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    Thanks guys. The family and I appreciate your...

    Thanks guys. The family and I appreciate your thoughts.
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    Need some help pricing a brake and shear

    I'm helping a family sell some tools their father had and need a ball park number for value.
    Not looking for the pie in the sky, wring every penny out of it, but not looking to give it away either....
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    This pin is .625".

    This pin is .625".
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    The angle is about 117 degrees. Thickness of the...

    The angle is about 117 degrees. Thickness of the weight is 1.020". Thickness where pin goes through is 1.725". Handle OD is .755".
    The pin OD is .625. Your picture is very small and tough to see,...
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    Thanks bos... looks like I will need to make one...

    Thanks bos... looks like I will need to make one too.
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    I bought an old Dake 1 3/4 at a yard sale years...

    I bought an old Dake 1 3/4 at a yard sale years ago. It's pretty early.
    The pinion gear is stripped.
    Let me know if you think it will work for your meausurements.
    I don't think I have the pawl.
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    Thanks Dan. What I didn't post there was, after...

    Thanks Dan.
    What I didn't post there was, after a few months, I took the collection to one of the foremost sellers of WWII militaria, Bill Shea of The Ruptured Duck, and had it appraised. That gave...
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    Fakery, fraud, and reproductions are a huge...

    Fakery, fraud, and reproductions are a huge problem in German militaria collecting. Especially collecting anything SS.
    My Dad brought back quite a few items that I started really looking at a few...
  9. Buck Ajust-Tru Chuck....How to Mount and Operate - Nov. 1979

    Hope this helps someone.


    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=286965&d=1588337253

    ...
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    Here are a couple pictures of my Grandfathers. ...

    Here are a couple pictures of my Grandfathers.
    My paternal GF is on the Flying Merkel.
    There were 4 Ward brothers and they all had motorcycles.
    The group picture is three of the brothers going...
  11. Thread: Pratt&Whitney

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    johnoder, is post #22 in this thread your first...

    johnoder, is post #22 in this thread your first post ever?
    just wonder'n
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    I know a guy who works at Bath Iron Works, Bath...

    I know a guy who works at Bath Iron Works, Bath Maine and that is his job. I forget what he's called but they straighten warped metal walls, door frames, floors, etc. after the welders are through....
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    I've posted this before but I love the 7" riser I...

    I've posted this before but I love the 7" riser I put on my B-port. I'm taller than average and it makes seeing the work easier. No problem getting to the draw bar nut. It also moved the knee up to a...
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    I'm with taking it apart. Just make sure if you...

    I'm with taking it apart. Just make sure if you take the headstock off that you really clean the mating surfaces well before putting it back on.
  15. Looks like some Brooklyn hipster's espresso...

    Looks like some Brooklyn hipster's espresso machine.
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    WTB Linley Tooling

    This is a long shot but maybe someone has this tooling kick’in around and they didn’t know what it fit. I’m looking for 2 collets, 1/8” and 5/32”. I think they are Schaublin Type ESX. I’d also like...
  17. I just looked at my 1939 vintage V-16 and it has...

    I just looked at my 1939 vintage V-16 and it has tires on a crowned wheel. I also have a small woodworking bandsaw that has been converted to slow speed to cut metal. The thing about that saw is the...
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    Here's the whole shaper in Maine. It's missing...

    Here's the whole shaper in Maine. It's missing its cone pulley. $450

    Ad text:
    Boyton and Plummer metal shaper from the late 1800's. This machine is in good working order. It has a 9 inch wide by...
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    I bought a 2009 Ford F-250 in the fall of 18'...

    I bought a 2009 Ford F-250 in the fall of 18' that only had 13,600 miles on it. An older gent just plowed snow with it. There was no place to tie down heavy loads on this truck so I bought an old...
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    Hmmmm----I wonder if that Sunbeam comes in a 4...

    Hmmmm----I wonder if that Sunbeam comes in a 4 slice?
    Is it wide enough for the occasional bagel?
    There's a lot to think about before purchasing.

    JW, who eats toast every morning.
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    Thanks for your input WPVT. I'm not sure yet...

    Thanks for your input WPVT. I'm not sure yet about the Weinig. If we don't go with the dealer in my link I'll definitely let you know.
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    Well a few months have gone by now. The owner is...

    Well a few months have gone by now. The owner is thinking about going with a machinery reseller.
    Does anyone have any thoughts about Machinery Associates in Hudson New Hampshire?
    Again thanks much....
  23. " Bet you NEVER saw a Starrett micrometer like...

    " Bet you NEVER saw a Starrett micrometer like this! "

    Liz G, with the greatest respect I submit that's a pretty bold statement to make on this forum. ;)
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    A few more images.

    A few more images.
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    Variable-V-Planetary Speed Selector

    One way to slow down a woodworking bandsaw for metal is with this clever arrangement.
    It came on a small bandsaw I purchased.
    Text is from a publication called "Rubber Age" dated 1946.

    "The...
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