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    Daryl Bane's greatest hits volume 1: Micro...

    Daryl Bane's greatest hits volume 1:

    Micro gauging restore pt1
    Micro-gaging Dial resto Pt. 1

    Micro gauging pt 2:
    Micro-Gaging Dial resto. Pt.2

    Pimpin a little t/a, taper attachment gold:...
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    Daryl has many awesome threads, micro gauging...

    Daryl has many awesome threads, micro gauging dials, apron maybe ?, end game . . . I didn't want to appear like a Daryl fan boy (I am) :D
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    The qcgb with the lathe's main lead screw need to...

    The qcgb with the lathe's main lead screw need to be aligned. Once aligned it should turn quite a bit easier.

    Loosen, but keep snug the screws holding qcgb and lead screw end bearing. You want...
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    MichaelP's Series 60/61 qcgb removal (13" swing)...

    MichaelP's Series 60/61 qcgb removal (13" swing)
    Monarch Ser.60 Gearbox Removal Illustrated

    Daryl Bane's Monarch Tool Chest restore:
    Monarch Tool Cabinet resto
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    One suggestion I might have is to shorten the...

    One suggestion I might have is to shorten the sticky wall. Not remove the threads from sticky, but maybe create a folder that can hold multiple of those threads. The folder itself is the sticky, and...
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    Found a pic. You can see the nut, then a bolt...

    Found a pic. You can see the nut, then a bolt hole where it mounts in lower housing.

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    You can't tell from second pic, but the bushing is out, that's how nut is off the threads with...
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    The nut for compound rest is attached to lower...

    The nut for compound rest is attached to lower section of compound rest. Its a bit of a rube goldberg to get apart, because the end of the screw is real close to a back wall. So close to the wall,...
  8. Was out of town a couple of days, so didn't get...

    Was out of town a couple of days, so didn't get too far. Wanted to address another item on the qcgb before putting it up. An idler gear sits kind of in a pocket, which can collect trash, and did,...
  9. A bit of a different set up than you, But I'm...

    A bit of a different set up than you, But I'm wondering if you have a set screw like parts 5-6 in this pic:

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    Also an operators manual from 1956:

    Cincinnati Milling Machine Co....
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    We should all chip in to buy it. I have a little...

    We should all chip in to buy it. I have a little room at my place. You can all store it here and come to work on it when you're free.
  11. Cincinnati Toolmaster 1B is the only Toolmaster...

    Cincinnati Toolmaster 1B is the only Toolmaster with a collet spindle. Unless somebody pieced something together, or there's something I don't know.

    You might have a buggered thread or some...
  12. Again, thanks to MichaelP I knew what part...

    Again, thanks to MichaelP I knew what part numbers to buy. :D

    CR7512 and CR7513. They both have the same ID and OD. The difference is 7512 is a single lip seal, and the 7513 is a double lip seal....
  13. In thinking about it, decided to hang some big...

    In thinking about it, decided to hang some big pieces for prep and paint, instead of taping everything off.

    Figured I'd start with the qcgb. One trick though. I'm not 100% sure if I'll take that...
  14. Yea, that's pretty funny. The answer is...

    Yea, that's pretty funny. The answer is "noticeable drag", but not too much drag. Clearly defined for sure. :D

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    I'd might go just a hair past free wheeling, or easy turning, till I can...
  15. Any that require close inspection ! ;)

    Any that require close inspection ! ;)
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    Im not sure about a print, but outside of ebay,...

    Im not sure about a print, but outside of ebay, your best bet for parts is your Uncle Ted, PM forum member SBlatheman. You email him direct for parts, and gift him the money over paypal since he's...
  17. I usually err with caution on that sort of thing...

    I usually err with caution on that sort of thing myself. But I have seen for a called pre-load on such bearings, be it wheel bearings, trans etc. With the pre-load you're not just taking it to zero,...
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    Do you have 1 or 2 bolts for clamp that holds...

    Do you have 1 or 2 bolts for clamp that holds headstock to bed ?

    Unless there is a hole in the cast iron, the headstock should not drain empty.

    But I'm wondering if the bolt hole underneath...
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    The tool cabinet with collets and such is also a...

    The tool cabinet with collets and such is also a Monarch product. Not just a random tool box.

    Monarch Tool Cabinet resto
  20. I actually do quite a bit marine diesel work, and...

    I actually do quite a bit marine diesel work, and been in a bunch of shops and shipyards from Baltimore to New York. Couldn't think of any manufactures of marine engines around or south of Philly....
  21. Again, the headstock cover is a beast, and quite...

    Again, the headstock cover is a beast, and quite difficult for a single man to move around, let alone trying to lift and set gently on top of headstock. Besides being about a hundred pounds, its...
  22. After clearing several projects, I'm finally able...

    After clearing several projects, I'm finally able to get back to this machine. I started back on it a couple weeks ago. So far I've mostly been cleaning up and getting organized. Plus prepping to...
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    The cutters you have are known as HSS or high...

    The cutters you have are known as HSS or high speed steel, lathe tools. You grind them yourself to what shape or angle you need, and grind to sharpen the cutting edge. Best grinding wheel for that...
  24. The id of any of this type will shrink when...

    The id of any of this type will shrink when pressed in, even you make it yourself. There's different ways to solve the problem. Depends what tools or machines you got.

    Id prefer cutting bushing,...
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    As mentioned, you first need to know height from...

    As mentioned, you first need to know height from top of compound rest to center line of spindle.

    Now knowing that number, lets assume Aloris style qctp. They are sized axa, bxa, cxa etc. I think...
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