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  1. hope you get more things to sell soon, good...

    hope you get more things to sell soon, good prices, fast shipping, very well packed, I look forward to future transactions. Thanks Lazz
  2. my daughter wants it, she did a pretty good job...

    my daughter wants it, she did a pretty good job restoring an old Hobart lathe I have, unfortunately shipping one in that condition would likely be more than it's value.as others have said it depends...
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    ok everybody, I looked in our old stock parts,...

    ok everybody, I looked in our old stock parts, and either we used up the heavy duty spindles, or moved them someplace I'm not looking ( did manage to find some parts for a flathead chrysler though)...
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    sorry about the confusion. it was an older single...

    sorry about the confusion. it was an older single post like you see in classic filling station photos, they were dangerous and required manual set safeties that were sometimes in the way. The single...
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    straight down, air over hydraulic single center...

    straight down, air over hydraulic single center post, antiques by today's standards they were notorious for failure but we were a young business with little money.
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    shapers are a bit "trendy" right now, they're on...

    shapers are a bit "trendy" right now, they're on a few sellers websites, we even recently bought two for running simple squaring work on rough or tough metals, they also work well for internal...
  7. no problem, another tip for leaking old gear...

    no problem, another tip for leaking old gear boxes, I have used NEW clean, quality chainsaw bar oil as a climbing oil in boxes that have no pump. lubricates and quiets chattery gears and chains,...
  8. probably a bad or weak winding on one of the...

    probably a bad or weak winding on one of the fields, this can happen if somebody jerry rigged a way around three phase. Or just plain old motor. It could be re-wound by an electrical repair shop. But...
  9. motor oil should never be used in machines as a...

    motor oil should never be used in machines as a lubricant due to the "scrubbing" additives, however pure petroleum oils work just fine in older machines. you should check vintagemachinery.org for the...
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    machining PLA isn't too bad at slow speeds with...

    machining PLA isn't too bad at slow speeds with sharp cutters, we did this to make a temporary thread dial for a couple of the lathes at the shop. (American Pacemaker parts are hard to find) printed...
  11. most likely the buyer would be doing a lot of...

    most likely the buyer would be doing a lot of work to this machine, as a buyer of all used machines that needed work to get our shop going, I have had to repair ways, replace motors, straighten lead...
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    @9finger nice muffler baffle, for the chainsaw of...

    @9finger nice muffler baffle, for the chainsaw of course, right?

    I've never known a machinist who always finished every personal project, we somehow supersede our own designs before even finishing...
  13. I just did a search on your model lathe, there...

    I just did a search on your model lathe, there are some nice photos on the world wide net that show mounting, location and plumbing of the pump. as to using flood coolant, absolutely! I love mine...
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    back when we used to do a lot of small engine...

    back when we used to do a lot of small engine work in our shop we used to see a lot of these, the housings were weak castings and broke apart in a variety of ways in few hours of use, it was a real...
  15. use a small mirror held at an angle ( think...

    use a small mirror held at an angle ( think dental mirror) there are sold in a wide variety of sizes shapes and lengths from nearly all hardware stores, auto parts stores and tool suppliers. they...
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    I grew up in a mechanic shop (three locations as...

    I grew up in a mechanic shop (three locations as we grew) never had a hoist go over but dad insisted in yards of concrete under each hoist anchor bolts welded to the re bar. on the other hand I...
  17. I'd like A pic 2, G,H,J pic 14. payment through...

    I'd like A pic 2, G,H,J pic 14. payment through paypal let me know how to proceed. Thanks
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    if you can't find one here, try e-bay, bought...

    if you can't find one here, try e-bay, bought several good heads on there, if you can't find one, I have one I'm not using and maybe can make you a deal. good luck.
  19. three suggestions as one who does a fair amount...

    three suggestions as one who does a fair amount of buying and selling. 1. get some pictures posted here, they tell a lot about the machine and most machinists won't even consider a machine without...
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    I know you've probably already tried e-bay and...

    I know you've probably already tried e-bay and craigs list, but thought I'd mention it. I've made several good purchases that way. good luck.
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    they're selling like hot cakes on e bay for...

    they're selling like hot cakes on e bay for 2500.00
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    sure wish I could buy it, but I won't be out...

    sure wish I could buy it, but I won't be out there again for several months. try e bay before trashing, they're bringing much more on there than you're asking!
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    all of these machinists, and no build it your...

    all of these machinists, and no build it your selfers?? If you want to fix it you have unlimited choices from making one yourself from stock, to welding, brazing, soldering (silver), bolting or...
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    most drawer pull are of a somewhat complex or...

    most drawer pull are of a somewhat complex or intricate design and for that reason are cast. we need more details on the shape of the pull itself. please post info here so all of us can make...
  25. The sides would be milled but punch the rest just...

    The sides would be milled but punch the rest just two ops much faster than cnc still from what I've seen. But it's your part, I am just wondering.
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