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    Way easier just to link to them than post. ...

    Way easier just to link to them than post.

    Dropbox - SB Tailstock - Simplify your life
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    On the 9" workshop series it's 1/2" 10 LH. The...

    On the 9" workshop series it's 1/2" 10 LH. The 13" I know uses a 5/8 acme thread
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    Honestly laziness. That larger diameter is 3/4"...

    Honestly laziness. That larger diameter is 3/4" while the rest is 1/2" and under. Didn't want to have to take all that off. Plus I was trying to make the measurements applicable across all lathes....
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    Nothing is going to be 100% the same wiring in...

    Nothing is going to be 100% the same wiring in the sense that the wires are in exactly the same place but most drives will pretty much have the same basic setup. Check out the Lenze drives. I have...
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    9" Tailstock Extension Mod

    A long time ago there were a couple threads about a guy who worked out a plan to extend the tailstock quill of a 10" lathe, but no longer does it. He made the whole new quill from scratch. He then...
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    Yup I did the same for the time being until I...

    Yup I did the same for the time being until I make a new one.
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    Small spindle 13" collet closer.

    Ok so I have a small spindle 13(1 7/8 thread). These lathes use 2a collets. I managed to find and purchase a lever collet closer, spindle protector, spindle adaptor, and a fairly large selection of...
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    First video. Mostly set up of what's going on...

    First video. Mostly set up of what's going on and why and some machining. Check time stamps in description for sections.

    Southbend 13" Large Dial Upgrade: Bushing Part 1 - YouTube
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    I have an original dial I'm using so there will...

    I have an original dial I'm using so there will be no making that. It can be done relatively easily with some patience and an index or rotary table. Hardest part would be making a jig so the...
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    !3" Southbend Large Dial Conversion

    Well Started the process of converting the crosslide from the stock small dials to large dials. since the feed screw needs to be modified anyway I resized the handle side shaft to be 1/2" instead of...
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    Thank you both. There will definitely be a...

    Thank you both. There will definitely be a series on making this.modification.
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    Sorry Fixed

    Sorry Fixed
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    13" large dial measurements.

    I'm currently in the process of convert my small dial 13 to large dial. I have the actual graduated dial, but I need to know the dimensions of the bushing. I realize this will likely require me to...
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    Thanks that's what I figured I just wanted to...

    Thanks that's what I figured I just wanted to make sure I wasn't straightening something that shouldn't be. Done that before.
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    13" star knob clutch question

    So I'm in the process of refurbing a 1941 13" single tumbler. I got the clutch removed, but I was wondering about the piece attached to it. So I have the rebuild book and they call it an oil...
  16. Check in front of the bull gear between the flat...

    Check in front of the bull gear between the flat face of the bull gear and the back of the front headstock bearing. If you have a large gap there your bull gear can move foreward. Stick a feeler...
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    SB Drill Press Quill Handle Modification

    So I made a 4 spoked quill handle for my drill press because the regular one was annoying me sometimes. This was an accessory that was available from southbend although I've never actually seen a...
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    Not a problem :-) I enjoy the stories and info. ...

    Not a problem :-) I enjoy the stories and info. My understanding is that the South Dakotas were built short and fat to comply with the naval treatise of the time. They compromised the length and...
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    Naval Shipboard Machine Shop

    Here in Mass we have a place called Battleship Cove (Battleship Cove: Fall River, Ma: Naval & Maritime Museum ) down in Fall River. I took a trip there this weekend to check it out again because I...
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    They usually only will label the wires that are moved when wiring for different voltages on motors that use a terminal board. For "simplicity" I guess. There is probably a permanent wire on that...
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    Is the switch diagram still intact on the inside of the switch cover or could you post make and model of the switch? If you know what wires from the motor went to what terminal on the switch and...
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    Not trying to be an ass here but these things are...

    Not trying to be an ass here but these things are marketed as the cats meow of belts and should be the only one you use. They're simply not in my experience and they are marketed for high torque...
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    Just a little review here. I have a PhaseII and...

    Just a little review here. I have a PhaseII and love it. I needed a few more holders so I bought 3 from CDCO with @ $10 a piece I paid $16 shipping. Figured with a Phase II branded holder going...
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    Personally I hate them. I carry them on my...

    Personally I hate them. I carry them on my service truck as an emergency belt incase I don't have the correct one for rooftop units and exhaust fans. I always make it a point to go back and replace...
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    It technically is possible, but all your...

    It technically is possible, but all your components were scraped to fit their respective beds at the factory. While everything will fit on there, it may not be in line and require some scraping and...
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