K&T. Far more rigid than a BP. The...
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    I have a K&T 2HL Universal with a BP 2J clone...

    I have a K&T 2HL Universal with a BP 2J clone mounted on it and love it. I had a Van Norman No.12 prior to the K&T and find the movable quill, the variable speed and the 4200 rpm top speed work well...
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    Just thought I'd post the photos for the day when...

    Just thought I'd post the photos for the day when the ad goes away.

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    tschroder, you'll need to start your own thread...

    tschroder, you'll need to start your own thread to get much of response. Make sure you say what you are looking for in the subject line.

    Good luck,

    Craig
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    Bret Rochotte, that bore should be perpendicular...

    Bret Rochotte, that bore should be perpendicular to the v on the bottom of the headstock. I wouldn't think it would be too hard to setup on the table of a horizontal mill and bore it out for a...
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    I suspect, if it is still available, it is...

    I suspect, if it is still available, it is located near Traverse City, Michigan.

    Craig
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    lathes1955, From post #16 on page 1 of this...

    lathes1955, From post #16 on page 1 of this thread. Try a PM to Hendeyman. Good luck with your shaper.

    "LTM:

    Terry of Bellindustries and myself entered into a joint project to produce a very...
  16. Lars, Thanks for posting your work on the...

    Lars,

    Thanks for posting your work on the Hendey. I'm hoping I don't have to get that far into mine any time soon but all the photos you've put up will help if I do. Glad you're back up and...
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    Looks like fun. I'd consider brazing the holes...

    Looks like fun. I'd consider brazing the holes with silicon bronze, or something similar, and then grind it smooth and it will be good as new when painted. Maybe give it a light pass with a needle...
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    The dogs for the clutch are fairly simple. There...

    The dogs for the clutch are fairly simple. There is a round section turned down on the back of the square stock and it is pressed into the gear.

    Craig
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    David, Have cleared up room, please try again....

    David,

    Have cleared up room, please try again.

    Craig
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    I wonder if Boston Gear has any suitable gears...

    I wonder if Boston Gear has any suitable gears (similar to this:...
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    I'm a geologist out at the big hole on the west...

    I'm a geologist out at the big hole on the west side of the valley. I took up machining about 10 years ago to support a drilling business I had. Now, thoroughly infected with Old Iron Disease, I...
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    bonemech, I'd be happy to help you out if you're...

    bonemech, I'd be happy to help you out if you're not too far in the hinterlands of Utah. I live in North Utah County and work in the Salt Lake Valley. I've got a working lathe and another undergoing...
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    jwearing, based on my experience with my 2...

    jwearing, based on my experience with my 2 Hendeys, I'd suspect that was a ball oiler rather than a grease zerk. I haven't encountered any grease zerks on my 1910 cone head or my 1943 gearhead. Just...
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    I should have been clearer in Post #3. The shaft...

    I should have been clearer in Post #3. The shaft that the single tooth dog clutch slides on was removed first, as well as the single tooth dog clutch, then the shaft holding the idler gear was driven...
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    Asquith, If I may be so bold as to hijack your...

    Asquith, If I may be so bold as to hijack your hijack, in one of the photos you linked to I noticed a very familiar looking arrangement. In the fore of the photo below it appears that there is a...
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