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    Not a great scan and somewhat later - but the...

    Not a great scan and somewhat later - but the extent on VM

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2103/5673.pdf
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    A smart thing to do as a prelude is to have oil...

    A smart thing to do as a prelude is to have oil lines off AT SPINDLE BEARINGS and run slow with cover off and see if the Bijur metering units still flow oil - they often turn out to be PLUGGED

    (if...
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    Useful fact - Pacemakers got hard ways mostly...

    Useful fact - Pacemakers got hard ways mostly AFTER WW2, Monarch before

    Yes, there is at least one PM on the forum that is early forties AND hard ways - but ALL the early forties Monarchs are
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    Maybe my "remembering" is not so hot - I think...

    Maybe my "remembering" is not so hot - I think the table on mine was but 24" wide, and the machine just doesn't look like it is six tables long

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    I had one, long gone. Probably nearer to 10 or...

    I had one, long gone. Probably nearer to 10 or 11 feet. Be prepared for some serious weight.

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    You are referencing a post over 14 years back -...

    You are referencing a post over 14 years back - I'll pass on your request

    YOU can message anyone you like - simply by clicking on their user name (upper left corner) and following through with...
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    Tidbit of info If you are stuck with one of...

    Tidbit of info

    If you are stuck with one of these marvels that came with a vary speed unit - now lost - one of the big POWERSTATS does a fine job of varying the speed.

    Such as shown in this...
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    Looks like they were spending more time on the...

    Looks like they were spending more time on the "works" and not enough time on the "looks" - besides they were still mostly cone head folks where those legs did not look quite as silly
  9. Had a '68 for awhile then gave it away - which is...

    Had a '68 for awhile then gave it away - which is a fairly expeditious way to make them go away
  10. Yes, one can do wonders if they have the time and...

    Yes, one can do wonders if they have the time and inclination

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/antique-machinery-and-history/castings-look-good-255315/?highlight=castings

    have fun
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    Similar to this 19" - but they made multiple...

    Similar to this 19" - but they made multiple versions of the gear head, even in the early teens / preteens

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  12. Applies to all one off castings simply due to the...

    Applies to all one off castings simply due to the large labor component - don't forget the Patternmaker will want to be paid also

    ONLY practical approach is block of metal (think heavy steel...
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    Might be something useful here ...

    Might be something useful here

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2097/15242.pdf

    good luck
  14. Parts book scan can be emailed f the buyer likes...

    Parts book scan can be emailed f the buyer likes - though this may be on VM

    (and it might already be included as part of that manual):D
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    I'd guess NONE of them unless like 20" swing 1955...

    I'd guess NONE of them unless like 20" swing 1955 20" Heavy Duty Pacemaker at 2.500 thru hole. This will be a 9000 Lb 30 HP go getter with 22.5" actual swing - or maybe same vintage 20" Sidney -...
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    If you are stuck on 50-60 year old L&S you just...

    If you are stuck on 50-60 year old L&S you just need the "large frame" machines - whatever they are named. Even my 103 year old 24 / 27 1/2" has 2 1/8 hole
  17. 5 is keyed to 6. They don't number the key, but...

    5 is keyed to 6. They don't number the key, but you can see it on the left - partially as long as the shaft

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  18. Sort of like so but older. This Le Blond is not...

    Sort of like so but older. This Le Blond is not a lot younger than 1911. This (and the one above) are the "regular", not Heavy Duty Le Blonds

    Its not like it was "saved" - its just stuck in long...
  19. Maybe as simple as distorted / bent teeth on...

    Maybe as simple as distorted / bent teeth on pinion

    Never know with all the years it has piled up - maybe a PO made a new shaft and left it soft
  20. Out disengages hand wheel 293697 Item 6 is...

    Out disengages hand wheel

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    Item 6 is the pinion shaft - has double row ball bearing adjacent pinion - could be it is destroyed by overloading

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    Thank you Paul

    Thank you Paul
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    Thanks John - if you have a link can you post it?

    Thanks John - if you have a link can you post it?
  23. 16 cone head is a larger (including the bed)...

    16 cone head is a larger (including the bed) machine than the late thirties 12 X 30
  24. Looks like three socket head cap screw removed...

    Looks like three socket head cap screw removed would make it possible to pull the carriage hand wheel assy out

    Question...are you trying to turn that wheel with the feed lever for long feed...
  25. Checking the two cross feed screw gears with the...

    Checking the two cross feed screw gears with the three wire system to see if they are alike would provide some useful info
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