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    Thanks! Got new thrust bearings, Boston Gear via...

    Thanks! Got new thrust bearings, Boston Gear via MSC(??). Put them is for now knowing there will be flex. The block oil port was filled solid, so who knows how long they were dry. Those bushings also...
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    The taper attachment end of the crossslide screw...

    The taper attachment end of the crossslide screw is pretty torn up. The thrust bearings were as close to destroyed as you can get and still have some pieces. In the new nut the back lash is close...
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    Found the line in the Manual I was sent by...

    Found the line in the Manual I was sent by Monarch under Care of Apron: The apron is lubricated by a pump actuated by cams and furnishes an oil supply when threading, turning, the longitudinal or...
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    Managing Snipts of Information

    Mike, good to hear both status are getting better. Fatigue gets to me and times I look back at something I've written I just shake my head at myself.

    I've got two running Google documents. One on...
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    Retreating brain stall (old rotary wing pilot...

    Retreating brain stall (old rotary wing pilot joke). I had an extract, not the whole post by Cal below, in my notes. But after re-reading the whole post, I believe the bottom line is when the feed...
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    Thanks much! Square Dial I honestly...

    Thanks much!


    Square Dial



    I honestly didn't look, only that the part hitting the pump wasn't worn and the stroke looked good.
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    Apron Auto Lubrication

    Attempting to do a check of the lubrication system.
    I ensured the pump pumped, and the cam is working the pump.
    Ensured all the lines are rust free, and still firm in the bedding compound. ...
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    FYI for anyone who comes across this. The feed...

    FYI for anyone who comes across this. The feed rod clutch has three alignment points.

    1. The two alignment pins between the left and right shell half faces.

    2. The recess part of the dog...
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    For future readers. The half of the dog clutch in...

    For future readers. The half of the dog clutch in the right/shell half can,and will, rotate causing the two shell halfs to refuse to align during reassembly. The dog clutch in the left half is a...
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    FYI. Lead screw issue turned out to be the...

    FYI. Lead screw issue turned out to be the threading dial. The threading dial is held to the top of the apron with 4 SHCS securing two split collars. Remove the screws and the threading dial will...
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    Well my hat's off to you over that!...

    Well my hat's off to you over that! Maintainablity engineering seems to always take a back seat, thrown in the trunk, pitched on the side of the road, or never had a place at all. And like one could...
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    rke[pler, thanks!. I tried a different search...

    rke[pler, thanks!. I tried a different search term and found, duh,
    10EE Feed Rod Clutch Disassembly 1953 Square Dial MG 321834/

    Was just coming back to post an update. Those darn drawings. In my...
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    Amen. Grant, I don't have words to describe my...

    Amen. Grant, I don't have words to describe my respect for your talents and skills. The photos, descriptions, and the fact that you can touch type! I started to compile a set of notes to links, now...
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    OK, where were we? Resistors. Replaced. The...

    OK, where were we? Resistors. Replaced.

    The OEM are a thick ceramic surface wound and covered with an insulating compound. The studs are 1/4". The NOS from Surplus Sales of Nebraska are too...
  15. Thread: Cleaning rust

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    Yes. And because it's more organic than the...

    Yes. And because it's more organic than the petroleum it will go rancid requiring more "clean, lubricate and protect" product to keep the cycle going. Developed for bicycle chains, IMHO and other...
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    Dealing with "mess." Can't get it instantly, but...

    Dealing with "mess." Can't get it instantly, but I'm partial to old billboard vinyl. Arrived ~ 4 days after ordering. Strong & cheap, corners can be formed with hospital corner folds and held with...
  17. Thanks! Ron

    Thanks!

    Ron
  18. Pardon my ignorance, what's "oil eater"? ...

    Pardon my ignorance, what's "oil eater"?

    Thanks,

    Ron
  19. Thread: BB2V Draw Bar

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    LOL, you just happen to see it "after" it's been...

    LOL, you just happen to see it "after" it's been cleaned.
  20. Thread: BB2V Draw Bar

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    "mine" argggg.

    "mine" argggg.
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    The threads on mine are 11/16" I have a very flat...

    The threads on mine are 11/16" I have a very flat oil impregnated fiber washer. And mind doesn't have any through holes in the handle.
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    Bad Resistors

    Three (3) bad resisters. All three appear to be factory, and all are 1600 ohm
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    Someone had wired in another resistor parallel to the middle resistor. Can't make out the value, tested at .491...
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    Jim, I missed this, sorry. I had to start packing...

    Jim, I missed this, sorry. I had to start packing up for a move. I need to dig out the box.
  25. This was troubleshooting guide research, not a...

    This was troubleshooting guide research, not a known issue on my 10EE. The forum application changes I've been aware of from other searches over the years. Didn't think to try by user name. I used...
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