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  1. Put it on Facebook Marketplace too! KIJIJI is...

    Put it on Facebook Marketplace too! KIJIJI is $#itanking as the search software sucks. You have to enter every possible name or spelling in BOTH languages SEPERATELY to find all the listings of the...
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    Would like to see some better/bigger/closeup pics...

    Would like to see some better/bigger/closeup pics of this machine. The headstock looks Hendey but I am not familiar with all the asssembly to the left of it. The red will darken some with use.
  3. How come you can't just screw your contactor to...

    How come you can't just screw your contactor to the wall behind your compressor? One other tip. Do not put oil in your filter if you compressor can run unloaded.
  4. Get a native to transport it. Border isn't...

    Get a native to transport it. Border isn't closed for them.
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    I built this because most tow behinds I've seen...

    I built this because most tow behinds I've seen have no reserve and all I have come across won't put out 180 psi. Also very little oil carryover. In fact these pumps are even used for offshore...
  6. I have sprayed a bit of Majic, NOT the...

    I have sprayed a bit of Majic, NOT the same.:ack2: Valspar makes Case,IH,New Holland paint last time I checked.
  7. I just drain my tank with by nudging a ball valve...

    I just drain my tank with by nudging a ball valve with my foot. Relative humidity makes a huge difference how much water comes out even in my heated/air conditioned shop. As for paint, Ford...
  8. Yes I did. In this subforum, it is titled Quincy...

    Yes I did. In this subforum, it is titled Quincy 5120. Sorry, I don't know how to link.
  9. Just a thought reading the above post. Would seem...

    Just a thought reading the above post. Would seem kind of nice if at least part or most of the man's lifetime work stayed together in one collection?
  10. Now folks, here's a man who appreciates QUALITY...

    Now folks, here's a man who appreciates QUALITY compressed air! No cheap chicom air for this boy!:D
  11. Told ya.:D Looks good! After a gentle "cleansing...

    Told ya.:D Looks good! After a gentle "cleansing with sand" I shot flat black stove/bbq paint on the intercooler as I have a lot on hand. Figured it would show less dirt that way.
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    How much "headroom" are you loosing with that...

    How much "headroom" are you loosing with that setup? What will be your max height over the table?
  13. Get your towers installed, do not plumb them. ...

    Get your towers installed, do not plumb them. Tape off the intercooler ports in the head and any other open orifices, sandblast and paint it NOW. It does not take but a night, and is way easier with...
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    It WILL get darker with use though. Bloodstains...

    It WILL get darker with use though. Bloodstains may even accelerate it.
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    [QUOTE=Halcohead;3747990]From the thumbnails that...

    [QUOTE=Halcohead;3747990]From the thumbnails that head looks identical to the Halco I had on my first mill ~15 years ago. I advise fabricating a cover (could be anything; wood, metal or even...
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    Way Cool! I wish someone can blow the pics up to...

    Way Cool! I wish someone can blow the pics up to a viewable size LOL. We should start a thread together "Calling all Halco owners." I know they ARE a pretty simple unit but there was changes over...
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    My Halco is a model Z and is a B&S 7. It...

    My Halco is a model Z and is a B&S 7. It wouldn't leave much meat at the end of the spindle if it was a 9! Would love to see a pic of yours!
  18. Way Cool. With that you don't need no newfangled...

    Way Cool. With that you don't need no newfangled VFD crap for your machine.:codger:
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    Quincy 5120

    Due to requests, here is a little info on my portable compressor. 319443319444 I had an OLD model Quincy model 350 powered by a THD Wisconsin that got cooked in a barn fire here in 2014, and the...
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    This is getting to be a lot of work just to make...

    This is getting to be a lot of work just to make a "tooslow" speed wood lathe. Considering how little dedicated used wood lathes bring on the market, be careful how much time and effort you sink...
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    I've salvaged antique engine crank journals that...

    I've salvaged antique engine crank journals that look much like your spindle by doing the following. Cut a piece of 400 grit wet or dry the width and circumference of the journal. Wrap it around...
  22. Baby steps man. As long as it is moving forward...

    Baby steps man. As long as it is moving forward albeit slow. I try to do something on a long term project everyday even if it is only a 5 minute job. Even searching for a specific part or fastener...
  23. The Gates belts from Mexico have been VERY good...

    The Gates belts from Mexico have been VERY good to me. Just retired a pair that were done running a 15kw generator from a Mercedes OM636 diesel after 4200 hours over 10 years. Now you want real...
  24. Uhhh, tablesaw? How are you going to keep it...

    Uhhh, tablesaw? How are you going to keep it from filling itself with saw dust? Table saws normally use sealed [tefc] motors.
  25. My apron on my 1903 Hendey was held on with...

    My apron on my 1903 Hendey was held on with regular 1/2" socket head cap screws. They fit perfectly. Some previous owner had changed them from the slotted screws [which fasten everything else]. ...
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