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    You may send a private message here, your post...

    You may send a private message here, your post mailing address and I will send to you, reading material. A copy of "Understand how components fail."
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    Design flaw in the hook retainer system. I...

    Design flaw in the hook retainer system. I haven't seen a close up of the stub shaft, but it appears to be threaded, which means that a nut or female threaded component was used. The nut recovery...
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    OK the T43410 Is the only option that I see. It...

    OK the T43410 Is the only option that I see. It is possible to use an complete, housing and internals for a later model, if you can verify bolt patterns are the same.
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    Is the gear removal from shaft? If not the part...

    Is the gear removal from shaft? If not the part number is T 43410 for 350 C models. The gear is removal on later serial numbered 350 series.
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    OK, do you have exact model number? is 350, 350...

    OK, do you have exact model number? is 350, 350 c. 350 D etc, serial number is needed. not a crawler loader, a bulldozer for sure?
    T24862 may be part number, need more info.
    T23707 may be part...
  6. Looks like it a three tool holder that mount on a...

    Looks like it a three tool holder that mount on a cross slide.
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    Like this?287288

    Like this?287288
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    If your have equipment and skills. Drill out the...

    If your have equipment and skills. Drill out the shaft from fan end, use bit that is 0.200 inches or so . make new shaft.
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    Tap it out with a foot punch, from the inside, ...

    Tap it out with a foot punch, from the inside, slowly and around the rim.
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    Use two bearing knives, each one mounted between...

    Use two bearing knives, each one mounted between the sleeve and collar. Push apart with two rams or threaded rod. Components probably going to fall every where, so have catch pan beneath assembly. ...
  11. 281566 I fabed up this one last year to remove a...

    281566
    I fabed up this one last year to remove a cap that refused to move when a 3 foot chain wrench and 12 foot pipe could not move it. Radial pin not face. an 8lb sledge hammer and 7 strikes...
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    Ok your title mentions " buying a new mill," No...

    Ok your title mentions " buying a new mill," No problem there, your dream, your money, your life, go for it. However, in the text you imply considering SELLING "the old girl!" What are you...
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    Socket head cap screws are not grade 8 bolts. ...

    Socket head cap screws are not grade 8 bolts. The head of a shcs is work hardened by the forming process and can be difficult to cut. If the cavity of the head is filled with epoxy, drill out the...
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    Torques values for cap screws are determined by...

    Torques values for cap screws are determined by the strength of the threaded hole the screw is engaging. Torques values for bolts are published in charts and available in most publicans furnished by...
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    278772L type chart attached.
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    I have one that I parted our to get the cabinet. ...

    I have one that I parted our to get the cabinet. I have no idea which spindle you are referring to by part number.
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    I have seen similar features on devices that...

    I have seen similar features on devices that require field assembly and disassembly with near absolute holding power with some amount of adjustment to position. Looks like you are doing good so far....
  18. Congrats on saving the lathe! I am sure you will...

    Congrats on saving the lathe! I am sure you will be able restore it. I was in Tubbercurry once and saw a 8N Ford tractore with a fabricated intake manifold.
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    3d3t The earth has gravity keeping the surface...

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    The earth has gravity keeping the surface in place. Note the space shuttle launches from as near equator as possible to leverage the centrifugal forces.
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    Terry You are good now, go for it.

    Terry
    You are good now, go for it.
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    You need professional assistance. Pillow block...

    You need professional assistance. Pillow block bearings? Shaft material and diameter. Unidirectional bending fatigue calculations at your projected cycles. 1/4 inch shatter shield. But its your...
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    If I had no other info, light press fit. Metal...

    If I had no other info, light press fit. Metal to metal dimensions if possible. I don't have time to research now.
  23. Thanks for your consideration and assessment,...

    Thanks for your consideration and assessment, however the item is neither tool or machine or technology. It is from a musical instrument, such as pipe organ or other wind instrument.
    So, "OT," ...
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    You need to start a new thread. Hendeyman...

    You need to start a new thread. Hendeyman probably never see your request tacked onto this one..
  25. Do you wear or have a leather belt? Does it have...

    Do you wear or have a leather belt? Does it have hopes evenly spaced? OMG! My Daddy was a cobbler.
    The second pictures shows the foot and the punch.
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