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    Isn't the OP's real question, "Found a bit a tat...

    Isn't the OP's real question, "Found a bit a tat round the ironworks skip, what can I sell it for?"
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    I'd like to buy one, will send a USPS money order...

    I'd like to buy one, will send a USPS money order as soon as I receive your address.

    JD
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    Could the post you refer to be signaling the...

    Could the post you refer to be signaling the return of the Dark Lord?
    He lost his own forum and with Milacron distracted by his building sale and auction, he has launched an assault.
  4. Motion Industries will usually have these in...

    Motion Industries will usually have these in stock.
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    Try a company that makes pipe organs. The...

    Try a company that makes pipe organs.
    The Schantz Organ Company | Pipe Organ Builder since 1873
    Home - Organ Supply
    Etc.
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    First photo, hole in the table shouldn't be there...

    First photo, hole in the table shouldn't be there if there is no way to access it. I'd tap it for a pipe thread and install a flat top electrical box plug. The cast manufacturers plate seems to be...
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    More likely to get information on Anvilfire or...

    More likely to get information on Anvilfire or Iforgeiron websites. One of them has a collection of leg vise images.
  8. Bauer went tits-up recently. Entire shop was...

    Bauer went tits-up recently. Entire shop was sold at auction.
  9. Link to an old ad: Prosperity and Thrift: The...

    Link to an old ad: Prosperity and Thrift: The Coolidge Era and the Consumer Economy, 1921-1929
  10. There are other threads on these compressors. I...

    There are other threads on these compressors. I have one on it's original tank. There is a tarted up one on Youtube. The compressor was made during the 20's, marketed as an air compressor for a...
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    If my intended use was as third axis drill on a...

    If my intended use was as third axis drill on a lathe or as a motorized parting saw, all I need is a depth stop.
    Converting to an air cylinder eliminated a hydraulic setup which I don't have.
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    For a conversion, would hydraulic to pneumatic be...

    For a conversion, would hydraulic to pneumatic be a bad idea?
    Seems like that would be simple, but I'm sure simple comes with a cost.
  13. No worse than termite shitt'n all over this and...

    No worse than termite shitt'n all over this and every other thread.
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    What works well is tool net, stretches to fit...

    What works well is tool net, stretches to fit over the cutting edge, snip with scissor, cheap too. Order on Fleabay
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    I thought Blackhawk was the name put on Snap-On...

    I thought Blackhawk was the name put on Snap-On tools that were wear items, things they didn't want to replace for free?
    I remember when Home Depot first had Husky hand tools. They were different...
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    That is a slide potentiometer (variable resistor).

    That is a slide potentiometer (variable resistor).
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    I thought Challenger was a Proto sub-brand? From...

    I thought Challenger was a Proto sub-brand? From the time when I-R owned Proto. Both my Proto socket sets and my Challenger Combo wrench set came from the same Proto dealer who had to order them for...
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    You really have no clue.

    You really have no clue.
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    Bullshit. New Theater dimmer racks with...

    Bullshit.
    New Theater dimmer racks with rheostats were still being installed in 1970 and they weren't DC either.
    "Old" style Triac dimmers can function just fine with LED bulbs, no overheating.
    ...
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    You are are a trained and licensed home...

    You are are a trained and licensed home inspector?
    Holy crap! Some customers deserve a full refund.
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    Supposedly some differences between the 14 and...

    Supposedly some differences between the 14 and 14N require a different rebuild kit. Fleabay or a machinery dealer's shelves would be the place to look. Is the arbor too damaged to use or just the...
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    Not a pot of Gold

    You already know you aren't going to retire on the money made from selling them. Better that they go to someone who will use them for a modest sum or to someone who can store them until the right...
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    Try one of the blacksmith forums: IforgeIron;...

    Try one of the blacksmith forums: IforgeIron; AnvilFire, etc.
  24. Wiremold Tele-Power Poles, carries power and data...

    Wiremold Tele-Power Poles, carries power and data cables.
    Power Poles and Columns | Legrand
  25. Indian and Programmer don't belong in the same...

    Indian and Programmer don't belong in the same sentence either.
    Similar to amateur and Cardiac Surgeon.
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